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Crosman Williams® Peep Sight.

4.5 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews
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  • Factory drilled and tapped for easy installation
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  • Receiver Mounted. Factory Drilled and Tapped for Easy Installation.
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Product Description

For current Benjamin and Sheridan rifles. Factory drilled and tapped for easy installation.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002IKE6K
  • Item model number: 64
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,088 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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works ok but you have to grind the bottom to lower it first if used with benjamin sheridan 392/397.. if not it will group high.

Funciona bien pero primero hay que limar el fondo pues queda muy alta para usarse con rifles benjamin sheridam 392/397. Si se deja como viene agrupa muy arriba.
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Jay Moreno says:

No, it is definitely NOT "Okay" but I had to give it 3 stars to get published.

Something here simply does not compute. I ordered this sight on August third, within days of taking delivery of my Crosman Benjamin 392. It did not arrive until today, 11/22. and only after I had a few stern words in reply to the e-mail from the seller a few days ago asking me how I liked it.

Well, sure enough, the pre-tapped holes on the right side of my 392 match up perfectly with the holes in the sight mounting, if you turn it upside down so that the aperture is backwards.

In order to mount it , I would have to clamp that part of the sight into a vice and take a grinder to it. I would have to grind off 15/32 of an inch on the two protusions, one beneath each of the two screw holes on the ends.

Some reviewers say they have no problems. Others cite this same problem - having to grind it to make it fit.

There is not enough room on the rifle for the holes tapped into the rifle to be too low.

The only possible answer that comes to mind is that there are different models of this sight and some of us are receiving the wrong model.

The plastic "safe" mine arrived in has a label with a bar code and the words "XOOOHEUBH7 New- Crosman Williams Peep Sight." Even worse, I just found the cardborad insert that came inside of it. What they sent me was a model 5D-SH. That is listed on the back of the card as being "5D-SH - for Sheridan Blue Streak and Silver Streak Air Rifles." There are descriptions of 6 other sights in the "%D series. NOT ONE is listed as fitting a Crosman-Benjamin Model 392. God only knows how many of us have been sent the wrong damned sight!
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I purchased this for a Benjamin 392. I don't know how Williams did this, but they manufactured the sideplate opposite as shown in the photograph. In other words, the large side screw with the silver ring around it, which is the elevation control, is on the left side instead of the right side as shown, and the single witness mark is on the right side on the bottom instead of the left top so only 1/4 of the 20 witness marks are able to line up with the single one. Mounted with no problem, sighted it in for windage and elevation by aligning it with the factory rear sight which happened to be at the bottom-most elevation setting. I thought I read somewhere that the front sight had to be either higher or lower to make this sight work, but I didn't find that to be true at all. I drifted the factory rear sight off with a brass punch and brass hammer. Fired four shots at 20 yards unsupported and they were centered within about 1-3/4" with no other adjustment. That was with me wobbling around, it would be tighter groups for sure if I had a rest, but that's all the accuracy I need. I can estimate drop after that so I won't need to adjust this. Much easier to see and align with the target using the peep sight over the factory one. I would give this five stars if it wasn't for Williams manufacturing incompetence as mentioned.
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09/29/15. This is a nicely made sight that fit my Sheridan C Series rifle very well. My rifle was made around 1977 before they were drilled and tapped for receiver sights. I used the sight base to mark the holes. The bolt, trigger assembly, and striker were removed before drilling. The 6-48 screws have about 4 threads that extend past the base that go into the receiver. I consider 4 threads the minimum and this is just about the thickness of the receiver wall. For this reason, I drilled and tapped all the way through. I cleaned up the chips and installed the sight. A quick boresighting showed that the sight needed very little adjustment to be on target. The rifle was assembled and a target and shooting rest were set up. After zeroing the sight, 3, 5 shot groups were fired at 12 yards. All three groups were easily covered with a dime. I feel that peep sights are much easier to shoot accurately than open sights and that this one is a good value for the price.
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I'm not sure exactly whether most of the blame for my poor rating of this sight is the fault of Williams, or the fault of Crossman/Benjamin.

I purchased this sight for my brand new Benjamin 392. The sight mounted easily and everything seemed to be fine with it. However when I began sighting it in I discovered the limitations of this sight, particularly in regard to windage adjustments. I noticed immediately, that with the sight windage centered, the rifle was impacting approximately 2 inches to the left of point of aim at a distance of about 20 ft. Despite shifting the sight all the way to the right, I could not correct this problem. I suspect that the alignment of the Benjamin barrel is off...or the front sight is misaligned....or both. So...I guess this is the fault of the rifle. HOWEVER....there is little you can do to correct this. The range of adjustment for windage is so limited that you can't compensate for it. I tried using two small washers as shims underneath the sight where it mounts to the rifle, just so I could get the sight a little further to the right. That allowed me to at least get the rifle to impact to the point at which I was aiming. BUT....one of the screws is so short that I could not get it to thread into the rifle. So....I've got one screw holding the sight in place. Not good. Now I have to try to find a longer screw that has the same thread count that will actually fit into the sight itself. Not sure I'm going to be able to get that done.

The CONCEPT of this sight is fine. It's not necessarily poorly designed. There are just not enough options for getting this sight to work correctly with this rifle. And I believe that may be due to variations in quality control with the rifles themselves.
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