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Old December 2nd, 2019, 04:39 PM #1
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Knock down .22

Brutality with air. Very hard shooting and hitting at 30 yards. One of my first air rifles.
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I'm going to assume that is a .22 PCP right? If so, which make and model is it?
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Old December 2nd, 2019, 07:13 PM #3
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No it's a break barrel which are the ones I like. That's why the bipod is so far back. Have 2 PCPs but I think I've only shot them a half-dozen times each and are for sale. It's a old Benjamin...got it about 7 yrs ago. Getting ready to redo it back to basic black.
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Are you telling me that is a 392? Wow, did you do all that work yourself? Did you do the valve/piston and linkage mods to it also? I have a 392 that I did all the power mods to and I can pump to 12 pumps and get it into the 700's.
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No, it's a Benjamin Genesis. Only work was cutting the barrel. It's a nice little shooter though. I saw a pic of a tactical rifle I liked and it looked similar so I cut off the barrel & added the scope, cheek rest and bipod. I think it'll go 75 yards...has quit a bit of punch. I use a cocking pipe as the barrel is too short for me to do it. Not enough leverage or arse!!!
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I gave up shooting springers when my arthritis got bad, Do you still have to use the "Artillery hold" if using a bi pod?
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Old December 3rd, 2019, 09:39 AM #7
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With side bipods, not underneath but I shoot prone most of the time and I'm not too steady w/artillery hold. But paper can't see me either way.😄😄😄
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