Best Scope Mount For Benjamin 392 – Reviews w/FAQs

Benjamin 392 is a pump action shotgun. Like all other pump action guns, this one doesn’t come with a scope or mounting system either. That’s why, buying a separate mounting system for Benjamin 392 is quite important.

I know it’s a bit hard to find the best scope mount for Benjamin 392. That’s why I’m here to solve that problem for you.

Best Benjamin 392 Scope Mounts – [Editor’s Pick]

1. Benjamin Sheridan B272 3/8″ Dovetail Inter-mount

There are plenty of other people out there who prefer to buy accessories from the manufacturers themselves. That’s Benjamin made Sheridan B272 for Benjamin shotgun. It’s a 4-piece intermount design that makes Sheridan Rifles and pistols compatible with scopes.

The weight of the B272 is light as well. Weighing around 0.05 pounds is quite light in terms of the mounting system. The total length of the tool is just shy of 6 inches. The clamping mounts on this were designed to replace Benjamin B272 interments. To prevent screws from stripping, they use 2 stainless steel socket head caps.

Instead of CNC milling them with steel or aluminum, they are made from 3D-printed ABS plastic. Yes, ABS plastic is fragile compared to metal. But the design of them and how they stay together on the gun after mounting makes them durable enough to use with airguns.

Is it compatible with Benjamin 392?

Yes, they are compatible.

They work with riflescopes?

Yes, they do. But they are more compatible with red dot sights and scopes with longer eye relief.

What kind of scope do they allow?

Both Dovetail and Picatinny.

2. Air Venturi Intermount

Want to turn your intermount system of a Benjamin to Picatinny rail? Look no further, Air Venturi has just the stuff for you. This custom-machined intermount is made for Benjamin 397/392 and Sheridan multi-pump rifles.

It easily slips on the receiver of your gun. Installing this doesn’t require the help of a gunsmith either. The best part about this is, that you can just use this as intermount or turn it into a Picatinny mount as well. It comes with 2 pieces of intermount mounts and a Picatinny rail receiver that attaches to the intermount.

The two pieces of intermount are made out of CNC-machined aluminum. While the screws and Picatinny rail are made out of hardened steel. The combination of them both just works. While the steel is a bit harder and sturdier than aluminum, there is nothing wrong with the intermounts.

Where is it made?

This is made in the USA.

Does it fit the 392 PA?

It does.

Does it include scope rings?

No, it doesn’t.

3. Crosman 459MT 2-Pc 3/8 Dovetail Intermount

The final scope mount on the list is also the cheapest one. Just because it’s cheap doesn’t mean it’s bad by any means. This 2-piece intermount from Crossman is not like other intermounts. Instead of making intermounts with steel or aluminum, Crosman went for synthetic plastic material.

Yes, plastic. But the plastic used here is quite durable and sturdy. It’s tested under heat and made sure it lasts a sunny day in the desert. Yes, I know I’ve said in the past to not take plastic mounts. But please go back and see about the guns I was talking about in that post as well.

Thanks to the durability and reputation of Crosman, it’s one of the few plastic products that are highly recommended. And a pump-action gun won’t be able to damage this pair of intermount either. Keep in mind, that they don’t include any scope mount or Picatinny accessory.

Where is this made?

It’s made in the USA.

Will this fit on Crosman P1377?

Yes, it will.

Will this work on a stock Crosman 1322?

Yes, it will.

How To Choose The Best Scope Mount For Benjamin 392?

Here are a couple of tips that will help you choose the better scope mount.


We are working with a limited gun barrel and rear sight here. We don’t want to hinder the performance of the gun by any means. That’s why, taking a scope mount that will fit on the gun and won’t go excess over the limit is always recommended.


We don’t want to add too much extra weight to the gun. Luckily, none of the mounts I mentioned so far is heavy.


Often ignored, but can be a lifesaver.


There you have it. It’s rather a short article for my standard. But the 392 doesn’t have that much of a good mount to begin with. Finding the best scope mount for Benjamin 392 is even harder. This was my attempt at helping you in that regard.

Hopefully, you found this useful, and now you know which mount to go for. That’s all for today. I will be back with more, be sure to tune in for that. Till then, take care.

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