Things I liked:- Great value and cheap to shoot.
- Excellent workmanship. The woodwork on my rifle is beautiful.
- Plenty of power for vermin.
- Factory sights. This is an accurate and repeatable rifle within its limits.
- Trigger is great for this price. Things I would have changed:Nothing. The price would have to go up! What others should know:At maximum pressure - eight pumps - there is plenty of power for small vermin. Eight pumps was not enough to kill a cottontail rabbit with an eye shot at 20 feet however and this was a surprise. A second shot point blank was required to finish her. I was using Crosman PHPs.
The factory notch sight is good and the rifle is shipped sighted in for 30 feet. I recommend trying it before investing in the Williams peep sight. I can get 1" groups with it at 30 & 50 ft and haven't even installed the Williams yet.
As many people have mentioned, it takes some muscle to pump this rifle so it is not recommended for kids.
Things I liked:There were only a couple of choices for mounting a scope on the Benjamin 392 so I wasn't going to be too critical anyway. These Crosman mounts sit forward of the bolt so loading is not a challenge. The pistol scope seemed strange because I had never used one before but it works well and I like it. I've taken 100-120 shots since installation and sight-in and the scope is holding zero. Things I would have changed:Socket head screws instead of slotted. What others should know:Installation is easy. Don't over-tighten the rings or the mounts will loosen up. Use plenty of blue Loctite!
Things I liked:Plenty of eye relief and a great sight picture. Easy to sight-in at close range. Great value for the price. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I mounted this scope on a Benjamin 392 pump air rifle with Crosman Intermounts and Leapers Accushot rings (also from PyramydAir). It was strange at first looking down the barrel at a scope 18" away but the sight picture is clear and the field of view is more than adequate. I have my rifle sighted in for 30 feet and I shoot 1/2" groups and keyholes consistently. I use my Benji for pest control and I rarely need a second shot. I used to miss English Sparrows frequently with the iron sights because the damn things are so small and quick but I get them every time now.
Things I liked:These pellets are hard-hitting and consistently accurate at the short ranges I shoot. I've been using them to thin out the local starling and sparrow population with my new Ruger Airhawk and they kill very effectively at ranges of 10-25 yards. I've also fired the .22 cal pellets out of my Benjamin 392 pump and they are devastating against birds and rabbits, although less accurate in that gun. Things I would have changed:The price! Too expensive for pellets. Even in .177 cal they cost more per shot than .22LR rimfire ammunition! What others should know:These are for killing. Too expensive for plinking.
Things I liked:Reasonable price. Things I would have changed:The cleaning rod needs to be longer. The product description should include the total length (18" or 20.5" with a brush attached). There is no patch holder. What others should know:This is a cheap kit in both price and quality. I suggest spending the extra money to get a higher quality set.
Things I liked:Shoot great in my Benjamin 392 - best of the original 4 tins I purchased with the rifle. Reasonably priced. Good takedown on starlings and pigeons. Things I would have changed:Screw on lid. What others should know:Consistent quality and ballistics.