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Beeman Quiet Tek .177/.22 Break Open Air Rifle w/ Scope, Black - 1152QT
Out of stock

Beeman Quiet Tek .177/.22 Break Open Air Rifle w/ Scope, Black - 1152QT

SKU 781067
Brand Beeman
Model Number 1152QT
UPC 026785011529
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Product Details


  • Series/Collection: Quiet Tek
  • Action: Break Open
  • Stock Type: All Weather
  • Magazine Capacity: 1
  • Caliber/Gauge: 177/22 Pellet
  • Safety: Automatic
  • Stock Material: Polymer
  • Barrel Finish: Black
  • Stock Finish: Black
  • Barrel Length: 16-1/2"
  • Overall Length: 47"
  • Loudness: 2-Low-Medium
  • Barrel Type: Rifled
  • Velocity: Up to 1000 fps
  • Power Type: Spring Piston


Enjoy two guns for the price of one. Sometimes, you need a .22 caliber rifle for dispatching small rodents, and other times you just want a .177 caliber air rifle for plinking and shooting bullseye targets. With the Beeman Quiet Tek DC air rifle, you get both. Quickly change from one caliber to the other. The .177 caliber will offer the most economical one as far as pellet costs go. But when you need that extra energy, replace the .177 with the .22 barrel and hop to it.


  • Beeman Quiet-Tek DC air rifle combo
  • Dual caliber
  • Spring-piston
  • Break barrel
  • 177 and 22 caliber rifled steel barrels
  • Single shot
  • 11mm scope grooves in the receiver
  • No open sights
  • Ported muzzle brake for extra cocking leverage
  • All-weather synthetic stock with textured grip and forearm
  • RS1 2-stage sporter trigger
  • Satin nickel-plated receiver and barrel
  • Includes 4x32 scope, mount, elasticized lens covers and 2 hex wrenches


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