Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 Dual Caliber Air Rifle Combo with 4x32mm Scope

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Walmart #: 551698707
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  • Includes 4x32mm scope
  • Synthetic stock
  • Nickel-plated barrel
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    This dual caliber air rifle includes a 4x32mm scope. It features an all weather synthetic stock and a nickel-plated barrel.


    Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 Dual Caliber Air Rifle Combo with 4x32mm Scope:

    • Break-barrel action
    • Fires .177/.22 caliber pellets
    • Velocity: 1000/830 fps
    • 2-stage trigger
    • Spring piston-powered
    • 47.5" long
    • 8.75 lbs
    • Includes 4x32mm scope
    • Synthetic stock
    • Nickel-plated barrel

    Specifications

    Weight: 8.75 lbs.
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 10774
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 11.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 49.25 x 7.0 x 3.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551698707
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    by Newbie 6/6/2014
    • when shooting mine I go for distance.. .177 will go well out 150 yards and hit a 2inch target..and the .22 will go the same.
      by mcj781/24/2015
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    • http://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2010/05/how-far-will-a-pellet-travel/
      by LP202621/24/2015
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    • Pellets are light in weight, so wind affects them severely. The wind can take a pellet and add a hundred yards to their distance or take it away as well as blow it sideways 25 to 50 feet at 200 yards, with the 22 cal being less effected than the 177 cal. Most pellets will shoot fairly accurately up to as much as 150 yards but past that is pushing it a bunch. This pellet gun could shoot upwards of about 300 to 400 yards but has lost most of its momentum by 150 yards. There is nothing scientific about my answers here, it is just from experience.
      by Dymmot2/23/2015
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    • The usable range for accuracy is around 40 yrds or less, depending on the shooter, but the pellets will travel a couple hundred yards so be careful.
      by desertbikes1/24/2015
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    • The truth is…nobody knows. I have read references to pellets traveling a max of 400 to 500 yards. The newer references have the further distance. Dr. Robert Beeman wrote in his catalogs in the 1980s that “Most airguns have a maximum range of about 400 yards (366m) and are generally not capable of serious damage over 150 yards (137m).” Without question, 400-500 yards would be with the muzzle firing at an angle of 30 degrees to the horizon, which would give the greatest possible travel. Today’s guns show pretty much the same thing despite vastly improved pellets and power.
      by FlaBBgunner2/3/2015
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    • He asked maximum range it will travel, not maximum effective range. There are programs available on the internet which will actually calculate this depending on projectile weight and velocity. Google it! However, assuming a .177 7.9 gr chp going around 1000 fps at the muzzle, and pointed upward at the optimum angle, I would guestimate the range in the area of 350 - 700 yards. Assuming an unobstructed flight path! A .22 14.3 gr chp going 800 fps would probably have a similar range. Maybe a bit less.
      by DoubtingThomasOriginal1/19/2015
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    • Distance depends on pellet weight and caliber .177 will travel farther because its lighter than 22 cal. but 22 hits with more energy because its heavier. So 22 cal will always be slower , but it is a good hunting round i like better than .177 for hunting.
      by OATES0851/19/2015
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    • I don't know the maximum range, but the maximum effective range for this air rifle is about 35 yards. That means it still retains enough power to hit the target with enough force. It's the shooters responsibility to put the pellet in the right place. and I feel this is the max distance this can be done with this rifle.
      by DelawareDevil1/19/2015
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