Beeman Chief II PCP

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    Coaster500
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    Has anyone shot the Beeman Chief II PCP Air Rifle? 2000psi, pump friendly. Comes with sites…and $199 …  don't own a pcp yet and there is no info on the gun…

     

    Thank you

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    Coaster500
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    Beeman Chief II PCP Air Rifle

    • Fiber-optic Sights
    • 2,000 psi air tank
    • 10-shot repeater
    • Bolt action
    • European hardwood stock

     

    One of Beeman's most popular PCP air rifles just got an upgrade. The affordably priced QB Chief pellet rifle now comes in a 10-shot repeating model – The Chief II.

    Based on the existing Chief platform, this repeater features a 10-shot rotary magazine, the same two-stage, adjustable QB78 trigger, a 21.5" rifled, steel barrel, 136cc air cylinder with a 2,000 psi pressure capacity and an ambidextrous hardwood, Monte Carlo stock with a raised cheekpiece.

    With reported muzzle velocities of 1,000 fps (in .177) and 830 fps (in .22), the Chief II PCP air rifle from Beeman is an ideal entry into precharged pneumatic airgun shooting, with plenty of power to take out nuisance animals, small game, target shoot and plink. Beeman reports up to 50 shots per fill in .177 and 35 in .22.

    This rifle's air reservoir ends with a male quick-disconnect Foster fitting for fast refills (requires a female Foster quick-disconnect adapter to fill from a scuba tank or hand pump)

     

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    BN-1328 [PY-4851-9721]

    Beeman Chief II .22-cal PCP Air Rifle with Fiber-optic sights

    Included:

    • Beeman Chief II .22-cal PCP Air Rifle
    • 10 shot magazine
    • Single-shot tray
    • Owner's manual

     

    Caliber .22" (5.5mm)
    Max Velocity 830 fps
    Stock Hardwood
    Grip Ambi
    Color Brown
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    JCD
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    Never owned/shot an HPA version but its a rebranded QB78 / 79 variant. You can at least start there to read about the action etc. Archer Airguns has been one of the main QB places for years.

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    UCChris
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    I'm pretty familiar with the QB series and they are a really good bang for the buck. I thought about picking up a Chief II to mess with and turn into a little plinker but I ended up picking up a Flash to play with. 

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    Coaster500
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    Thank you..   I was hoping someone had shot one and could give a little feedback about the multi shot operation and if it funcuntioned correctly…

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