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Beeman HW97 Air Rifle

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  • 0.20
    $659.95
  • 0.177
    $629.95
  • 0.22
    $629.95
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The HW97K is related to one of the first - and finest - underlever field target rifles ever made. Coming from the famed Weihrauch plant in Germany, it's proving to be just as accurate. Even if you're not a field target enthusiast, you'll enjoy shooting this rifle! It's great for metallic silhouettes, plinking, shooting spinners and paper targets, and accurate enough to do some serious hunting. If you're hunting game and eliminating pests, .20 or .22 caliber should be your choice.

The quality of the polishing and bluing on the steel action, barrel and underlever exceeds what you'd normally find on comparably priced firearms. The Monte Carlo stock has a raised cheekpiece, and the beech stock has hand-cut checkering on the pistol grip. The stock is capped with a soft rubber recoil pad to give you ultimate control. The Rekord trigger, which is praised by shooters and admired by competitors, adjusts to your needs.

The 11mm grooves in the receiver make it easy to mount a scope (it does not come with open sights). If you like the simplicity and ease of shooting a spring-piston gun, then give the HW97K serious consideration.
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Beeman HW97 Air Rifle
5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
Mike
Birmingham
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Fantastic rifle
March 8, 2013
Always used a .22 for hunting and thought a .177 was for cans in your back yard. I have just brought the HW97K .177 and it's a serious rifle. The most accurate shooting at 30 to 60 yds and instant kills at 30 to 60 yds on rabbits, pigeons, and rats. I would never go back to a .22 where you have to put your cross hairs above the target by at least 3 dots or more.
Pros:
Nice feel, easy to cock very smooth, and a very accurate gu. Great build quality and very good balance.
Cons:
It's just over 9lbs (9.25lbs) and with the scope it's close on 10lbs so all day shooting can take it out on your arms a little.

mike
BISHOP, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

outstanding accuracy
April 28, 2012
just got this rifle in .20 cal and it only took a few shots to get it zeroed in after mounting a scope, then hitting pennies at 30 yards not a problem. not hold sensitive at all, very smooth. using beeman field target special pellets, shot 10 ground squirrels the first day out from 10 to 50 yards, don't think I'll ever need another pellet gun, this thing is awesome!!
Pros:
accuracy
Cons:
no open sights



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Beeman HW97 Air Rifle
  • 0.20
    Caliber 0.20 Cal
    Velocity 820 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 930 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 750 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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