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Earn 170 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||685 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-8 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Like many other reviewers this was similar to the gun I had as a kid, my Dad had the silver streak and I had the blue streak. Some great memories hunting cotton tails and doves, quail and pheasants with these guns. I also currently have several of the break barrel designs by Gamo and Beeman. These 392 Benjamin's seem like a very high quality gun. Even better than my old Sheridan. I still have an old 1974 Sheridan that fell off of a shelf from one of our Calif earthquakes but still operates. This Benjamin is a hard hitting gun & accurate too. I like the extra knock down power of the 22 cal. I now wished I wud have ordered the scope version as my eyesight is lacking. So I will now have to order the scope and special brackets. I didn't need this gun, but I wanted it, and I will enjoy it. I'm not shooting my supper anymore, but plinking targets is fun. I say to buy one, you will luv it.
Things I would have changed: The hardwood stock is beautiful, but kind of heavy and I'm worried about scratches and such. I wonder how a plastic stock wud do? I'm going to have to buy a case to protect the wood finish.
What others should know: I luv how there is absolutely no recoil. I was shocked when I first shot a break barrel. Loud as all get out and some recoil. I also have several Co2 powered airguns. At some point I may jump to a pre filled tank set up and a larger bore. I have several firearms that are much less expensive, but I somehow enjoy the old school technology of using compressed air to fire a projectile.
Things I liked: The stock is more comfortable than the original Sheridan style. Modern version of a classic air rifle. In a common caliber, you can get pellets anywhere. Good quality of materials, better than most air rifles being made today. Light weight. Decent power.
Things I would have changed: Mounting a scope would be nice but with this design it won't work for me. I will just enjoy it for what it is. Maybe I will add a peep sight in the future..
What others should know: Accuracy with iron sights is as good as I can do with any other air rifle using only iron sights .Accuracy is better than many air rifles than I shoot with iron sights.
Things I liked: Been wanting this gun for years. Finally got one! I am totally satisfied with it. I know it will last, because it is a quality product. Accurate, fun to shoot, easy to pump, reliable.
Things I would have changed: I installed a Williams peep sight, now i can hit whatever I see in range!
What others should know: Keep it lubricated and it will last a lifetime.
Does anyone know what kind finish is on this the stock?
Is there any way to make this air rifle more quiet? Many people compare the sound to a .22
You can actually purchase a moderator adapter and attach a moderator. I found one on E-Bay.
I have the older model 342 and theres really no way to make it quieter . Mine is quieter than a 22 .
I found this gun to be way more accurate if you do the artillery hold. I know that hold is for springers, but seems necessary on my 392. Did anyone else notice this?
If the artillery hold works for you by all means use it i say. I don't use it with mine and seems accurate to me.
|Max Velocity||685 fps|