1-year limited warranty
List Price $190.95 Save $41.00 (22%)
Want it delivered 05-21-2013
Order it in the next 16 hr and 34 min, and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review4 (21 reviews)
Things I liked:All steel and wood, no plastic. Multi-pump for variable power. The .22 caliber pellet is easier to handle with my big hands
Things I would have changed:The sights and trigger. The front blade is too narrow or the rear sight is too wide. At this price the sights are a disappointment. S;ghts should atleast be standardized for after market replacement. I had too turn the mount screw hole into a slot before I could get far ehough to the left (I am cross dominate so may be fine for most). I spent alot of time with files and a Dremol too get a smooth pull. NOTE: a small spring and ball is easily lost when disasmbling.
What others should know:I find it somewhat difficult to pump just 3 times. Three is plenty of power indoors at 10 meters. By time you buy a steel breech and other upgrades for a Crossman multi-pump you be at nearly the price of the HB22.
Things I liked:Very nice pistol. Finish on front sight missing. Wood grips and pump handle finished nicely. Have not yet shot gun so I have no read on accuracy.
What others should know:Pump mechanish very stiff and difficult to pump. May loosen up with use. My old 192 has a bolt with a stud on it that turns and fits in a slot. This bolt turns less than a quarter inch and is very difficult to manipulate. Will take much practice to master this.
Things I liked:The actual use of walnut isntead of hardwood or plastic is nice for a change. I was surprised by the acccuracy. Accuracy depends on pellets used, wind, condition of pellet skirts etc of course but 1 inch or less at 30 feet, 2 inches at 50 feet would be about average. Much past 50 feet and trajectory becomes more pronounced. Great gun as long as you don't expect it to be a .22 LR.
Things I would have changed:Trigger is pretty bad but I've been shooting for around 40 years so I've actually seen worse and it just takes familiarization. Longer grip would be nice.
What others should know:I actually starting shooting handguns with the 1950s or '60s version of this gun back aound 1974 or '75 couldn't hit a thing with it. Bought a Benjamin 342 rifle used from a friend of my btothers' for the princely sum of $15 and used it on pigeons and sparrows for years. The gun eventually developed problems and in those pre-Internet days it was basically impossible to find someone to fix seals or re-braze the receiver (it saw alot of HARD use) that would have killed a Crosman 760 in a few weeks or months as opposed to DECADES. I Need to break down and buy a new Benjamin 392 to see how they compare.