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Beeman Dual Caliber Air Rifle Combo 1072

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The Beeman air rifle combo has .177 and .22 caliber barrels that can be interchanged, giving you more flexibility. Weighing only 10 pounds, this dual caliber rifle can be carried with ease. This product also comes with a 4 X 32 millimeter scope, adding more to the things you can do with it.
Specifications and Features:
2 interchangeable barrels
.177 & .22 caliber barrels
850 fps .22 caliber
1000 fps .177 caliber
45.5 inches overall length
4x32 millimeter scope included
10 pounds.

Item#: 48252
Total number of Reviews: 6

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3.0 5
"This gun seems to be a very nice gun, and is well built and shows of having quality. It is very solid, has good power and is a quite handsome and well built. However, the trigger pull is very very heavy! I find it impossible to shoot with accuracy with that much trigger pull. It is the heaviest trigger I have ever had to work with. If a person can stay on target pulling that much on the trigger, began shoots quite accurately. I myself have arthritis, and tend to pull off each time I squeezed the trigger, with so heavy a pull. The gun has a very nice stock, and the barrels interchange with ease. If only they had given it a lighter trigger pull it would be the perfect pellet rifle. I'm sure the trigger assembly could be customized somewhat, but the cost would be probably more than that of buying a gun that already had an adjustable setting for the trigger. Otherwise, I love the rifle."
4.0 5
"This is a nice gun. The stock is really nice and the barrels change easily. The gun has good power with both .117 and .22. Has plenty of power with the .22 to take small game easily. The scope is good and is accurate but has to be readjusted when the barrels are changed. The aim is much different with the .117 than it is with the .22. Because of this I probably wont switch barrels very frequently. The trigger pull is somewhat stiff but may loosen up with time. The gun did tend to diesel some (pop like a .22 rimfire) and this caused the first few shots to be wild but that calmed down after the factor lube burned off with a few shots. The change in the aim between barrels is the only negative and the only reason it didn't get a 5 bullet rating from me. All in all this gun is well worth the price at Cheaper than Dirt!"
2.0 5
"Poorly designed, poorly made. First: The front site has no protective covering as do almost all other air rifles. The delicate front site broke with the slightest of a bump. Beeman said \"that is the way it comes from China\" and refused to send a front site protector. Second and worst: on the fifth day of use, about 125 to 150 shots total, the whole cocking arm disconnected and slid down into the stock cracking it. Beeman claims this is their \"less expensive line designed to introduce people into 'air rifling'\" Well if that is their strategy with this line of gun we will not see any increase in 'air riflers' soon."
4.0 5
"I have owned many guns and this one took me. I'm impressed with its power and looks. for a cheaper gun this is one great gun. the knock down power of the .22 cal is amazing to say the least. I don't know alot about beeman guns and am a fan of bigger names. but tis gun will get the job done."
4.0 5
"i bought this gun so i could combat some wild cats,(i thought my ar-15 to be a bit much),as well as target a-bit. i really like how i am able to have two guns in one!and the .22 version really knocks the lights out on unrully pests. but it seems like beeman could have lightened up on the trigger-pull some!!!as nice as it shoots it takes away from it by an absurd pull.it takes every bit of skill and willpower to hold the gun on target thru the pull or you will be off by a country mile.if beeman would correct this problem they would have a winner in my opinion...ynot"
3.0 5
"This was my first air rifle, and I like it. Dieseling threw me off at first since I didn't know about it when I started shooting. I've had two issues with it:1) I started with the .22 barrel, and the integral sights are just crap. They aren't iron sights, they're plastic, and the plastic gears stripped the first time I tried to adjust the rear. Since I am using it to hunt squirrels and rabbits, I use the (perfectly adequate) scope that it comes with. This leads to the second issue I had...2) The scope mounts weren't assembled properly. The right parts were there, but the gripping parts were put on upside down. Since I know how to use scope mounts, I saw this and corrected it without a problem. A lot of people who think the scope is useless may not know this, though.If the iron sights were, well, iron and actually held up I'd give this 4 stars."