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|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: Solid construction. Proven design My 3rd Rifle now. My oldest is over 50 years old and is a Sheridan blue streek. My second was a silver streak in .117 About 15 years old. My latest is in .22. Love it ... I also have the pump up pistol in .22. No CO2. Or precharging. Adjusting the pumps for your specific shot
Things I would have changed: I would include the scope mount with a rifle purchase
Things I liked: Works like old one from 1950's.
Things I would have changed: Open sights suck on the weapon. Neither straight military sights nor "old" just fine sight of 1950's. Highly recommend the peep sight be purchased with it.
Things I liked: Very good quality...solid all the way around.
Things I would have changed: Actually, already done...and that was replacing the rear sight with a Williams 5D peep sight. Very much improved sight picture and accuracy.
What others should know: One thing I haven't done yet, and according to many who have reviewed this air gun, is remove the paint at the muzzle. I've had it about a week and I am still getting used to it. I got it for simple plinking, target shooting, and the occasional rat. I'm confident that if I shot at a rat now, I'd probably hit it, but, I still need to work on my grouping. I'm only shooting at fifteen yards, and as time goes along, I'll extend that out. I've wanted one of these for several years, so I finally scratched that itch. I realize that there might be better choices for a casual plinker, in that pumping the 392 up does take some effort for one shot, but I do have the advantage of variable power. There is a TON of information out there on the World Wide Web on this gun, and that's been very helpful. One of the things guys tend to whine about is the trigger. I gotta tell ya, mine is just fine out of the box! Crisp, clean, and relatively light. I might polish it a bit, but that's it!
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What Year did the Benjamin 392 get gold stenciling
Oh you mean the warning label towards the end of the barrel, and model number and caliber by the breach? I must admit its the first time I've noticed it, must be something new with all the hoopla about firearms and safety?LOL.
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what is the site radius of stock iron sites. and what is the site radius with Williams peep sight installed
I just received my 392 sight radius for stock sights is 14", the Williams sight radius is 21"
Is this a right handed stock, is the Cheek Riser more predominant on the right side of the stock?
392 can be shot by both right and left handed shooters
No, the stock is pretty much totally ambi
|Max Velocity||685 fps|