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Beeman RS2 Dual-Caliber Scope Combo

Beeman RS2 Dual-Caliber Scope Combo

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  • Code: PY-1334-2368 · 0.177 cal · 1000 fps ·
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Like getting 2 rifles for the price of one! Includes .177 caliber and .22 caliber barrels. Red fiber optic front sight and green fiber optic rear (fully adjustable). The Beeman 4x32 scope will help get the most accuracy possible from the gun. Everything fits neatly inside the included soft carrying case. Velcro tie-down straps secure the barrels, gun, scope & rings to stop things from shifting during transport. Max velocity in .177 is 1000 fps, and in .22 it's 830 fps. You could use this rifle for plinking, small game hunting, shooting cans and just plain fun! When you change barrels, you MUST sight-in the gun again! It will not shoot to the same aimpoint, even if you sighted-in the barrel when swapping it previously. Every barrel switch requires a new sight-in session.

This gun is marked RS2 and it has the RS2 trigger, but the box may say RS1.

Includes: Dual-Caliber Air Rifle .177 & .22 Caliber Barrels, 4x32mm Scope, Rings & Soft Case
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight6.9
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • MechanismSpring piston
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Pull3.5
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Reviews
Summary
Beeman RS2 Dual-Caliber Scope Combo   $149.99
4.0
27 Reviews
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85% Recommend this product (23 of 27 responses)
By Will
South Texas
November 10, 2011
Beeman RS2 Dual Caliber
Great rifle for the money. Its more refined than the Crosman rifles. Love the dual caliber. I mostly use the .22 barrel all the time cause it just does more damage. You have to use the blue loc-tite anti-vibration glue (its not really glue) to keep the barrel and scope screws tight. Once you do this you won't have any problems. Also have to keep the barrel clean and lubricated to keep it shooting straight. I mainly use the open iron sights. They work good. Didn't like the scope too much. It looked fuzzy.
ProsOnce its sighted, it is very accurate. Deadly within 40 feet. Cocking the rifle is not too bad, but a female might have problems. The locking mechanism on the barrel is smooth. Unlike the Crosman that you have to give a smack to get the barrel to break for cocking. But the overall construction of the Beeman is excellent. Good heavy metal that will last a long time.
ConsThe rifle is long. And its heavy. Crosman makes lighter rifles and cock easier but the locking mechanism for the barrel is harder to lock in place.
By Devon
Cleveland
June 28, 2018
Sights
I read the directions and am familiar with the process of zeroing the scope but the knobs don't seem to adjust but come off easily. Also not a fan of not having iron sights.
By John
92127
July 7, 2017
Beeman RS2
This rifle is quite powerful. At 25 ft. , .22 cal. / 15.3 grain pellets would nearly penetrate 3/4 rock maple (the hardest commercial wood ) Trigger has no creep, iron sights are very good,cocking effort is reasonable,fit and finish is good,accuracy is good and recoil is not bothersome. In it's price range, I found no reason to look further..........
ProsPower
ConsNone
By Ed
Riverside Ca.
April 4, 2017
I picked this up about 8 years ago
This has been a lot of fun to shoot has great power and is a good looking gun.
ProsEasy to cock, good looking, easy to change barrels, not pellet picky.
ConsHeavy, have to learn how to open hold
By sheila slate
Massachusetts
October 24, 2016
Good gun
I like this gun, you get what you pay for.
ProsAccurate,quite and light
ConsNot very powerful.
By Greg
Phoenix, AZ
October 15, 2016
Good rifle for the price
This is the first air rifle I bought after years of using an RWS model 45. While it has a little more power, it has a much less desirable trigger. Heavily lubed from the factory it took a lot of shots before being broke in and read for serious shooting. Like any springer, it is hold sensitive. A little pellet picky, and the velocities on the box are wishful thinking. It is a heavy gun. Weighs more than the RWS 45. Accurate enough, but after adjusting the trigger, accuracy got better. In .177 I use RWS Super H Point pellets. In .22 I use JSB or Crossman 14.5 gr Premier pellets. The Crossman only shoot .005" larger 5 shot groups at 40 yards, and cost a quarter of what the JSB pellets do. If you want both a .177 and a .22 this may be the rifle for you. The scope that came with the rifle went on a cheap .177 Beeman 500. I use a 3-12X40 AO mil dot Barska on this rifle. This allows much better pellet placement, and allows shooting rats to jack rabbits.
ProsNice finish. Dual caliber.
ConsCould use a better trigger. Heavy. A bit pellet picky.
By Drake duplessis
Escondido, valley center
November 26, 2015
Good but
It's a great gun but it has more power than it can handle my gun is wobbly the nuts and screws always seem to come loose no matter how tight I tighten them from the shaking of the gun
ProsIt's very powerful and its dual barrel system makes it so much easier to shoot both types of pellets And since it has so much power is able to pull out through very exotic pellets from very heavy two very light
ConsThe screws never seem to stay tight after the fifth shot
By eregel
San diego, Ca
September 1, 2015
Great air rifle
I bought my dual-cal silver Kodiak from Walmart at the special clearance price of $75.00 and found this to be one of the best air rifles I have owned. Powerful in both .177 and .22. Many complain about accuracy but they do not understand that a rifle has to be sighted for the pellet used. I use the magnum and heavy pellets. This means that the scope needs to be sighted for the heavier pellet. A pointed lightweight .177 pellet will shoot higher then the intended target for obvious reason that the scope is sighted for heavier loads. If one chooses to use a lighter higher velocity pellet then you will need to sight the scope and adjust accordingly. That is WHY THE SCOPE HAS adjusting mounts on the side! It is not a decoration. Always make sure all fittings (barrel and scope) are snug. For the different barrels I use: .177 Crossman destroyer EX: great all around pellet .177 Premier ultra magnum heavy 10.5 gr. Fantastic groupings, I can get 20 shots within a quarter. Again my rifle is sighted for heavy pellets .22 Benjamin PCP discovery heavy pellets, 14.3 grams, hard hitting due to heavy hollow point pellet head. Will push through a 1/2 inch fence post with collateral damage on exit (nickel sized) from expansion .22 Super-H-Point by RWS. heavy pellet, 14.2 grams, the weight is in the skirt as opposed to the head, A lot of force in the back of the pellet cause incredible expansion from this hollow point pellet. 1/2 inch fence post will have up to a quarter sized collateral damage on exit. This is my favorite pellet for a .22 Very accurate once rifle is sighted to accommodate both of these heavy pellets. Groupings within a quarter resulting in a destroyed target after 10 to 15 shots at 20 yards. Why do I prefer heavy pellets with maximum damage? Answer, Coyotes. I have had two pets ripped apart by coyotes. Where I live one cannot use firearms to control coyotes because you may end up shooting a neighbor. However air guns/rifles are permitted to "Harass" these aggressive canines. Scope needs to be sighted every time if you switch to different pellets. You can not shoot a lightweight high velocity pellet followed by a heavy pellet and expect the same results. That is common sense and not really a con or a pro but something any avid shooter should know. Again COMMON SENSE!
ProsOnce you have properly sighted your scope to the pellet your using which is something ALL knowledgeable shooters should know this rifle is very accurate. A great rifle to control pests, varmints and aggressive canines. Lots of power Great rifle for the avid pellet shooter whether your preference is .177 or .22 OR both.
ConsA little on the heavy side for an air rifle but that insures a good solidly made product. Cocking may be difficult for youngsters and females. My wife and room mate can hardly cock this rifle. However it is a strong pump mechanism therefore the extra strength is required to use this.
By Craig humphreys
Pennsylvania
February 6, 2015
Love it cracks like a 22
Owned it for 4 years I own several guns and this was supposed to be my plonked my wife bought me for Christmas , cheap to shoot. After I read up on the rifle and how to shoot a spring powered because I've always had multi pump rifles , this thing was really impressive, I played with it and sighted it in for 50 yards and started killing everything, , even left the 22 home for squirrel season, it's been very reliable and no maintenance other than cleaning. It still looks as new as the day I got it!
ProsVery high quality from Walmart for sure would recommend to anyone who wants to up the takedown power from THIER old CO2 guns or multi pump , it's definately a quality gun and I continue using the scope I recieved with it. Spring guns need a special scope because the recoil is different than a regular rifle. So I have not replaced it because it's clear and always on.
ConsMissing out on not purchasing one
By Ray Anderson
Christiansburg .va
December 14, 2014
excellent
I have had fun with mine although I haven't hunted with it yet I am planning on it soon I enjoy it and I think it's best one that I own so far and I plan on buying another one soon
ProsIt is the best air rifle that i have seen in a long time
By Bruce
Logansport Indiana
November 9, 2014
Pretty nice little gun for the price.
I can say I am very satisfied. My groupings in .177 and .22 are very consistent. Have no problems with the scope either. Its not a high dollar gun by any means but good for what you paid for.
ProsEasy barrel change and not a bad little scope.
ConsMight be a bit tough on a lady to break and return barrel.
By c
orlando,florida
February 15, 2014
very good gun for the money
very powerful,cheap and it is accurate
Prosvery powerful,good sights,dual barrels,cheap
Consnot one
By Jackson
Columbus, OH
February 1, 2014
This is not the same gun as sold at Wal-Mart
Great gun for the money just as with most lower end break barrel rifles it is not a flawless machine. For the average air gunner it is great. Do not confuse this with the Beeman rifle sold at Wal-Mart, they are not the same and those comparing what they got at Wal-Mart seem to not know that this is not an air rifle sold at Wal-Mart. The Kodiak sold at Wal-Mart is a different model than the RS-2.
ProsDual Calibers Accurate Price
ConsNot as Powerful as similar single caliber rifles.
By John B
washington state
December 3, 2013
excellent
I have many air rifles some far more expensive than this. this one is the right size and weight. it is properly balanced. and you can tell exactly when the trigger is going to fire. for aiming these are the most important things. the fact that its beautiful is just a plus. If my house was on fire this is the only gun I would run in to save I have owned this rifle for 4 years and many thousand pellets I shoot it every day. excellent rifle.
Prosworth far more than I paid
Consnothing
By Andy Mattson
SLC Ut
August 30, 2013
Wal-Mart
After looking at the ones at Wal-Mart, I did not like it, then founds ones sold here from Airgun Depot or at Big 5 are not the same. Reading some of the posts about the ones at Wal-Mart, I am glad I got mine form Big 5, and I would have got it here but Airgun Depot wont take cash. It takes a clean barrel to launch an accurate shot. A light coat of oil is a must too. You must not hold it tight when you shoot, The trigger is adjustable, for what it is a spring gun its not bad. I am shooting a dime 5 out of 6 at exactly 20 Yards(66 Feet) with a half decent rest. with the 22 bbl. I give it 4 stars as the open sights are sloppy, I took em off.... jury is still out on the scope. OK so far. Watch this video about shooting spring guns http://www.pyramydair.com/article/The_artillery_hold_June_2009/63
ProsValue. $$$ for what ya get, I paid more but I am convinced I got a good one.
ConsI think the open sites should be re-designed
By Ben
Polk, Pennsylvania
June 24, 2013
It's ok..Not my cup of tea.
I bought this and have had it for over a year, I was very upset that I was missing the scope mounts when I purchased it (Someone Swiped them not the company's fault). I can't get it sighted in to save my life. The iron sights will not sight in at all. I've had my dad and my grandad try and they can't get it either. I have finally got the barrel to lock tight. It does a lot of damage. I shot a few chipmunks and pigeons. 1 shot takes them down easily. Very Powerful Gun. Just don't like the iron sights.
ProsVery powerful. Effective and Cheap.
ConsIron Sights refuse to sight in at all.
By Ray
Devils punchbowl california
June 10, 2013
Best bang for your buck!
The beeman dual cal is awesome! Comes with a zippered case and shoots.177/.22 pellets. Its versatile and can be used for plinking to hunting! My only issue is that it needed to be disassembled and reassembled with loctight. The scope is decent but should be upgraded to see the real potential of this rifle. I've eliminated all the gophers, rodents, and rabbits! Soda cans are popped at 100 yds in 20 to 30 miles per hour winds with .22's all day!
ProsComes with case, shoots.177& .22's, beautiful stock, Has scope and open sights!
ConsNeeds locktite! Scope upgrade to bring this up to 5 star!
By Joshua
DE
June 9, 2013
Love it, Price, Accurracy, Power.
I have had this for a week. LOVE IT! My first guns were the black cadet and various starter .177 bb/pellet guns. The cadet shot 800 fps usually, very accurate... My friend had showed me his high end gun shooting .177 pellets, not too long after I bought the Crosman storm xt (very not high end). I loved it for years, never had a problem, even dropped it in the water once long ago. The gun shot 1200 fps stock, who knows now. The problem was with the gun shooting hot and hard to get accuracy. Great penetration with points. I bought this, it took me longer to assemble the scope, then to zero it. Great knockdown power with the .22. Lots of fun target shooting, the 4x32 scope is a little short on power, but I hit pretty much everything I shoot at. Just make sure you mount your scope correctly the first time.
ProsLove the trigger pull, nice heavy feel to the gun itself.
ConsThe locking mechanism on the break barrel is looser then my other guns, although easy to check for being loaded.
By A.D. Wilcox
N.W. Louisiana
April 3, 2013
A real let down.
I purchased this model and found it was a piece of junk. It wouldn't shoot a group with either barrel. I tried it with the open sights and had no satisfaction with either barrel. I mounted the scope and it still wouldn't group. I tried several different brands and models of pellets, it still wouldn't group. I've been called an excellent shot by many people but this gun made me look like I've never fired a gun before. I went and bought a good scope, it didn't help. My advice is to not buy this product.
ProsThe price.
Cons Too many to list.
By John
Arizona
December 24, 2012
Defective right out of the box.
Bought one in 2010 at Walmart. The spring mechanism would not catch the trigger when I tried to cock it. Took it back to walmart and found that most of the other Beemans like this one, may have been damaged in shipping. I thought they were just B stock rifles that were sold to Walmart for a cheaper price. I went back 2 years later (Christmas 2012) to see if there was improvement but only to find the same problem again at Walmart. Packaging inside broken. 22 barrel slammed into the stock with nicks and scratches. Inspected other boxes and they were the same. Looks like they were all dropped on end for the barrel to bust the packaging and slam into the butt. B stock or just bad handling?
ProsLooks and feels like a deer rifle.
ConsHave not had a chance to test one. Buy one from a sporting goods store, not walmart.
By Brad
West Texas
November 16, 2012
Power for your cash
I bought this at Walmart and went ahead and put the .22 barrel on it. I tested it out on some solid wooden doors stacked against each other and at 20 feet had penetration through both doors. When I checked it out. it was stuck in the wall behind them. My only complaint is that Walmart didn't include the carrying case.
ProsAccuracy Power Easy reload
By Kyle
Pittsburgh, PA
August 24, 2012
Good rifle for a starter
I have put about 550 throught the .22 barrel and 250 through the .177 and I like the .22 better. I got it at walmart for like $50 cheaper and I am kinda satisfied. The .22 is good for shooting cans and small birds like sparrows and starlings. I cant shoot a 3 inch group with a bench rest at 15 yards. I got this mainly for a groundhog thinking it would do the job. Nope. I got th .22 and went outside to sit and I got the groundhog on surprise at 10 yards shot near the heart and it still lived chased after it. Got within 5 yards of it, got a good shot, still didnt kill it. I still cant believe that. I was using Crosman Premier HollowPoints. It had to be shooting around 750 fps and I calculated the fpe to be 17.7 fpe. Its buddy was around 8 pounds and he was about the same size. I was extremely disappointed. It needs more power for my liking. It also rusts a lot on the barrel. The quality is good, its pretty heavy, heavier than my deer rifle. The scope is okay. I am yet to find out how it does with squirrels.
ProsHaving two different calibers The cheap price
ConsThe trigger The accuracy It needs more power for my liking The weight
By Raymond
Meridian, MS
March 15, 2012
awesome
This is a really good great for hunting or just plinking cans. I take it hunting with me alot efective up to 40 feet its a cool gun . I like the dual caliber its worth every penny.the cocking is a little hard but its worth the effort.it also is very loud and it vibrates a little
Prospower,accuracy,dual calibers,kickback
Cons.177 cal loses accuracy quickly and its very loud
By George
Kearney, Nebraska
December 28, 2011
Good for the price
It is a very good gun. It is very accurate. The .177 caliber okay, but with the .22 caliber it is even more accurate. The scope is good but but I am more accurate with the iron-sights. In my opinion it is more fun with the iron-sights because it take 8-10 shots just to sight in the scope and the scope isn't even that accurate. I would recommend buying a new scope for it. It is a little bit hard to cock, but it gets easier and easier every time you do it. If you are going to use the .177 pellets more often, I recommend using pellets 10 grains or more, but other than the scope being hard to sight in, it is a very good gun.
By Joseph
Franklin, NC
December 9, 2011
got what i paid for
i found it air rifle combo delightful it got my squirrel problem under control the .22 barrel was the most accurate it took alot of shot to sight in and had to sight it in about every 9 to 10 shots.it supervised me that it was not very loud. i took sever squirrels out at a time before they took off. and the .22 kill them in one shot. the .177 i had to finish off. the .22 i could take a squirrel out at 60 yards every time it was good up to 80 yards. the .177 was all over the place at 40 yards. i killed a wild hog with the .22 it was the most fun. and it drop them dead in there tracks
By Satisfied Customer
February 14, 2011
Beeman RS2 Dual Caliber
This gun is a great buy! Its got wonderful accuracy and very well made. The scope is great too, I've shot over 1,000 shots through it and never needed adjustments. I recommend only using high weight pellets in it because low weight pellets will damage the main spring. I recommend over 10 grain. What I really love is the dual barrels. In my opinion, the .22 is the most accurate with dime sized groups at 30 yards, and quarter sized groups with the .177 at 30 yards. If you get this, you will not be disappointed. It does have a bit of recoil but its definitely manageable. All in all, a great buy for a GREAT price!
By Louie
November 30, -0001
Beeman RS2
Really liked the idea of getting two barrels for the price of one. I have really enjoyed this RS2, accuracy has been much better than I would have guessed. I would recommend this gun to anyone who wants to have some fun. Squirrels don't have a chance.
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Q&A
By garrett knorr from Colorado Springs on February 6, 2012
I was wondering if i could put the barrels, stock, and scope in a back pack? The website doesn't give much information on this gun. Also is the scope going to last a long time (good quality)? I want to be able to see a clear picture at about twenty five yards. Last thing is the case it comes with good?
By Grant Parker from Memphis TN on March 8, 2012

Answer:
Case it comes in is very great! it can act like the backpack you would like to carry it in. It depends on the size of the back pack but this gun can be a little heavy to keep on your back at all times.

By Char from Sutton, Alaska on July 3, 2012
I have this gun and absolutely love it, I am bummed though, I have lost the little screw that you tighten when you switch barrels, do you know what kind of screw it is so I can replace it?

By Billy joe Molina from Falls city TX on July 5, 2012

Answer:
It is a 5/32 allen wrench. My name is Billy Joe Molina and I have had this air rifle for over two years and it is still doing it's job killing rabbits. It is a great air rifle!

By Kyle from Pittsburgh, PA on July 25, 2012
I just found this rifle and I might get it in a day or two. I like the idea of having two different calibers, so I can do plinking and pest control with the .177 and pest control and other things involed like that with the .22. But I have concerns. I have read that the screws that you take out to change the barrels have fallen out. What is a solution to fix that? Also, for the .177, what is the best pest control pellet and plinking pellet, and with the .22 what is the best pest control and hunting pellet? Also, would this be accurate and powerful enough to take out groundhogs from 10-30 yards and for rabbits, squirrels, and birds like European Sparrows and Starlings up to 40 yards with either the .177 or .22? Would the noise disturb the neighbors? It would be nice if in the answer you could put good things and concerns about the rifle. Thanks.

By Mario Medina from cidra pr on August 6, 2012
do you ship this item to 00739?
By Staff on August 7, 2012

Answer:
Hello Mario Medina,
Yes, are able to ship to Puerto Rico, however, there are restrictions for certain types of air guns.

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