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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 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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By Mark from USA on 2016-12-19
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Things I liked: perfect fit, a quality product. I have had several Williams products through the years.

Things I would have changed: nothing!

What others should know: a Benjamin Airgun, with a Williams peep....I hit my target every time!!

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By paul from USA on 2016-07-25
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Things I liked: All metal. It's very adjustable and was easy to install. It's much more accurate than the iron sights installed on my Benjamin 392. I'm getting groups half the size I was before.

Things I would have changed: I would have liked a longer height adjustment screw. I'd pay an extra dollar or whatever for a screw to allow longer shots at lower velocities.

What others should know: Lots of talk that it was easy to strip the screws. I used the right tools for the job and had no issues. It's a precision instrument so treat it like one.

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  • 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?

      • james from USA asked:

        Will this Williams sight fit Gamo Whisper Fusion?

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