Written on: 17/01/2010
I use this gun for just about everything. Plinking on the weekends, serous target practice, i dont hunt but i have used it to scare minor pests away. I bought the gun used from a friend and so far i would have to guesstimate it has around 20,000 shots on it. I do oil and clean it regulary. It is a very rugged construction, i have yet to seriously chip or scratch it in the field. It gets used a minumum of 4 hours a week and it delivers the punch every time you squeeze the trigger. I havent heard… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2009
hello i was wondering if you could write me back and tell me how much it cost i want 1 pretty bad thank you from Andy… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/11/2008 by xarrowpointx (1 review written)
Leaks air after about 200 shots. The leverage in cocking the gun is very very difficult; and opening the gun is very difficult.
Also, pellet insertion is one big pain in the access. If I had known, I would never have bought this gun. Don't consider it at any price… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/10/2008 by airgunguy (9 reviews written)
DO NOT BUY!!!
Junk! Garbage! Trash!
Now don't get me wrong,. I'm not one of those grumpy old men who thinks that everything is junk. There are still some real airgun values out there such as the Crosman 1377 and 2240. However, the Marksman 2004 also known as the Beeman P17 or the Beeman 2006 is a junk gun that works for about 10 minutes then starts leaking air from various places. How do I know? I tried several of them from several different stores and the end result is always the sameJUNK! I… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2008
Nice beginner gun, so after about 2000-3000 shots, I'm quite happy with it overall, despite it's serious flaws having been apparent from the first (quite disappointing) minutes… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2008 by ajballelli (1 review written)
Bought two and both failed within two days. The gun should not be on the market !… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2008
would not recommend this gun to anyone... Buy a Crosman T4 or T4 Ops
highly acurate, good looks, 8 shot repeater, a better choice is a Crosman gun. It blew a seal that keeps the compression (what makes the gun shoot). ive had it for 2 days! i am going to call BEEMAN and see what it is if i hav to pay anything i will be pissed!… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2008
This is a fun gun purchased it from canadian tire a while back.
its fun to shoot it'll kill pigeons after a few shots its more accurate than my powermaster 66
my only problem is that after a couple of months it stated leaking air
as well as sometimes when i cocked it it would lose pressure altogether
i sent it to beeman 2 months ago and still have not got it back
… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2007 by sniper67 (1 review written)
I love this gun, it's always very reliable and consistent power!… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2007 by proshooter12 (1 review written)
I've had this gun for 5 years and shot around 10,000 shots i love it i've had no problems… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2007 by expert reviewer25 (1 review written)
I've had this gun for about two years and it is still going strong and i've shot around 5000 shots. I would recommend this gun to anyone who want a decent pistol with a good price… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/07/2007 by Ravenglen (2 reviews written)
Badly over priced. Invest a bit more money and purchase something decent
Fun gun?… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2006 by Humble (2 reviews written)
I'd actaully first bought the handgun for my brother for his birthday. As he loves handguns but couldn't dive into getting a firearm at the time. Not being able to afford the Beeman P3, which the Marksman 2004 is the clone of, for a gift I compromised for the 2004. Of course before I gave it to him I had to do some testing!
My first impressions of the gun was I was pretty surprised by the fit and balance of such a low priced gun. The pistol just felt like it belonged in my hands. Taking… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/06/2006 by Triomphe (1 review written)
I bought the Marksman Model 2004 3 days ago on a decision that I wanted to order a HW40PCA (Beeman P3 outside the US) but I wanted to have a feeling how it felt before I ordered it. Since this gun is a direct copy I felt that it would be worth it and after the fact I would have a gun that I could lend to my friends when we're out camping. Anyhow that thought was killed last night when I went to shoot it and it started leaking air out of the barrel. I'm probably going to take it apart… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2006 by squareshooter (5 reviews written)
I've found that silicone grease works well to lubricate the Marksman Model 2004 piston and o-ring, perhaps synthetic brake caliper slide lube would work well, too. While you've got it apart, make sure to lube all the pivot points and pins with high quailty gun oil or moly lube. I used removeable loctite to cure the rear sight problem. Pay attention to the headspace between the barrel breech and compression chamber, I noticed the little o-ring was being dislodged from its groove indicating too… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2005 by newtoshooting (1 review written)
Ordered from Pyramid Air for $55 shipped and then found out from here that I could have bought the Marksman Model 2004 at Walmart; however my local Walmart didn't stock it. First impressions: damn accurate! After adjusting the sights I was hitting bullseyes at 15 yards with groups within 1… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2005 by yarzak (1 review written)
Marksman 2004 & P3. well...
(The Weihrauch HW 40 PCA & Beeman P3 are the same gun never been a question. Weihrauch HW 40 PCA marketed by Beeman==Beeman P3)
During 1992 Richard Kazmaier Jr., president of Kazmaier Associates Inc. of Maryland, was interested in the purchase of the Beeman company. The Kazmaier company reportedly owns Bike (athletic clothing), S/R Industries (sporting and recreation equipment), and other holdings. S/R Industries, in turn, owns Marksman Products. Mr. Kazmaier… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/10/2005 by lastklim (1 review written)
I got my Marksman 2004 air pistol just 2 hours ago and could not stop shooting it. After over 100 rounds, I think I have enough experience to comment it a little bit. :-)
First impression: the black cover looks ugly compared to other air pistol with medal cover or shining finish. Don't use it for just showing off.
Then, I used the cheap Crosman Wadcutter .177 pellets from Walmart to give it a try. Heard a lot for the tricky feeding action, but not a thing for my small finger.
After that, I… Read Full Review
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