Benjamin® Air Rifle
- Reliable pump-action air rifle
- Delivers .22 caliber pellets at velocities up to 685 fps
- Hardwood stock
- Fixed front sight
- Adjustable rear sight
Manufacturer model #: 392.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by dbl8ts Very Good Replacement I had hoped to have my older Benjamin Pump repaired - it will no longer hold a charge - however, it cannot be revived at a resonable cost.. I finally decided to replace it when I saw a Bass Pro 6-pay plan email. After receiving and shooting the rifle, I wish I had bought it sooner. It is a very well designed rifle and very well finished. Its bolt action has a positive cocking system, there is a safety on the trigger guard, and a trigger lock is included for safety when storing the rifle. The rifle shot a 2" group (10-15 mile per hour wind) at 30 yards right out the box. For a novice I believe that is pretty good. I am currently looking for an appropriate scope as I intend to hunt small game with this rifle. April 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by SquirrelSmasher Awsomeness i go to my uncles house in lake okachobee and there are squirrels everywhere. i bring my benjamin .20 caliber with a williams peep sight and i shoot squirrels left and right, this gun with 7 pumps goes rights through squirrels, i have never had to use more than one shot for birds or squirrel, this gun is also good for shooting doves off of powerlines and stuff it is an amazing gun, other than the fact that it is slightly hard to pump February 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by sinister900 still shooting true I've had a Benjamin air rifle for 20 years. I recently started shooting again it after years of letting it sit. It is still dead on at 30 yards with open sights. I've shot high dollar air rifles in the past and my Benjamin is just as accurate, if not more. You can't beat one of these guns. January 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by shadow432 best gun i ever shot when i first got this gun it did not work well. so i put on a scope and it is working better than any gun i ever had July 1, 2009
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A:.177 and they are owned and made by crossman these days. so you pay for the benjamin name and reputation but end up getting a cheap crossman. mine lasted about 6 months and there is pretty much no warranty once you get into the fine print. its junk.
Details:My WRS model 34 only shoots pellets and it would be nice to have the option to shoot BB's as well.
Details:i have a crossman pumpmaster 760 which shoots 675 fps fully pumped with pellets. it is .177 cal. is this enough to hunt squirrels? also, any pellet recommendations??
A:I have shot many squirrels with this model gun in my younger years. It works fine but the shot must be well placed. Head shots don't work as well as heart shots. For pellets, I like the RWS Super points. and the Beeman Kodiaks.
A:yea i do all the time but you have to get real close like 10 yards
A:i have a daisy bb gun that shoots 650fps and it kills squirrels. any gamo or crossman pellets are good.
A:yup! use the crosman destroyer or crosman premier hollow point. ive tested every style of pellet and those do the most damage to wood. they will take out any squirrel. i have a 760 and ive taken out plenty with it.
A:I have the same gun and use 7-9 pumps when hunting squrriel and other small game. I would have to recommend by far the best pellet to hunt with is The Desroyer by Crosman.
Details:i want to buy this gun but i dont know how old do you have to be
A:This question is best answered by your local sporting goods store or firearms dealer. Age varies in different localities. I don't know your current age, but if your parent(s) have no objections and believe you are ready to take on the responsibility, s/he can buy the gun for you. Otherwise, in most places, you may have to be at least 18 to buy it yourself.
A:If it has a rail system a 4 X 32 scope is a good size for a gun lots of types mostly universal if you have a rail system.
A:first you have to buy scope mount for this rifle which you can buy here but search for airgun/ air gun mount and the one which says 4 piece airgun mount and now you can add any scope you want but for this rifle i rocmmend to you to buy a center point, they are cheaper than leupold
A:yes i would do 10 just in case of wind but u8 should do the job with no wind
A:no, its a break barrel. you just break the barrel, load it and shoot it.
A:it goes to 8 pumps DON'T GO OVER 8 PUMPS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Details:what is the fps it does not say in the discription.
A:It has to say somewhere on it or someone will tell you you can or can't buy it because it has to be under 500 FTPS (feet per second
A:the .20 caliber goes like 780 - 800 fps, plenty to kill squirrels, rabbits, racoons, rats, possums, and birds and a lot of other small game
A:It should be too hard to pump if it is get gun grese for it and grease pump action handle and pump till you feel an easier pumping action.
I hope I'm asking this correctly? I have a 40+ year old Sheridan "Blue Streak" that takes .117 cal. 5mm pellets. I'd like to put a scope on it but it doesn't appear this gun has a "dovetail"(?) rail on it. So, is there a way I can still attach a scope to it - maybe something I can easily purchase at Bass Pro? Sorry, don't know much about air rifles. My dad found the gun in his attic and decided to give it to me. I've been shooting it recently and it's a GREAT gun! Even without the sight I've been able to become fairly accurate.
A:unfortunately if it doesn't have a rail system on it yoiu will have to rig something up. worst case sip tie the scop securely down then you are still able to sight it.
A:yes you can attach a scope
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