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Air Venturi Williams 64 Peep Sight

Air Venturi Williams 64 Peep Sight

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PY-A-5

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Williams Peep Sight for Benjamin Sheridan multi-pump rifles manufactured in the last 5 years. Factory-drilled and tapped for easy installation. Comes with two screws for mounting.


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Item Code: AV-BJ1418 [PY-A-5]
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By ryan from USA on 2017-02-10
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Things I liked: It is a nice sight. Good picture, easy to install and accurate. Groupings shrink. It even starts off looking nice.

Things I would have changed: For the money I spent on it, I shouldn't have to disassemble, get out a file and paint- there is a ridge that prevents the sight from adjusting all the way down. File, file, file... reassemble, disassemble... Well, you get the picture. Quality control!!!

What others should know: The windage and elevation adjustments are crude, but effective. There are not many other open sight sight options for the 392/397s, and once you have the sight on and in it really is very effective with a significant shrinking of groups. This review may be a little on the negative side, but I would definitely buy this again, but for almost $40 I think they can step it up a little.

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By Paul from USA on 2017-01-28
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Things I liked: Fits the Benjamin 392 (.22 cal.) nicely.Easy to put on. Tightened the group size compared to the factory sights.

Things I would have changed: Make it click adjustable sight adjustments for both windage and elevation. Should come from the factory already installed on the rifle. Maybe a slightly smaller viewing hole in the rear sight or alignment marks on the rear sight .

What others should know: Due to the negative comments I read about the sight and rifle combination I hesitated to buy it. The sight installed on my rifle had plenty of clearance between the bottom of the sight and receiver. Once sighted in the elevation was two marks above the lowest possible setting. The windage setting was two marks to the left of the center mark. There should be enough adjustment left for any pellet I might use at any distance that I might shoot at.

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By Lloyd from USA on 2017-01-08
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Things I liked: Well made and fits air rifle correctly. Very easy installation.

Things I would have changed: Needs a taller front sight and a higher mounting.

What others should know: As a normal adult, when this sight is mounted, the front sight is too short. The rear sight must be elevated a great distance to get a proper cheek weld on the Benjamin 392 and still see the sight picture. I have had to go to a scope mount and a red dot sight as I am stuck with old eyes and can no longer use open sights.

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  • Michael from USA asked:

    Hello I am looking to upgrade my open site for my Diana 34 (dated 08 02) will this sight, work or is there a better sight for a Diana 34? Thanks

    • Nathan from USA asked:

      Considering purchasing this sight to replace the scope on my 397 from the early 1990s. How do I remove factory rear sight? Do I need to use a wood block or mallet to knock it off, out of the grooves? Thanks.

      • michael from USA asked:

        I have a Silver Streak made in 1968 or 1969 that I would like to put a peep sight on. Will this on work on my gun?

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