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Written on: by Adrian_C (1 review written)
I've had my beeman for about 9 months, I love the weight to it, the look, and power. The trigger bugged me at first but it was an easy fix. Wether you want to shoot birds or rodents this thing does the job. I'm using the .177, barrel mostly because I like the distance it'll go, I would recommend the beeman rs2 sportsman series to anyone looking to have some fun!… Read Full Review
Written on: by www.www (1 review written)
I have owned the beeman Rs2 for 2 years now and have shot more than 10 tins of pellets through it. first day I got it i put 500 rounds through it in a couple hours. I especially liked the trigger. although i am used to the 2 stage adjustable trigger i must say it has a very clean pull and crisp break that i can count on. the location i bought the gun also provided me with a 3-9x40 scope. with the scope on i am the deadliest thing out in the brush. I have done testing on the gun and have gotten… Read Full Review
Written on: by Chart77 (1 review written)
Excellent gun, it taught me a lot about springer rifles. You must make sure all three stock bolts are tight (two are behind the plastic caps on the foregrip - they are easy to remove). Make sure the scope is securely fastened and check all (including barrel attachment screw) screws occasionally. Lighten the trigger pull by adjusting according to the manual, this is a must for accuracy. Mine is near the light force limit and it is absolutely perfect for ny needs. Learn the "artillery hold" by… Read Full Review
Written on: by larryjs1951 (1 review written)
OK I have read the reviews and know i have to get a new scope and yes the .22 is the best (man it packs a whallop) shot a hole through a metal support on a chair OPPs. Question is where are the darn screws to lock tight on the thing? and what is that small plate on the back of the breach near where the scope mounts? help tell me where to find the screws to lock tight. e-mail me if someone knows at firstname.lastname@example.org. Diagram would help along with where are the trigger ajustments. darn… Read Full Review
Written on: by cajunhoss87 (1 review written)
Ok I Bought this gun about a year and half ago and I was like this thing sucks! But then I read up on it and I learned that if you take all the screws on this gun and apply Locktite Blue, this thing is a beast! I was all over the place shooting Daisies in .177 before but after I changed to .22cal barrel and Locktited EVERYTHING I was getting pretty good groups. The next thing I learned ( b/c I was brand new to springers) was that I was holding the gun too tight and needed to used what is called… Read Full Review
Written on: by BERNARD BARNHILL (1 review written)
this is the seconed time ive owned this gun.it shoots real nice.you may need to get a new scope.they have some desent scopes at wal mart.nice gun get one if you get the chance.gamo is the way to go.but this will do the job.also i perfer the 22 barrel.have fun and be safe whatever you choose… Read Full Review
this rifle was neatly packaged in the box it has a nice feel to it i love the adjustable trigger and there are no major problems with this rifle considering the price just take the screw covers out and remove all the screws and dab a litttle bit of gorrilla glue on them and reinstall the screws tightly and let it dry overnight use some kind of thread lock for the scope screws and i have to agree with the other person to redo the crown would help with the accuracy even though i myself have not… Read Full Review
Bought this for pest conrol. Scope is not very good for this high powered gun. But after setting the open sights on this, for the way I shoot, have 1 in groupings. I'm using the .22 barrel. Have many other .177s around. Used a special type pellet with it. Hollows points are okay but the pellets I used penatrated and item that the hollows just bounce off of. I usually have my air guns set for 50 to 75 yards. The pest do not last long with me or my brother. Would recommend this to others for… Read Full Review
I've read every one of these reviews and have shot over 150 shots but the accuracy is STILL very poor. I've tried just about every kind of pellet you can get as well. There is defintly something wrong with the scope. I've tried adjusting it many times and it always shoots up and to the right. Can anyone tell me what i could do to prevent this?
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If you are looking for a good air rifle for $100, the Beeman RS2 is it. Remember, this is a $100 pellet gun, not a .22 rifle or a $400 air rifle. This gun will shoot 1" groupings at 25 yards no problem...and I'm using inexpensive Cabela's brand pellets. I hear knocks on the trigger, but this is a European style trigger with two stages. The 2nd stage trigger pull is adjustable, very easy and very nice. It is a bit heavy, but frankly I like the heft - it gives the gun a solid feel, but might… Read Full Review
I own 2 of these rifles.I am an avid shooter , i shoot HP rifles,shotguns in competion, i own custom made guns for competion that cost thousands of dollars, in my opinion this air rifle is outstanding for the price 98.00 at wal mart. The rifle is built well shoots well and is very accurate for a entry level rifle 1/2 to 3/4 in groups at 30 yards is unbeatable for what your paying for it, some reviews state its not accurate , i think they may not know how to shoot a spring air rifle correctly… Read Full Review
OK,, First thing ya gotta do is wrap the barrel screw in teflon/plumbers tape and torque it till the wrench bends about an inch.Mine has shot thousands of pellets without the barrel screw loosening with this method.My gun is accurate and packs a punch, chrony is consistant 750 fps with daisy .22 pellets 14.3 gr. this is the only gun ive seen that loves those wadcutters and holds accuracy, one of my favorite guns and ive got 12 others all more expensive . Clean the barrel and break it in you'll… Read Full Review
The most amazing gun for $98 in the world! Scope is adequate, trigger very nice and extremely accurate even during break in. Feels like a "big" gun in your hands. I realize it's an entry level gun and for that market it's nothing short of amazing. It will shoot with guns costing much more. Squirrels beware!… Read Full Review
I think this is a great air rifle. I am an avid squirrel hunter and wanted something quieter than a shotgun and a .22 rifle. I got it at wal-mart for 98 dollars and i think it is well worth the money. You can tell it is made of good matirials and was well put together. The open sights are very easy to use and very acurite. I've had it for not even six days and have already killed 22 animals with it. I've mainly used the .177 cal. barrell and have killed 2 squirrels with it in one shot. The… Read Full Review
Bought an RS2 Combo last week at Walmart for $ 98. Returned it today; gun definitely had issues. Poor quality trigger (lots of creep), loose hold down screws, broke the scope after only 25-30 shots. Because I liked the look & feel so much, took another off the rack. Clearly a better made piece than the first one. All the issues from the 1st one were missing this time. Took it to the range, using open sights and had it hitting the 1 inch bull at 20 yds in less than 1/2 hr. I may just forget… Read Full Review
Written on: by Eprophet (1 review written)
This Beeman dual caliber 1073 model was on closeout at Walmart for $99. That price with a choice of caliber in & of itself is worth the gamble. I was sighting in a Ruger Airhawk .177 & not feeling the love for a little more of a cash gamble & a lot less option.
I read every review I could find & some were relevant. It is important to use some type of adhesive on the barrel screw. I opted for the wifes finger nail glue (same ingredients as superglue TM). For your benefit & my lesson learned… Read Full Review
If you buy an air rifle for $98.00 and the pellet comes out of the barrel with some force behind it, you're ahead of the game.
I think with this air gun, the rest is up to the shooter. I bought the gun on a whim about two weeks ago and shot it today for the first time. I did nothing to the gun except change to a 22 barrel and mount the scope.
The gun shot low and to the left at 25 yards but the groups were pretty consistent. I think that cleaning the barrel will have a positive effect on the… Read Full Review
When sighting in this rifle you must first shoot around 100 rounds before you begin. When sighting in start from about 15yds and work your way out. It will give you an MOA of about an inch at about 30yds. It shoots very sweet. The only reason I gave it a 4 star is the weight. At ten pds its not a rifle you will want to carry around. I would recommend it to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: by SatelliteSteve (1 review written)
Right out of the box, this rifle consistantly pulled to left 10:00 in a 5 inch
track from 40 yards. Using the site provided, I played with the windage and got it down to the diameter of a beer can. For the money spent, I can't believe it's accuracy compared to a fixed barrel rifle. I do worry about the O-ring and linkage getting worn and sloppy. Keep the wear points well lubricated. Overall, I'm impressed with the solid wood and iron for the price… Read Full Review
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