Verdict for Webley Xocet
Webley XocetReview Centre Editor's Summary of independent consumer reviews plus facts, figures and features associated with this highly popular lightweight air rifle. Written February 2006.
Despite a couple of poor reviews the vast majority of Review Centre reviewers (over 60 to date) find the Webley Xocet an attractive choice down at the gun shop.
Accuracy combined with great power and good looks is a general opinion but the low price is also an enticing factor. If that hasnt made your mind up then maybe the lightweight frame of the Webley Xocet is the reason for considering this gun.
Its available in .177 or .22 as Standard or Carbine. Each model is available with adjustable open sights and deep grooves for the addition of a scope or a reflex sight. There is certainly nothing to feel shamed about carrying one of these down to your gun club.
Standard - 7.3 lbs (3.3kgs)
Carbine - (3.1kgs)
Standard - 17.5 inches (44.5 cm)
Carbine - 11.4 inches (44.5 cm)
Standard - 41.1 inches (104.4 cm)
Carbine - 35.0 inches (89 cm)
- Ambidextrous stock
- Sleek rear end to cylinder tube
- Two stage trigger
- Fitted open sights
- Adjustable fore-end jaws
Airguns And The Law (UK)
It is illegal to give an airgun to anyone under the age of 17 years. The following is also illegal. For anyone under 17 to be in possession an airgun unless supervised by someone at least 21 years old. To carry a loaded air weapon in a public place. To trespass on private land, or enter property without the owner's consent, with an air weapon. To kill or injure any bird or protected animal unless you are authorised to do so under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and to fire an air weapon within 15 metres (50ft) of a road or street.