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Beeman P17 Pellet Pistol

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Formerly known as the Marksman 2004. Outstanding accuracy and velocity. German engineered and designed single-stroke pneumatic. Single-shot pistol produces up to 410 fps. Totally recoilless and no CO2 required. Add a dot sight on the 11mm dovetail.

Target-style trigger provides crisp let-off and minimum take up. Custom shaped, finger groove grip helps improve shooting comfort and aids with accuracy. Polymer frame is durable and lightweight, cast aluminum slide and rifled steel barrel provide long life and repeatable accuracy. Includes manual safety and rear sights are adjustable for windage and elevation.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity410 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionOverlever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight1.70
  • Overall Length9.60
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismSingle-stroke pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseTarget practice/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.3
4.575 Reviews
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5.0
By GabrielUSAAugust 14, 2021

Pros
Best trigger of all time and that includes firearms. Super accurate. Sights are awesome.

Cons
Underpowered to kill possums at 2 feet. Hard to cock. Hard to load. Single shot. Clothing can get caught cocking it. And yes I would buy it again 1000% it is an awesome no recoil experience with a 2lb or less trigger.

4.0
By Melba RMarch 4, 2021 Verified Purchase

That your Company has a great variety of rifles and pistols to use for practice. It will give them an idea if they can handle a real weapon

Pros
Heavy. Great grip to handle . One thing I forgot to check is that it only allows you to shoot one pellet at a time . That’s to much time consuming.

Cons
To at least have 6 pellets to shoot at practice. It helps to concentrate when practicing

4.0
By Melba RMarch 4, 2021 Verified Purchase

That your Company has a great variety of rifles and pistols to use for practice. It will give them an idea if they can handle a real weapon

Pros
Heavy. Great grip to handle . One thing I forgot to check is that it only allows you to shoot one pellet at a time . That’s to much time consuming.

Cons
To at least have 6 pellets to shoot at practice. It helps to concentrate when practicing

4.0
By Cliff SnellJanuary 24, 2021

Good weight, quite accurate, not very noisy

Pros
Handy, Well built, Good Quality

Cons
This air pistol is a pain to load. I find there is insufficient space to load the pellet easily

4.0
By JohnUSAJanuary 22, 2021 Verified Purchase

This was a pretty good gun. While it lasted. After ~2,000 rounds, it stopped charging the piston. You hear a from the handle, pressure drops and air hisses. I've found that the charging mechanism gets out of line and this happens. But nothing about how to fix it. It broke down with 7 months left on the warranty. I contacted them with 5 monts left on the warranty. With 4 months left on the warranty. In 2 weeks I'll have 3 months left on the warranty. I leave messages via their website. I got to a voice mail box on Christmas Eve day and left a detailed message. Trying to call, no one answers. It goes to voice mail, but the mailbox is full. Are they still in business?

Pros
Fairly accurate, easy to operate. Gun is good.

Cons
It doesn't work. Warranty support...does it even exist?

1.0
By ChrisDecember 17, 2020

Pros
Looks good

Cons
Doesn’t work half the time, doesn’t load any type of ammo that is said to work for it. Just for 30 dollars more I can buy an airgun that is 100x better and has a magazine.

5.0
By JohnUSADecember 8, 2020 Verified Purchase

I wear a glove when shooting to pump it up. A lot of power in this pistol with one stroke. I plink when I smoke meat.

Pros
Great feel and nice looking. Sights are dead on out of the package.

Cons
Edges are sharp where you put your hand to pump. Safety is on the left side for what reason ? not very convenient for right handers.

5.0
By ChristopherUSADecember 1, 2020 Verified Purchase

This thing is very fun for 40 bucks! Makes a pop when shooting. A little louder than I expected. More accurate than I expected. The only pellet pistol I can compare it to is the old Crossman American Classic 1377 I grew up with. I used to jam that up by loading the pellets incorrectly and it took forever to pump up. This is easier, faster and more accurate.

Pros
Trigger has a clean break. I can hit stuff with it!

Cons
Not the easiest pellet gun to load or cock. Thought it might be fun gift for my girlfriend... Wrong.

1.0
By DanielUSAJuly 24, 2020 Verified Purchase

I followed the instructions to a t.... Oh wait there were no instructions.

Pros
None I can think of

Cons
Misfired on the very first attempt in the bullet is jammed in the gun making it useless

1.0
By PaulJune 21, 2020 Verified Purchase

Too good to be true, and it was. Right out of the bubble-pack the safety slide switch fell out and on the floor. The BB-sized click set rolled across my office (at least I saw it or I would never have figured out the problem). I retrieved the parts and after about 30 minutes deduced that the BB was held in place by a small spring that forced the BB against two v-notches in the side of the safety cavity. I got it to work one time using a spring out of a ballpoint pen, but on the second try the safety slide fell out again. Further, while I was looking for the pieces on the floor, I barely touched the trigger and the cocked gun went off. Thankfully no harm done but not a good thing. This is going in the trash, cheap and too dangerous.

Pros
Not a thing

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Is this plastic?

asked Kandi bhupathi from India

is this gun P17 a multi pump or just a single pump ?

asked binoe from Canada

Single pump

Gabriel from USA

How does AGD allow such misinformation in these questions that have been here since 2012???

asked John Appears with your question

What is the difference between the Beeman P-3 and the Beeman P-17? They look identical except for price.

asked Raymond Tomory

P3 is manufactured in Germany I believe and is supposed to be better finish quality. The p 17 cost a lot less, is made in China and is not finished as nicely. I own a p17 and it is 100 percent fine.

Gabriel from USA

will this gun fire darts??

asked Gary from USA

No

Gabriel from USA

So...how many pellets does this hold at one time?

asked AD MENEFEE

One. Single shot single pump.

Gabriel from USA

Para envíos a España?

asked Luis

What is the length of the pistol?

asked Fred

Mine shoots pellets

asked Merlin from USA

Yes. Yes it does.

Gabriel from USA

Is this a bb or pellet gun and would a 11 year boy be able to cock it?

asked jz

Pellet and yes he might but it's very hard to do and tricky he will get his fingers caught and it will hurt. I highly recommend something else.

Gabriel from USA

Does this gun shoot bbs or just pellets?

asked jz

Pellet

Gabriel from USA

Good day. I'm from Poland and I would like to buy this gun. Is it possible to ship to Poland? What would the price be for a day out and how would it look with the servant? In Poland the permissible airgun strength is 17J without permission.

asked Sebastian

Can anyone give me a suggestion on why I cannot upload pictures on the reviews?. Every time I try I get a message saying that your pictures could not be saved. The pictures are .jpg, about 60 kb and sent from a Dell PC. Also tried sending them from Sony laptop with the same result.

asked Ronald from USA

Can this be pumped more then once for higher fps, or is it one pump only?

asked Charles from USA

Hello I have been getting delays between pulling the trigger and the shot going off. Would you know how to solve the problem?

asked Van Bogaert from Belgium

I suppose it's possible if there was too much friction at the sears. If you're willing to take it apart I can tell you where to look. I think it's the wire inside the hammer that acts as a guide for the secondary sear. This guide is a tight fit so I'd think any changes like thicker wire, sheetmetal sear, or rough edge from the stamping the sear could hold it up. It'll make sense when you see it. Write me at chevota at hotmail and I'll send some pix. Mine was rather tight but worked, still I sanded the wire a bit so the sear had room to move freely.

ROBERT from USA

any idea how far it will shoot the pellet???

asked george

Depends on many factors, but if you google "Chairgun", a free program, you can plug in your numbers and it will tell you. I was curious and plugged it in and came up with 150-270 yards depending on the pellet used.

ROBERT from USA

Is the beeman P17 .177 caliber air pistol worth the money ?

asked nelson

It's worth 3 times the money. It is without a doubt the best deal in air pistols. It's my new favorite, taking the place of my old which was the Webley Tempest

ROBERT from USA

Is this gun all metal?

asked Leon

It has all metal internals, but the body is plastic. However the body is a high quality plastic and it's steel reinforced over the full length.

ROBERT from USA

Whats the main difference between the P17 & the P3?

asked James Sanford

The P3 is a true low end target gun; the P17 is a much cheaper clone. Externally they appear identical, but inside the P3 has better machining and assembly. Out of the box the P17 is a terrific value. With some tweaking, it can be a pretty nice gun, but eventually the trigger will do strange things, either firing when it is pumped or refusing to fire when the trigger is pulled. It's just not as tightly tolerance and spec'd as the P3. I have 2 each P3's, one in 22 and one in 177 and enjoy them both. They have better precision and accuracy, more consistent power, and triggers that are very sweet and predictable compared to the P17. Neither appear very pellet-fussy. But you have to weigh the value of $35 versus $350. I'm always looking for used bargains in either the P17 or the P3, and they all reside in my kit to shoot in the backyard at a moment's notice.

Alan from USA

I've owned two p17's and now have the P3. On both p17's the trigger failed with a week. In each case it was loaded and cocked but wouldn't fire. The top of the p17 had sharp edges that dug into my hand when cocking the gun. The gun also smelled from some chemical and the package stated stated that the gun contained substances known to cause cancer. The p3 is much better quality. It's a bit easier to cock, the edges are not sharp like on the p17, so they don't dig into your hand when cocking it. It has worked flawlessly with now over 2000 rounds through it. Fixing the p17 is not so easy as people suggest. First of all the tiny lug you unscrew to remove the handle ( in order to work on the trigger) gets stripped VERY easily, and then you can't put it back on. The trigger mechanism is complex and you can't just tug at it. You need some watchmaking-type skills.

Alan from USA

I too cannot say for sure because I have never seen a P3 or HW40 in person, but looking at pix of those guns in the open position I cannot see any difference except the chrome and of course the name on the side. The quality of this gun is actually quite good, and it's outstanding for the price, unbelievable actually. Mine had no flaws as some mention, like sharp breech or seam in the chamber, mine was perfect and I would've believed it was a German quality P3 if it said so on the side.

ROBERT from USA

I have had the same question in the past and looked around to see what I could find. Based on that research: the P17 is manufactured in China with some minor work needed to bring it up to the some of the manufacturing specs of the P3 - which is made in Europe (Germany if memory serves me correctly). For my purposes, I limit the effort to deburring the barrel opening where pellets are inserted because the pellets tend to snag on the sharp edge when the gun is new. I also deburr the opening where air exits the pump (where the o-ring is). I recently bought another P17 and it came with improved sights. They have incorporated plastic light tubes which create 2 green dots on the rear sight and one red dot on the front sight. Cheap and effective. I have a lot of fun with mine and have owned several. I have not used the P3 but based on my experience with the P17 I would never spend the extra money on the P3. Not only is the P17 cheap to acquire it is cheap to operate and fun to shoot. This gun is accurate enough for me to use for pest control (birds like my fruit trees as much as I do!) at significant range (20 - 30 yards).

Farmer

Good morning. Do you ship to Brazil? Postal Code 21940-005 Rio de Janeiro Tks

asked Leonhard

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Shipping price always changes, but you should be able to see the final price before you complete your purchase.

Scott from USA

i cannot figure out how to load these pellets!

asked jack

this gun only shoots pellets.... not BB's. to load the pellets, pull down on the hammer and lift the top straight up.... when you locate the barrel opening, place a pellet into it and close it

Andrea from USA

I believe this gun only shoots steel bb's. Not pellets

Scott from USA

can one use bb in this gun?

asked Ryon

No, a 4.5 mm/.177 bb would just roll right out of the barrel. The Beeman P17 is a single-shot breech-loading design; pellets only. You cock it, and while it's 'broken open' you load one pellet. It's not fast, it's not a repeater, but with its rifled barrel it should be reasonably accurate. No bb's, but no CO2 either, so you can shoot it all day and never worry about running out of gas. It's a good target pistol.

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