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Beeman Predator .22 Caliber

Discussion in 'Air Guns' started by loose noose, Mar 30, 2021.

  1. loose noose

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    Man talk about quick shipping, ordered it on Sunday, and received it this afternoon, from Midway. Not bad Ten-MO, in just one day.

    Just finished checking it out, and the fit and feel, as well as the balance, seem to be just fine, as well as the mechanics seem to be quite well for a budget nitro air rifle. Now the scope that it came with, is a different story, reckon I'll give it to my granddaughter for her Daisy Red Rider. BTW I do have a red dot, that I plan on putting it on the rifle here shortly.

    I do plan on shooting it indoors in my garage just as soon as I get the targets set up, so I'll give a run down on it's performance here before too long.
     
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    Nice. Air is a great option now!
     
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  3. loose noose

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    Finally got to shoot it, as my back pain eased up enough to put a target up, and fired the first three shots into a shoot and see target. The first shot, using Crossman lead pellets I pulled off to the right, however the other two went slightly high but grouped well at 35 feet. Right now I've got an inexpensive red dot scope on it, and to be truthful just placed on the receiver and never even adjusted it for windage or elevation as my bore sighter would not reach the lands and grooves due to the faux flash suppressor or whatever that elongation on the end of the barrel is.. BTW all three shots were off hand. I do believe I'm going to leave the adjustment of that cheap scope right where it is, as most of my shots will be quite a bit longer according to my range finder.

    I also have some other brands of pellets, however, I just grabbed the Crossman as they were handy, and I've used them in another pellet rifle I had many moons ago.
     

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