Buying a refurbished pellet gun?

Hello. I'm relatively new to guns, but this gun I am talking about is a pellet gun. I'm sorry if this is the wrong section to post this in but it didn't seem to fit any other category and this was the closest match. There is this decent looking pellet gun out there called the Benjamin 392, .22... show more Hello. I'm relatively new to guns, but this gun I am talking about is a pellet gun. I'm sorry if this is the wrong section to post this in but it didn't seem to fit any other category and this was the closest match.

There is this decent looking pellet gun out there called the Benjamin 392, .22 caliber. It's normal retail price is 150 dollars. However, if I buy the "refurbished" Benjamin 392 it only costs 100 dollars.

Should I go for this deal? What would the disadvantage of a refurbished product be? How would it be refurbished? Thank you so much for any help, I need to decide tomorrow to order for Christmas. Here are the links:

Stock/Normal - http://www.airgundepot.com/392.html
Refurbished - http://www.airgundepot.com/392-rm.html
Update: I would get a real gun but I live in a busy neighborhood. Not to mention I'm not old enough to legally buy one, but I'm almost there. I'm going to use this mainly for plinking but also for some hunting and pest control. My dad has a .22 break-barrel already and a .177 daisy BB gun. 22 caliber is popular... show more I would get a real gun but I live in a busy neighborhood. Not to mention I'm not old enough to legally buy one, but I'm almost there. I'm going to use this mainly for plinking but also for some hunting and pest control. My dad has a .22 break-barrel already and a .177 daisy BB gun. 22 caliber is popular around our house, plus has more of a punch which is why I like it more than the .177
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