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Silver Kodiak X2 Dc Air Rifle W/3-9X32

by Beeman
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Silver Kodiak X2 Dc Air Rifle W/3-9X32 + Crosman LPH .22 Caliber Hollow Point Pellets, 500-Pack + Crosman Pellgunoil® Air Gun Lubricating Oil (1/4 ounces)
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Product Description

Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 Dual Caliber Combo Gives you the right caliber for all the pests and paper you hunt... 3-9x32 Scope too! Two pellets with one Rifle! Shoot up targets at the range, then hunt the gamut of varmints with this handy Dual Caliber Conversion Rifle. The Rifle uses a system of 2 interchangeable barrels, .177 and .22 cal., allowing you to switch back and forth based on your needs. This Combo also includes a quality 3-9x32mm Scope for pinpoint accuracy! Here's the dead-on details: Break-barrel, spring-piston powered (no CO2 cartridges to buy EVER); Velocity: 1,000 F.P.S. (.177 cal.) and 800 F.P.S. (.22 cal.); Removable, interchangeable barrels with satin nickel finish; Ported muzzle brake; All-weather synthetic stock; RS2, 2-stage, adjustable trigger; Includes precision 3-9x32mm scope with 1/4" M.O.A. 47" long, weighs 10 lbs. Get on target. Order Today! WARNING: You must be 18 or older to purchase Air Guns. Air Guns cannot be shipped to CA; DE; IL; MI; New York City; NJ; D.C.; MA; Canada or Puerto Rico. Air Guns cannot be shipped Parcel Post. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering Air Guns. Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 Dual Caliber Air Rifle Combo with 3-9x32mm Scope

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 49.5 x 7 x 3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: This item ships only within the U.S. excluding certain locales such as NJ and DC.
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  • ASIN: B00DM8078W
  • Item model number: 1077
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,856 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Pollington on September 9, 2013
I use this gun for hunting bunnies. This scope actually picks up some light in the failing light so that you can see targets better than with the naked eye. The power with the beeman's has always been awesome too. Pellets go through bunnies, no problem. The gun has a nice hunters look to it and the kids cant use it when I'm not around because its too heavy for them to charge the air piston. This gun will sound exactly like a .22 if you use non lead pellets instead of the standard lead pellets. It can reach over 1200 ft/sec if you use the high grade pellets. My dog has been very happy ever since I started feeding him rabbit meat, and he's healthier too.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Derek on September 26, 2013
I purchased this about a week ago at Walmart. It was a very hard decision because of all the pellet riffles out there. I do not hunt unless I need to take out a pest...snake, spiders(very fun to shoot because they are little bulls-eyes(I live in the woods so I have plenty)..pen point accuracy) or whatever. I use it mostly for target shooting and man this thing rocks. I love it. It quickly replaced all my other rifles and is powerful without the noise. Depending on ammo that is. I switch between the .22 and .177 which obviously you will have to adjust the scope. Different fps will cause you not to hit the same place at 50 yards. This thing is accurate. I can put 5 of 5 shots in the target about a milimeter apart if not on top of the other shot. I cant say what it will do to the game your shooting at but as the other reviewer wrote, it took care of his. I shoot through a plank of half inch wood and it went in cleanly and blew the back out nastily. Shot a bowling pin and it sent the pellet back at me with some serious force so I would not recommend that. Either which way this gun is awesome. Looks and feels like a real riffle. Bit heavy. my woman doesn't care to shoot it to much. the scope I got with it was a 4x32 beeman which is a good scope. once I sighted it in I am on. Good buy. Bought mine at Walmart in store for $97 or so.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By James Martin on April 10, 2014
My friend in Fl. bought one one before I did. The reason that I also bought one was because he convinced me that it came with a good scope and with either the 177 or the 22 cal. barrel, they were dead on. When I got mine, I mounted the scope. I took it out back and started sighting it in using a thick phone book for a target with a black magic marker bullseye that I drew on it. The first shot sounded almost as loud as a 22 long rifle. I was shocked because I have three other all gas piston rifles that never sounded like it. After three shots it wasn't nearly as loud. Once I got the 177 barrel sighted in I had put the last 4 shots within the quarter size bullseye. I was happy with that. I then put the 22 barrel on and adjusted the same. Out of the last four shots, the first almost hit the bull dead center. The 2nd hit the same hole. The 3rd &4th were touching one another just below the center of the bullseye. I was amazed at how much better this gun out preformed all of my other more expensive guns. I then decide that seeing how good it was shooting the bullseye, that I would try plinking my spinner target. I shot at the 1st 2/12" spinner and missed. Then again and again. I was so pissed that I put the gun away. The next day I tried my Crosman Premier Hollow points that I am happy with for my other guns. But I also could not get them to hit any where close. I new then that it had to be something else. I took the two Allan head wrenches that came with the gun and found out that the set screw for the barrel had come loose. I also then checked the scope screws and found all of them loose. I then used Permatex threadlocker. Let it dry for 24 hrs. Now the gun is dead on consistently. Great gun!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Matt Furman on May 27, 2014
I own many firearms but due to noise and gun laws I needed something silent and powerful to help with the ground squirrel problem. I purchased this air rifle brand new and I couldn't of been happier with the performance. I followed all maintenance instructions as well as loading instructions. Over a period of two weeks the grouping of the pellets at close range was hideous! I couldn't figure out for the life of me what the hell was wrong. I had it on a stable table with a gun rest and in the same position every time. I used a high quality laser bore sighter and my scope was dead on. I finally took a look at both barrels and lined them up parallel to one another and I couldn't believe it the .177 barrel was bent upward! I always handled it properly and never slammed the brake barrel down or up. I couldn't believe it! So I was stuck with the .22 barrel now. NO JOKE less than 2 weeks later. The same thing happened to it. I tried to contact the company about it and they said that's the only thing we won't cover on our warranty. I was shocked as they said yea it's due to rough use and user it at fault. THEY SAID IT IN THE INSTRUCTIONS that the barrel will warp if not cocked properly. Its so cheap! I would never buy this gun again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Greentre on May 20, 2014
I bought this locally to replace my old chinese spring pellet rifle. I read a lot of reviews and then borrowed a friend of mines Beeman RS2 which has the wood stock. Both rifles will put a pellet into a 1/2" bulls-eye at 20 yards once you find the right weight pellet. Both of ours like 7-7.5 grain pellets in .177; haven't checked to see what .22 weights will be the most accurate.

I said this is not for kids for a couple of reasons; it is VERY hard to cock and the power with which the pellets are fired equals a regular small caliber firearm. It also is not for residential neighborhoods, the pellets break the sound barrier and sound like a 22 long rifle firing.

Other features I like are the smooth trigger action, the scope, the safety location and the safety being automatically on when cocking the rifle. For the Silver Kodiak being in nickel finish with a synthetic stock cuts down on problems from rust and warping being near the ocean or other large bodies of water.

You do need to clean the rifle well to keep it from dieseling the first few pellets. Also, as others have stated the screws need to be lock-tighted and tightened, especially the barrel set screw. Remember to hold the barrel when loading because if it snaps shut it could injure you or someone else, or bend the barrel. If the barrel gets bent this way Beeman WILL NOT repair or replace it under warranty. Do not use PellGun oil for this rifle use a good silicone lubricant specifically formulated for high power springers and gas strut guns.

And as always "Treat EVERY gun as if it were loaded and keep the barrel pointed in a safe direction at all times."
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