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Beeman RS1 Dual-Caliber Air Rifle Combo air rifle

by Beeman
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List Price: $234.00
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  • caliber: 0.177
  • velocity: 1000.00 ft/sec
  • Warranty: One year limited warranty
  • .177 & .22 barrels, scope, rings & case
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Beeman RS1 Dual-Caliber Air Rifle Combo air rifle + Beeman Silver Bear Hi-impact .22 Cal, 12.65 Grains, Hollowpoint, 200ct. pellets. + Beeman Crow-Magnum .177 Cal, 8.80 Grains, Hollowpoint, 300ct
Price for all three: $179.63

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Product Description

Like getting 2 rifles for the price of one! Includes .177 caliber and .22 caliber barrels. Each Beeman RS1 has a red fiber optic front sight and green fiber optic rear (fully adjustable). The Beeman 4x32 scope will help get the most accuracy possible from the gun. Everything fits neatly inside the included soft carrying case. Velcro tie-down straps secure the barrels, gun, scope & rings to stop things from shifting during transport. Max velocity in .177 is 1000 fps, and in .22 it's 830 fps. You could use this rifle for plinking, small game hunting, shooting cans and just plain fun! When you change barrels, you MUST sight-in the gun again! It will not shoot to the same aimpoint, even if you sighted-in the barrel when swapping it previously. Every barrel switch requires a new sight-in session.... Don't forget to pick up a variety of recommended pellets, which are listed in the AMMO link. Select appropriate accessories, including scopes and targets, by clicking on the ACCESSORIES link.... Dual-caliber rifle includes .177 & .22 cal barrels, 4x32 scope, rings & soft case...

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 8 x 3.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0010DV5Q4
  • Item model number: 1072
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,215 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I was using crossman pellets and the accuracy was only okay.
Keyman
Accuracy: Overall, I'm very happy with the accuracy on this gun.
Lemon
I shot a can with a 1" group easily from about 50 feet away.
avidshooter7

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Keyman on March 8, 2011
Bought this at Walmart for 98.00 dollars. I was using crossman pellets and the accuracy was only okay. Bought the Beeman Crow-magnum pellets and this rifle will shoot nickles a 30 plus feet easily. I bought it for squirrel control as they were tearing up our back porch, taken out 3 with 3 shots. One at 60ft dead center hit. The accuracy really improved to fantastic when I used loc-tite blue on the stock and scope screws as the manual says to do. This rifle is Highly recommended. A fantastic and super accurate pellet rifle. Be sure to use beeman pellets or some other high quality pellets as crossman or daisy do not do this rifle justice at all.
Update: 4/19/11 - 16+ squirrels later this rifle was one of the best purchases I ever made. The accuracy is amazing.
Last update 6/11/11 - I stopped counting after 25 squirrels but I'm pretty sure I've gotten rid of at least 40 squirrels. One of the best purchases ever. No more squirrels in my back porch. Worth every penny and then some.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By James Morgan on December 28, 2009
.22 and .177 cal barrels are very easy to remove and replace. Shoots 3/4 in groups at 30 ft or more. .22 cal shoots thru 3/4in thick wood at about 30 feet. Tried a daisy powerline and found the beeman to be harder to cock but quieter and better shooting.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By MSGT USMC on November 1, 2012
I initially made the same mistake as some....I purchased the rifle, attempted to hold rock solid during firing...and like most, I was unable to get this rifle to group. I actually put it away for quite a few months, then did some searching online. Spring powered rifles are a WHOLE DIFFERENT animal. Each can be very different, each may need a different degree of "tuning" and may only like one particular type or weight of pellet. The more information I found, the more things I tried. After a dis-assembly,cleaning, honing of cylinder, de-burring of sharp edges, a little spring tar and some moly lube, I have one heck of rifle. I also have polished the bore and re-crowned the muzzle, as well as replaced the breech seal.

There is a fine art of firing these rifles...google the "artillery hold". Even good marksman may have trouble getting these rifles to group, but once you can fire a springer accurately, you can fire a center fire rifle with even better accuracy than before.

Recommend the .22 caliber barrel-more FPE and better grouping down range. My rifle prefers the RWS superdomes.

-good shooting!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By avidshooter7 on May 15, 2011
When I first got this gun it felt great and looked great too. It took a while to sight it in, and the gun was not shooting consistently. At first I thought it was the pellets or a bad scope, but they went about 5 feet off target, up down left or right. A quick fix I realized was the allen bolt under the barrel was not tightened all the way, letting the barrel wobble just a small amount. Just tighten the bolt as far as it will go (for me it was another quarter turn) and then spend a few minutes sighting it in again. The gun should be one of the most accurate you've ever owned, especially with the beeman magnum pellets. I shot a can with a 1" group easily from about 50 feet away. Definitely enough power for a varmint gun (squirrels mostly). Great gun overall.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cricket on March 29, 2012
I spent four evenings trying to sight in this gun. This gun is so inaccurate. It shot low and to the right for me.At 15 feet you would think you could hit something, not with this rifle. What sucks is it realy feels good in your hands. I tryed to give it a chance.Seem to be a solid rifle. Up date : Ok, here's the deal..I returned this air gun and got a new one. Pick up RWS precision plinking ammo and Gamo Match Extreme Accuracy ammo. Precision pellets make all the difference in this rifle. Do not use Crossman ammo, it is not accurate. This rifle is made in China. Not sure if I picked up a bad one or not. I did do a couple of different things before I shot it. 1.I cleaned the barale with a gun pach and rubing alcohol. 2. Used blue lock seal on all the hard wear. Let it dry. 3. Use good ammo. Let the gun break in before mounting the scope. Hope this works for those of you having accuracy problems. Have fun.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lemon on December 18, 2012
I got this gun two years ago at walmart for like 100 bucks. As a $100 gun, I was expecting ok accuracy, ok power, and ok overall satisfaction. Boy was I wrong. Out of the two years I've had this gun, I've never had any reason to give it less than a five star review. Here's what I love about it.

-Price:
First off, this gun is 150 bucks online or like $115 at Walmart (don't know why theres such a different price range). It's an affordable gun and it has performs, in my opinion, as well as some of your higher quality guns.

-Accuracy:
Overall, I'm very happy with the accuracy on this gun. The whole time I've had it, I've used the cheap factory 4x32 scope that came withit. The scope is cheap, but is actually very accurate. Every hundred shots or so, the scope has to be rezeroed for great accuracy. I've simply used $10 crossman hollow point pellets that they sell at walmart. With the gun sighted in well, I can get inch and a half gorups all day at 30 yds. Recently, I bought some of the little toy army guys (about an inch tall) and could hit them every time at 15 yds. The farthest shots I've ever made were at pop cans at 80 yards. Despite the long distance, the cans usually roll about 75% time.

-Power:
This gun is extremely powerful. I can't really say much about the .177, other than the few birds I've shot with it, but the .22 drops em' everytime. I use this gun mainly for squirrel hunting, and I have to say, it kills the suirrels very humanely. I usually aim right behind the front sholder, and there always dead in a matter of seconds. I've killed numerous squirrels and probably about 75 black birds with this gun, and each one has been taken out very humanely.

Over all, it's a great gun.
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