The HW30 is easy to handle and has excellent power and accuracy. A solid built tribute to German craftsmanship, it features an ambidextrous walnut stained beech stock, an auto-safety, and a double-jointed cocking lever. New and improved is the rear sight, which features a rotating leaf, with four available options, for all your shooting requirements.
Finest German Craftsmanship
Excellent for Women and Smaller Shooters
Rotating Leaf Rear Sight - 4 Options
Rear Sight Adjustable for Windage and Elevation
Front Sight Globe - Fully Covered
Two-Stage Non-Adjustable Trigger
Hard Plastic Butt Plate
Walnut-Stained Beech Stock
Ammo Type: Pellet and Lead Ball
Body Components: Metal Receiver and Barrel with Beech Stock
Overall Length: 38.78"
Barrel Length: 15.50"
Barrel Style: Rifled
Fire Mode: Single Shot
Cocking Effort: 18 lbs
Trigger Pull: 4.5 lbs
Trigger Style: Two-stage adjustable
Action: Break Barrel
Power plant: Spring Pneumatic
Gun Weight: 5.5 lbs
Front Sight: Fiber Optic
Rear Sight: Fiber Optic
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
Beeman HW30 .177 Caliber Pellet Rifle
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity675 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- ActionBreak barrel
- Barrel StyleRifled- Break Barrel
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- MechanismSpring piston
- UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
HW 30 is outstanding!
November 9, 2008
My father brought 3 Beemans back from Germany in 1980 including an HW30. I have shot the HW30 for 28 years(approx 7000 shots) and never had a problem. I always outshot my friends with their cheap "pump up" rifles. You can't go wrong with a Beeman.
More Than Expected!
August 7, 2007
I received my HW30 last Friday, and it is beautiful. I have not owned a Beeman before, and I know it is not a high powered rifle, but the fact it is easy to cock, uses .177 pellets and has a modest advertised muzzle velocity of 675fps seemed like a perfect backyard plinker. I have been rewarded with just that, although I think she could take smaller pests quite easily. I am a big guy but this rifle falls into place just fine and the sights line up without any effort. Speaking of effort, you can cock and shoot an HW30 all day without fatigue. I still need to find the perfect pellet, but I can tell this will be a favorite "go to" rifle for a very long time. The cost ($215 approx.) is well worth the quality you will get. I have become a Beeman fan, and feel it is a better gun than the RWS (which I really like as well) for the price. The stock is very nice, the blueing is first rate, and the fit and finish is excellent. I am already shopping for my next Beeman, as this little unassuming air rifle has won me over.