Crosman Benjamin Air Rifle

Priced: $169.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Crosman Benjamin Air Rifle -
These air rifles give you accuracy, durability and reliability. They produce 800 feet per second in .177 caliber pellets and 685 feet per second in .22 caliber. They are furnished with open sights. 19-1/4" black-finished brass barrel. Made in USA.
Barrel: 19-1/4".
Overall length: 36-1/4".
Weight: 5 lbs.
Cailbers: .177, .22.

Features:

  • Black finished brass barrel
  • 800 fps in .177
  • Adjustable sights
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Crosman Benjamin Air Rifle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Missing parts

Missing the rear sight elevation screw and crossblock. Thats not Cabela's fault, the box was closed up tight.
After making adjustments in aiming (no rear sight screw) I shot a 2" group at 20 yards off hand. Not bad,
1957Tbone at Cabelas on 01/10/2014

Most Reliable Airgun Ever Owned

It is not fancy. You pump it eight times and shoot it. But it has excellent grouping size, range, price,and reliability. I've had this rifle for 5 years now, and it still works like the day got it.
Loveairguns at Cabelas on 05/26/2012

quality air rifle

Just received my benjamin air rifle today, in the .177 caliber. 1 1/2" groups at 35 yards, right out of the box! This is one heck of a nice gun.
trapnfur at Cabelas on 07/18/2013

Negative Reviews:

Gun that wouldn't shoot straight

I bought the benjamin 392 two weeks ago and after much frustration am sending it in to be repaired. The gun will not shoot straight because the barrel is not properly centered. It shoots perfect groups to the far left of POA. I can bring it to within 1/2 inch of center at 21 feet, only by cranking the rear sights as far right as possible (with Williams 64 I even dremeled the adjustment to the extreme) and bending the front sight noticeably left, and holding at 5:00 instead of 6:00. Additionally, the muzzle was covered with over-spray and the forearm doesn't evenly mate with the stock. The gun shoots well, but not where it's pointed making it very frustrating to use. This gun appeared to have the front sight "hammered" out of the box brand new making me think they tried to tweek it in the factory. This gun never should have been sold. I had expected more from Crosman / Benjamin / Sheridan. This is just sloppy workmanship and very poor quality control. The gun isn't overly expensive but one should at least get something that shoots straight for this price.
5shooter57 at Cabelas on 08/09/2012