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|Max Velocity||685 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-8 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade and Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
Things I liked: I was impressed by the wood stock and the overall fit and finish.
Things I would have changed: The trigger and plastic trigger guard.
What others should know: I really like the quality of the wood stock and the overall look and feel of the gun. I'm still working on getting the gun sighted in and finding the best pellets to shoot.
Things I liked: Everything !
Things I would have changed: Need some kind of pad or something ,were the pump lever closes against the cylinder.Leaves a mark and taking off the finish.
What others should know: But it ! Best air gun I ever bought !
Things I liked: The weight and balance makes for accurate off hand shooting hitting targets out to 27 yrds with no problem. (Ground Squirrels) This rifle is easy a 40 yard rifle.
Things I would have changed: The manual needs more information on how to adjust the wind age. I had to go back a few years on reviews to find out how. Also how to oil the pump head.
What others should know: The wind age screws are firm to turn but that is what holds zero. Example: to move P.O.I. to the right, loosen right screw just a little and then turn the left screw till it is snug. Also the gun was hard to pump until I read a couple year old review which stated to put a couple of pellgunoil on the pump head not in the air hole. Now I can put all day even with my left arm. This is the most accurate and fun to shoot rifle. It is a must to have in your gun collection. I got the 10 for 10, always get it. Another great Tom"s Pick! I use the 22 cal Crosman hollow point 14.3 grain. Dead on accurate.
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?
Are these still made in USA (year 2015)?
What are the triggers like on the 392? Pretty heavy??
I can't speak for this model but mine is the 342 the 70's version seems crisp and predictable .
|Max Velocity||685 fps|