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1-year limited warranty
Earn 173 Bullseye Bucks
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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: well made gun. they shoot great and lots of fun to shoot!
Things I would have changed: nothing.
What others should know: young shooters might have trouble pumping this air rifle . when I was boy of ten years old I had a Benjurman .177 CAL. air rifle , I had to put the butt stock between my legs to hold it while I pumped it until I was older then I could hole the rifle with my hands then pump the gun without using the between the legs thing.
Things I liked: Just received my 392PA and Williams peep. It took a couple weeks since I gotta get mine shipped to my friend in a free state and he only comes down once or twice a month. Anyways, after inspection, lube and about a hunderfifty shots, the rifle not only meets my expectations, but my intimate recollection of its classic predecessors. Incredibly accurate with the peep & common crosman hollow points. I've yet to pump it more than 5 times because to me, for all practical purposes, it's a 15 to 20 yard rifle - but what a 15 -20 yd rifle it is. It's my third rifle from Pyramyd and probably my last... Well, maybe one more, but then really I'm done... Don't hold me to that tho. Nothing but pleased with all of them. So much in fact, I like to kid the PA in the 392PA stands for Pyramyd Air.
Things I would have changed: Don't get me wrong as I've recently been spoiled completely rotten on RWS T06. The 392 trigger's got a nice predictable snap with no long drag or what I'd call "heavy" pull, but still, I can't help thinking if crosman invested a little r&d on the trigger pull (dare I say their triggers in general), in every other aspect this rifle would shoot and feel as virtually indistinguishable from the pristine hermetically sealed 1963 Blue Streak it'll stunt double for as I ever hoped it would.
What others should know: It wouldn't pierce a tin can but I remember killing rabbit and squirrel at 10 yds with my $11 Daisy 87/70 Safari. So trust, 5 pumps'll hunt easy out to 20 yards. In my recollection, these pumpers lasted forever if ya never stressed them. Virtually everyone I knew who broke the fore end, got barrel separation or blew the seals couldn't resist the irresistible temptation to "hey, let's pump it up to twenty and see what it'll do.
Things I liked: Nice old school powerful pump!
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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|