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    Benjamin 392 pump air rifle

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    SKU PY-205-570

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    • Description
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    • feature iconBuilt & made in the USA
    To maintain the seals for a long time, remember to put one pump of air into the gun when putting it away after shooting. Whether you plan to shoot again the next day or not again for another 2 years, always put one pump into the gun when you're done shooting!

    This air rifle has no scope rail or dovetail. If you buy one of the scopes or dot sights listed in the accessories link, you will need either the Crosman 3/8" Intermount or the Air Venturi Weaver/Picatinny Intermount.

    An American classic! The Benjamin 392 .22 cal. rifle is a multi-pump pneumatic. The hardwood Monte Carlo stock is sleek and lightweight. The rifled brass barrel is finished in black and sends pellets out the muzzle up to 685 fps. You can vary the velocity by the number of pumps (up to 8). The 392 has the power and accuracy to take small game and pests, but you'll find yourself picking up this rifle every time you want to plink or shoot spinners.

    Although this gun has been made for decades, the manufacturer continues to put extra fine details in the rifle, such as a swelling in the forearm to make it easier to pump and a fully adjustable rear sight. You can put a scope on the 392, but you'll want to use the B272 intermount to do that.


    Don't forget to click on the AMMO link for a list of recommended pellets. The ACCESSORIES link has a list of scopes, fun targets and safety gear you'll need.
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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    685 fps
    4-Medium-High
    19.25"
    36.25"
    1
    3-8 pumps
    Rifled
    Blade and Ramp
    Adjustable for windage and elevation
    No
    Plastic
    Small game hunting/plinking
    5.5 lbs
    Bolt-action
    Manual
    Multi-pump pneumatic
    Single-shot
    5.5 lbs
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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Big Steve 244 from USA on 2015-03-23
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    Things I liked:Exactly what I expected. This air rifle fulfills my need for a multi-pump pneumatic rifle.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing.
    What others should know:Zeroing your sights and breaking in the barrel is a weary task. Don't try to do it all in a day or even a weekend. It's a workout that doesn't provide equal strength conditioning to both arms unless you alternate your pumping arm. I often shoot a couple of hundred pellets in a session with my other types of air rifles. Remember that one hundred full power shots with the Benjamin 392 equals 800 pumps. That's a LOT of work. Just saying ...

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By Chuck from USA on 2015-03-11
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    Things I liked:It's a classic rifle, love the wooden stock and variable power. Plenty for small game and pests. It's as light as my np trail pistol and with reliable accuracy. Just feels great to hold!
    Things I would have changed:Add a little thicker rubber stop to prevent such a loud crack from pumping. I alway clean the barrel so the overspray isn't a big deal. I do wish it had a little more fps, but not a big deal at all.
    What others should know:Definitely hit or miss on the barrel. Some rifle POI are too far left to compensate for. Not sure if cleaning the barrel is considered altering the rifle or not, so caution there. One thing I do know is, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BEND THE BLADE! Read that in a reply to a post and tried it to compensate for the too far left. Snapped like balsa wood. I was able to make a "trade" to fix that. Also not certain where exctly to oil the seals, I only oil as specified in the owners manual.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By Gregory from USA on 2015-03-05
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    Things I liked:Awesome stock. Plenty of power. This is a really nice air rifle. I bought it to compliment my 0.177 RWS model 34. I wanted a pneumatic gun but didn't want to pay the big bucks for a PCP. I added the intermount, scope rings, and a red/green dot pistol scope. If you decide to add a scope and use the B272 intermount, add a piece of duct tape under the barrel clamp and fully install the intermount before you install the scope rings. Otherwise, you can't get the intermount tight. I gave it 4 stars for accuracy but I only shot the gun with Crosman Premier Ultra Magnums. A different scope and pellets may help the accuracy. I also sighted it at 20 meters.
    Things I would have changed:It is difficult to to pump but I knew this before I purchased the rifle. Don't plan on shooting this rifle for more than a hundred shots each session. Your arm will be tired from pumping. That said, I dontvhave to drag around a scuba tank or hand pump. Another thing that's kind of nit picking the gun is the trigger pull. I'm spoiled by my T06 trigger on my model 34.
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    • Quincy from USA asked:

      Will this rifle have the power and accuracy it takes to put down an English Starling? These birds have a habit of killing the birds that feed at my home. They will also distroy the nests they find. I have a TR77 Nitro Piston that has the take down power but that rifle is not consistent when it comes to accuracy. I want a .22 caliber pellet for these evil fowl but IL restricts me to under 700fps .22 caliber rifles.

      • David from USA asked:

        My 392 shoots so far to the left that I've run out of adjustment on my Williams peep sight. Does anyone else have issues like this? Did I get a lemon?

        • Timothy from USA:

          Try taking a q-tip with paint stripper and cleaning out the first inch to inch and a half of the front of the barrel. Benjamin paints the barrels without blocking the bore so paint affects flight path. Try that and inspect the bore and maybe run a couple swabs through it. Should be shooting 1.5 inch groups off hand like mine is now after that same treatment.

      • Ron from USA asked:

        Can this rifle be left fully pumped for up to an hour for hunting without losing pressure or causing damage?

        • Timothy from USA:

          Yes. It's actually recommended that you leave ONE pump in the gun to keep the seals in tip top shape.

        • Lionel J from USA:

          Yes. I have done this many timesaver the years.

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      Classic multi-pump pneumatic that's ideal for hunting small game.

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      0.22" (5.5mm)685 fpsBenjamin-392 [PY-205-570]

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