Things I liked:Nice quality wooden stock, pump handle is comfortable and easy to grip while pumping the rifle. Power is above average and adequate for small game and plinking. The rear sight is rather difficult to adjust for windage but it can be done with a little effort. The trigger takes a fair amount of pressure to fire. Things I would have changed:Crosman should put dove tails on top of the receiver, this would allow for easy scope installation. As it is now you must purchase a specialized mount that fits over the receiver or barrel. The rear sight should be easier to see, using a fiber optic sight like the Discovery model would be nice. The trigger pull should be better but it's acceptable. What others should know:The first time I tried to adjust the rear sight for windage I had to remove the two screws and use a center punch to loosen the rear sight. Once this was done I could then use the screws to adjust the windage. A scope is highly recommended since the iron sights are not that good.
Things I liked:Easy to mount, I mounted this scope on a Benjamin 392 22 cal multi-pump rifle. The quality seems good for the price, optics are bright and clear. There is no adjustment unfortunately, but it seems to be alright so far. Things I would have changed:Nothing other than having the eye piece adjustable for anyone with other than 20/20 vision. What others should know:If your buying this for your Benjamin, be sure to use the Air Venturi Intermount and included Picatinny rail. This scope includes the correct scope rings so that will save you and additional $12.00 or more and you won't need to purchase separate scope rings.
Things I liked:This is superior to the B Square mount system suggested for Benjamin air rifles. Once installed it's solid and is not subject to loosening during pumping or firing your air rifle. Things I would have changed:Nothing needs changing, everything fits perfectly and was easy to install. What others should know:Just remember that the rail has slots in it so that scope rings with tightening bolts protruding from the bottom will fit into the groove. If you look at the picture of this mount installed, you'll find the long end goes towards the front. If you turn it around you'll have more adjustment for better eye relief.