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Beeman Commander Combo

Available in .177, .22
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  • Code: AGD-48529722 · $249.99 · .177 · 1100 fps
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The Beeman Commander blends good looks and performance together in a budget friendly package that is just about ready to shoot right when you unbox it. This kit includes a 4x32 scope, so all you need is a fill source for this 3000 PSI max fill PCP and you'll be slinging lead in no time. Boasting up to 100 shots per fill in .177 and up to 80 in .22 cal, the Commander leaves very little to be desired. The handsome hardwood thumbhole stock handles like a dream and the included sound moderator keeps your shooting backyard friendly. Just fill up the 3,000 psi air cylinder, load a 10-shot magazine and send rounds downrange at reported velocities of up to 1,100 fps in .177 cal. and up to 1,000 fps in .22 caliber. If you're a hunter, target shooting, or just in the market for a good entry level PCP, the Beeman Commander combo should be at the top of your list. Get yours at Airgun Depot, today!

Beeman Commander Features:
  • PCP
  • Bolt action
  • Repeater
  • 3,000 psi reservoir
  • Up to 100 shots per fill in .177 cal., 80 in .22
  • Max velocity: 1,100 fps (.177), 1,000 fps (.22)
  • European hardwood ambidextrous thumbhole stock
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Integrated sound suppressor
  • 10-shot rotary magazine
  • Manual safety
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • Fiber-optic sights
Beeman Model 5013 Scope Specs:
  • 4x fixed magnification
  • 32mm objective
  • 1" tube
  • 1/4 MOA click value
  • Dimensions: 2.7"W x 2.6"H x 14"L
  • Includes two-piece mount
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  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1100 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 10.05
  • Overall Length 43.00
  • Barrel Length 24.50
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 10
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Yes
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Fiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill 100
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking & target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By FrankUSAOctober 30, 2021

Not so easy to fill with a hand pump, need to invest in a compressor.

Good power, accurate, a little bit heavy.

Great gun I only had to upgrade the scope to 4×16×50 a/o sniper scope

By MarkUSAMay 12, 2021 Verified Purchase

Seriously, if the single shot mechanism was designed better, I'd love this gun. I wish there was a more affordable rifle like this one. PCP is the way to go.

I really liked this rifle right out of the box. My first PCP and it was awesome. I like the power, the fact that you don't have to cock a lever every time you want to shoot. It was easy to sight in with the scope. Very accurate. I hit the bullseye very easy at 50 yards. Small groupings.

When you shoot this as a single shot, it is easy for the pellets to fall backward into the "bolt chamber" . They can roll down inside the gun to where there must be a seal of some kind and block the gun from getting enough power for the next shot. If you are lucky, you can turn the gun up side down and shake the pellet out. However, I purchased and returned two of these guns for this reason. The last gun started to leak air from the main air tank. I assume that a pellet I couldn't retrieve got stuck somewhere inside the gun and somehow compromised the system.

By ChristopherUSAMarch 27, 2021 Verified Purchase

Additionally, PCP is my airgun future. I like my accurate single shot Beeman QB78-Deluxe - CO2/.177 It's limited compared to PCP vs CO2. Cost for CO2 and when that seal fails, it just blows more than my pocket. Benjamin Marauder is more accurate and quiet compared to the Beeman Commander, but cost 4 times as much. Very happy with both. The Commander is excellent for the $$$ and plinking fun.

Pros: PCP budget friendly - Just awesome accuracy shot after shot with the fiber sights or with old man eyes using a scope. She has some "pop" to the sound as it launches. Another "pop" when you hit a metal plate or spoon target. The pellets energy forces itself upon said target. Yet, she is definitely backyard friendly. !5 to 50 yards is accurate with power so far. The wood stock is poetry for this heavy set stout rifle. The grip is perfect for steady shots while in a posture or prone position. The tray for single shot works well for slugs too. Also, from Airgun Depot - Umbrex Ready Air. The Commander likes 2870 psi. (manufacture claims 2900 psi max) with 80 shots to be deployed before needing recharge.

Cons: Long time to pre-order, nearly 6 weeks. COVID - maybe, it finally arrived. :) The Beeman Commander reload magazines are flaky. The originals are far easier to reload. I understand the reason for upgrade, to have dead load at end of 10 shots. Discharging air with no pellet kinda blows. I had 2 of 4 that would not align correctly due to a defect in magazine. Airgun Depot sent replacements. The center screw on magazine would protrude when compressed to insert into slot of gun chamber, keeping it from aligning and jam pellet when you tried to load chamber.

By JamesUSAMarch 26, 2021

Clipping baffle when first got it, few rounds (100) down range it cleared its self up. Contacted Beeman they wanted me to return it for repair, but once it cleared up on its own I kept it :) . Use the scope, sights work but suck.

Bang for the buck. Hitting same spot 50+yards. Pest control fore sure.

Heavy, needs synthetic (lighter stock) that is adjustable. This platform would be great in a bullpup design to pull weight in to you. Would love to see one in 25cal.

By RonnieMarch 19, 2021 Verified Purchase

Please someone else review this rifle I'm curious but sure it's a home run

Update after 500 shots I can say that this is an amazing deal

The bolt pops up every shot but I'm picking

By RonnieFebruary 28, 2021 Verified Purchase

If you're not willing to take the pcp plunge with this quality an a decent scope for just over 200$.sorry 219$. Then you're missing the best part of airguns

I just received it today but I'm totally impressed the look the feel are amazing I just shot 40 shots n will update but this is pretty nice rifle shooting accurate

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Hola hay envio para colombia ? gracias

asked Jesus from Colombia

Where did you get your pump for your PCP rifle

asked Randall from USA

Is there need for another bracket on barrel and is it available for the guy that thinks it needs one

asked David from USA

Can sound moderator be removed and cover ring sold and gun still be fired accurately?

asked David from USA

Slugs ??

asked David from USA

Can the compressed air Cylinder be removed (like Hatsans) and exchanged in the field? Can we buy extra cylinders? I don't see in accessories.

asked George from USA

how do you fill the chamber with air

asked Michael from USA

Very expressive high pressure pump electric or hand

David from USA

What do you fill the air up with? A hand pump or compressor? If a compressor, how large does it have to be...

asked Richard from USA

What product can or should i use to repair the finish on the stock of my Commader?

asked Kevin from USA

can I use my home compressor to fill it?

asked Hecson from USA

No, the average shop compressor doesn't reach the PSI requirements to fill the cylinder of a PCP rifle, you'll need a specific high pressure compresor or hand pump.

Kevin from USA

where do you buy a compressor, and how to fill it

asked Don from USA

Is this a pump or CO2 rifle

asked Pablo from USA

Neither, It's a precharged pneumaric "PCP" rifle.

Kevin from USA

where do you buy a compressor

asked Bobby from USA

can I use my home compressor to fill it?

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asked wayne from USA

what pump do you recommend for this rifle? I'm trying too stay on a budget.

asked Jackson from USA

Where is this made?

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