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Beeman P11 .177

Beeman P11 .177
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SKU B-2390
Manufacturer Beeman
Market price $614.95
Our price $549.95

Spring Piston Pistol

The P11 is an example of the Beeman tradition of never being satisfied, always working to improve every single productt with the Beeman family. Starting with the famous P1, adding ambidextrous competition styled laminated grips, fiber optic sights and a two-tone all weather finish; you now have the next world class Beeman pistol.

Note: If mounting a scope or red dot that requires rings on the P1 or P11, use the BKL 466 2 pc 14mm to 11mm adapter rail or the BKL 456 2 pc 14mm to Weaver adapter rail.

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1 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Jan 12, 2016
For those who enjoy spring-piston pistols, it's hard not to like the Beeman P-1 and its permutations, such as the P-11. Personally, when comparing the P-11 to my P-1s I find no distinct advantage to the target styled grip. Those with large hands might find the grip a disadvantage since my hand, which fits into size large gloves, barely fits the grip; larger hands will find the little finger hanging off the lower end. The P-11 is an aesthetically pleasing shooter which is what attracted me to it. The gray-white finish of the lower half is paint, or another type coating. It is not stainless steel.
Like the P-1, it is exceptionally well made and a joy to shoot. They are, in a word, incomparable, and well worth the cost. They are quite hold sensitive and demanding of smooth trigger technique, making them a challenge to shoot with repeatable accuracy. Many sessions of quality, patient trigger time pay dividends in tighter groups. Mine favors H&N pellets.

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