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Beeman Gas Ram Dual-Caliber

.177 & .22 caliber capability in a classic wood stock, Includes 4x32 scope
  • Code: 1073GP · .177 · 1000 fps
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The Dual Caliber gives you the advantage of being able to shoot both .177 and .22 caliber pellets with the same rifle. Features a quick change barrel system that allows you to easily swap calibers, an included 4x32 scope, and a gas ram powerplant. This rifle is a great option for those looking for a gun that is just as comfortable punching paper targets as it is taking small game in the field. Beeman Gas Ram Dual Caliber Air Rifle
  • Gas-piston powerplant
  • .177- and .22-caliber rifled steel barrels
  • Change barrels quickly
  • Fixed fiber optic front sight
  • Fully adjustable fiber optic rear sight
  • 11mm dovetail grooves
  • RS2 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Ambidextrous European hardwood stock
  • Recoil pad
  • Includes 4x32 scope and mount (not mounted)
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  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1000 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 8.50
  • Overall Length 45.50
  • Barrel Length 0.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By RonUSASeptember 26, 2022

Waste of money and waste of time.


Piece of garbage purchase. The product box it came in is not the product box advertised by picture on this site page (it came in the springer model box, not the gas piston box). The product box came to me all mangled like it was a recycled return product (the outside carton was pristine, so it was not the shipper's fault ... AD packed a mangled up box for the wrong product inside the shipping carton). First thing I noticed when opening the box is that the styrofoam packing material was all covered in rust ... rust from the barrels of this gun packed in it. The bluing on the barrels literally comes off wholesale onto your hands when you handle it. The "scope stop" on the rifle will not sit square on the chamber (no matter how many times I loosen and retighten it). And to top it all off, I didn't get a .22 barrel .... NO, instead I got two .177 barrels! ... I didn't want a freakin' .177 barrel, I only wanted this for the .22 caliber capability (for downing squirrels and rabbits).

By AlexUSAJanuary 26, 2020

This is simply an excellent gun for the price. The .22 barrel fires 14-15 grain pellets at 500FPS (checked on my chronograph). At 35 yards, I get 1.5" groups with The Daisy .22 flat nose and 1" groups with the Crosman hollow points. 50 yards is about the maximum effective range with groups around 1.5-2". It is also incredibly quiet despite no sound dampening. This is simply a fantastic entry level air gun. A few things you need to know: 1. Cocking is fairly stiff. Children frequently cannot cock it. 2. The safety is a bit odd. It defaults to safe with each trigger pull and occasionally slips back to safe if you push it too fast. 3. The barrel will bend if you put too much pressure on it. It is plenty stiff for cocking, but if you lean it against a wall and trip over it, the barrel can bend. Thankfully, bending it back is pretty easy with a straight edge.

Great quality, reliability, and accuracy. It will last a long time.

The safety is a bit fickle and occasionally slips back to safe. You will need blue loctite to keep the barrel fixed tightly.

By TJune 13, 2018

Be advised that my review may be slightly biased; about the same time I got the Beeman, I also took delivery of a Hatsan Model 95 QE. There is no comparison between the two. The Hatsan is a FAR superior rifle, IMHO!!! I bought the Beeman because of the versatility of dual calibre capabilities... that is it's biggest PRO factor. The Beeman is well made, but compared to the Hatsan it seems to be done on a slightly smaller scale. It also gives the initial impression of being somewhat plain... no checkering, and the choice of wood is definitely inferior. Stained European hardwood doesn't hold a candle to the Hatsan's Turkish Walnut. While the Hatsan is better built, it also is a bit on the awkward side... heavier and more cumbersome. The Beeman needs a little bit of fine tuning out of the box. It's trigger feels better than the Hatsan; more tightly constructed and machined, with a lot less "slop" in it's fitting. Score one for the Beeman. On the other hand... the Beeman tends to eat breech seals. The reason seems to be breech machining; every time it's cocked, the breech seal is forcibly rubbed across a rough breech block face. Disassembly and the use of a stone to clean things up is needed. IMHO this should have been dealt with at the factory. While we're talking about breech seals... have some spares handy for another reason. You're going to lose 'em. The seal rides on the breech end of the barrel. The first time you change calibres, you'll find that it pulls off and is never seen again! Beyond these minor gripes, the Beeman is a competent tool. I found it quite accurate with both the .177 and .22 barrels installed. It's a LOUD rifle compared to the Hatsan! For the removal of pests in a suburban setting (rabbits, raccoons) it does the job nicely with head shots, but the Hatsan is my Go To choice... the Beeman is almost as noisy as a .22 rimfire. Overall, the Beeman is a decent, well made, utilitarian rifle; for the price you can't go wrong with it.

Price Versatility (dual calibre capability) Weight / ergonomics

Breech machining needs to be cleaned up some Easily loses breech seals BAD pinch point on cocking (It GOT me!!!)

By Mike CogleUSAFebruary 26, 2018

I really enjoy plinking with this gun. It shoots fast, hard, and flat. The ability to swap barrels is priceless, and it remains accurate after changing calibers. It weighs about the same as a real rifle. Has a nice kick to it!

The ability to swap barrels. The automatic safety. Real wood stock.

Heavy cocking spring. Would not be suitable for young shooters.(ages 13+)

By JordonUSAMarch 3, 2017

I have shot several a animals with the .22 barrel

Everything is awesome with this gun

Nothing to complain about

By RuthUSAJune 20, 2016

This Berman is very nice my first reaction was wow! beautiful, it feels nice in my hands not to heavy or unbalanced, I was raised with firearms and really like the sleek rifle style so I'm very pleased. We really like the dual caliber and my husband has used it for getting rid of a bothersome varmint and some pesky birds and for hunting rabbits. It takes more strength then I thought to break it.

By BeverlyUSAMay 29, 2015

I bought this rifle over five years ago and have spent three times the price of the gun on pellets. This is an awesome rifle I have had no problems with it. The gun has a beautiful hard wood stock and a soft rubber but pad. The rs2 trigger cannot be beat it has a light pull .The gun is not pellet fussy and is not hold sensitive. I simply can not say enough good things about this rifle. I would give it more stars if I could.


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What are the ft./lbs. at the muzzle for the .22 cal?

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Hi how does it come in a bag I see one of the other models has a carry bag

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How many pounds of cocking power is required to load this weapon?

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First experience with manufacture-Beeman. How hard is it to obtain parts also how long has Beeman been in business?

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