Forearm and grip are handsomely carved with checkering.
Thumbhole stock provides that extra bit of control.
A raised cheekpiece on both sides of the buttstock means lefties will feel right at home using the Super Streak.
CenterPoint scope is secured with a 1-piece mount.
The Benjamin name is boldly carved into the underbelly of the forearm.
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|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Micrometer adjustable|
|Trigger||Two-stage, adjustable take-up|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Fit and finish are great. A solid weapon, nothing rattles or squeaks. Amazing power. I have the .177 cal. When using PBA pellets, pushing 1500 fps chrono'd. The stock scope is very capable.
Things I would have changed: The report is stout. My neighbor thought i was shooting my .223 blot action in the backyard. First shot made me jump. This thing is loud!
What others should know: Loud! PBA pellets are extremely lightweight and can be seen tumbling and corkscrewing past 40 feet by spotters as they create a supersonic shock wave. Use heavy ammo for the accuracy. Whatever you hit will be destroyed. This rifle is able to penetrate a 1 1/2 inch phonebook, a 2 inch thick cooler wall, and go 1 inch into a railroad tie in the same shot! Not a toy, mistakes could be lethal. Be safe. Have fun.
Things I liked: This is the right gun for me. I have heard all the talk about it being hard to cock, to big. Well for a 6'5" guy this is the toy for me. .177 cal, 10.5 grain pellets are a tack driver in this gun. Takes squirrels right out of the neighbors tree 2 yards away. Had to get a longer distance gun since the old Gammo chased them father out of reach.
Things I would have changed: Make a better trigger. I will be ugrading mine.
What others should know: I know this gun is discontinued but it still can be found in some stores. If you are less than 6' and 200Lbs, look eslewhere for your next gun. It's man sized.
Things I liked: Power: Awesome. I purchased this for Grackle and Pigeon control and it has done the job with spades. Accuracy: After initial sitein it has been a tack driver. I was expecting to have a 250 to 500 shot shoot in period till it settled down. It shot right out of the box....very suprised!! Craftsmanship: Incredible!! Mind you this is my first adult air rifle so this may be the norm for this type of air rifle. But it is a nice peice and well made! I have read about the flimsy trigger but I have no problem with it what so ever....once I learned the creep of it before the break it is easy to predict when it will break. Scope: I like this scope and once I locktited the screws there hasn't been any problem. Shoots where I aim every time. I have taken grackle with it off of the power lines out to 60 yrds from a support (usually the fence) and the 22 cal 14.3 grn pellet drops them like a rock.
Things I would have changed: Nothing at his point.
What others should know: This is a nice air rifle. Magnum power and it is heavy but that keeps it steady!! Firm cocking but manageable. I personally break the barrel and load the pellet before I start the cocking. I saw a video of a break barrel rifle that was discharged wil trying to load a pellet in it......took have of his knuckle of the thumb off!! OUCH!!!!
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|