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★★★★★

“The Webley Patriot Air Rifle is the best over all...”

Written on: 29/04/2005 by mmartin (1 review written)

The Webley Patriot Air Rifle is the best over all spinger besides my FBW 124. Devastating power with awsome down range performance. Shooting sub 1/2 groups the second day I recieved it with open sites at 30 yards. I own 3 other springers that just don't come close to this gun for over all perfomance… Read Full Review

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“I have had a Webley Patriot for quite some time now...”

Written on: 23/01/2005 by Casey002 (1 review written)

I have had a Webley Patriot for quite some time now and have found it to be very accurate and quite a satisfying shooting experience. Don't expect very good accuracy until 500 to 1000 rounds are put through it. Always check the tightness of all fasteners before shooting. I have also found that a thoroughly clean bore is essential for any degree of accuracy. As for the recoil, it is more that most air fifles, but come on it's not as bad as a rimfire. Are the people in these reviews adults or… Read Full Review

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Tallguy606's Response to Casey002's Review

Written on: 15/06/2007

Love my Patriot too. I could feel the action moving a little bit in the stock after about 50 shots, so I "bedded" the back end of the action with epoxy mixed with sawdust, also a little along the left and right side at the front (greasing metal good first). Now no movement at all. Still check the screws often though. Mine shoots excellently, 880 fps with .22 Benjamin domes, .75 groups rested at 80 feet open sights, super power, blows through my wood backstop. Excellent rifle in all respects.

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“I have had the Webley Patriot for almost a year now,...”

Written on: 22/12/2004 by Squirrel1 (1 review written)

I have had the Webley Patriot for almost a year now, and I am very pleased with her. When I took her out of the box I was very impressed by the fit and finish of the rifle. The blueing was very nice and the stock was nicely finished too. At first it seems a bit heavy, especially with a scope added. So I would say that this is not a rifle for the smaller person. Also the cocking effort is on the high side, however this is to be expected with a 29 - 30 foot pound rifle. After I shot it for a… Read Full Review

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“Finally got a .22 Webley Patriot after reading all the...”

Written on: 17/12/2004 by tallguy606 (6 reviews written)

Finally got a .22 Webley Patriot after reading all the reviews. Sold my .20 R1 to get more power. Love my Patriot, it just blasts whatever you shoot at. I shoot open sights with Crosman Wadcutter pellets and am hitting empty shotgun shells from 30 yards, even with 53 year old eyes! Super velocity and power, far more impact on target than my R1 .20. Am looking for possum, nutria etc in woods, I just know this rifle will drop them like a sledgehammer. I love this gun and will never sell it… Read Full Review

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“I purchased the Webley Patriot gun for the .25 cal...”

Written on: 28/11/2004 by KG1 (1 review written)

I purchased the Webley Patriot gun for the .25 cal knock down power. I also own a RWS 350, and a Beeman 950, and can give a comparative viewpoint of this rifle. The Beeman 950 is not in the same league but is a lots of fun and very accurate. The RWS is powerful and the pellet blazes through anything you shoot, and is the best for long-range shots. But for knock down stopping power the Webley Patriot is the gun to have. I just got the Patriot and have not tested it at longer-range shots but… Read Full Review

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“I find the Webley Patriot has tremendous power as much...”

Written on: 18/04/2004 by kwkeltner (1 review written)

I find the Webley Patriot has tremendous power as much as anyone would need for a pellet gun. I spent hours and hours (days into weeks) and did not find the pellet that would come out with consistent accuracy with the rifle. I tried match pellets and six other different makes and vaireties but could not get the gun to be consistent with accuracy. I used a pellet rounder to try to add consistency to the pellets - it did not help. I am quite disappointed with the rifle, to have spent so much to… Read Full Review

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Thobern's Response to 151950_kwkeltner's Review

Written on: 29/09/2004

Webley is having its guns made in china with cheap cpmponents. I had a nimbus the sheared within a tin of pellets.

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Rhino3007002's Response to 151950_kwkeltner's Review

Written on: 30/09/2004

Why not send it to venom for them to sort it out for you they are excellent with customer service and would be able to smooth out the recoil and deepen the scope rail seat. Let me know how you get on best of luck Paul / rhino3007@aol.com

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“I bought a Webley Patriot a few years ago and have to...”

Written on: 17/03/2004 by ferdia (3 reviews written)

I bought a Webley Patriot a few years ago and have to say it was a pretty disappointing experience. The rifle was a .177, probably a rarity for a patriot, but I was tempted by it's supersonic capability. Power wise I had no complaints. At 50 yards it could put a pellet through an empty drinks can *without knocking it over* I put a pellet through a jam jar without the jar shattering at 20 yards. No, the beef I had with the weapon was the recoil. Such a powerful recoil made it to all… Read Full Review

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“I have just read through all the reviews on here for...”

Written on: 09/02/2004 by tommy6206 (1 review written)

I have just read through all the reviews on here for the patriot and it seems most have never shot 1 or are just rubbish shots. I shot 1 yesterday for the first time. It has been sat on the dealers shelf for 18 months that I know of. I was shooting at 50mtrs with bisly pest control pellets with OPEN sights plus they was a strong wind ,I was able to get 2" groups with out a problem. It does have some weight behind it but then thats because its built so solid the finish is A1 and accuracy… Read Full Review

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“I'm now the proud owner of a Webley Patriot .25.I...”

Written on: 10/12/2003 by nzCraig (5 reviews written)

I'm now the proud owner of a Webley Patriot .25.I traded my Cometa Fenix in,as I was looking for more power.That's just what you get with the Patriot and heaps of it.I use to think my Fenix was a big air rifle,but seen it beside the Patriot made it look small.The Patriot is the type of air rifle that commands respect eveytime you pick it up.The build quality is fantastic,wood,metal etc and is a great looking rifle. Ok it's a heavy rifle and it take's a bit more effort to cock, but the pleasure… Read Full Review

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“I got the Patriot in .25 cal. and Im very happy with...”

Written on: 20/09/2003 by WVhunter (1 review written)

I got the Patriot in .25 cal. and Im very happy with it. I got the gun for hunting (squirrels mostly) and It really does a good job. For their size, them bushytails are tough critters but when the pellet from the patriot hits, it leaves a very deadly impression. The cocking effort is not as bad as people make it out to be. This is a very hard hitting hunting airgun. It has to have some cocking effort to get that kind of power. The Patriot is more than you need for shooting pop cans in the… Read Full Review

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“Just bought a .22 cal Patriot a few days ago after...”

Written on: 12/05/2003 by jacksniper. (1 review written)

Just bought a .22 cal Patriot a few days ago after wanting something more powerful than my RWS .177. Along with the gun I order a few different cans of pellets ( beeman Crow Magnum and Silver Bear, Bejamin Diablo, and Predator Ballistic tips. I was instantly impressed by the high quality craftsmanship (aside from the shameful sights). The bluing is very deep, the stock is beautifully designed. First shot was with the Predator pellet in my back yard. Put out an old, heavy, large ,plastic… Read Full Review

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116681_Jake.'s Response to 96967_jacksniper.'s Review

Written on: 18/07/2003

if any one nows ow to stop this air gun snaping screws please email me. I ahave had nothing but trouble with this gun from day one..and it has crocked the stock were the last screw gose in behind the trigger gaurd.

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Tallguy606's Response to 96967_jacksniper.'s Review

Written on: 03/09/2007

My Patriot was ever so slightly sliding back and forth in the stock. I mixed up some 2-part epoxy and sawdust, half and half, greased the back half of the action and the front of the action near the holding screws, spread expoxy mix onto stock, and bolted everything back together. Wipe of any oozing excess. Next day, gun is rock solid, better accuracy, no breaking screws because action fits exactly into stock, no movement at all. Easy to remove action if wanted. Makes a great gun better. Also did this with my R1.

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Cnsane's Response to 96967_jacksniper.'s Review

Written on: 03/12/2003

That would be called blue Loc-Tite and allen head bolts, Jake. I believe the front two are 1/4-28. The stock cracked by the trigger guard because you let the front bolts get loose and the guard screw was trying to anchor the action. I don't have one bit of trouble with mine at over a thousand shots, but always check the tightness of all my bolts and screws before I start shooting.

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★★★★☆

“a great, unique rifle, extremely powerful and accurate...”

Written on: 10/05/2003 by webley. (1 review written)

a great, unique rifle, extremely powerful and accurate enough when you've learned how to shoot it
one of my favourites, never going 2 part with it!… Read Full Review

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Cnsane's Response to webley.'s Review

Written on: 03/12/2003

It's not the spring losing power, it's the fact that it stops dieseling as it breaks in.

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“i had this rifle 1 year ago and i don't rate it at all...”

Written on: 27/02/2003 by gary. (1 review written)

i had this rifle 1 year ago and i don't rate it at all due to appalling accuracy, it has good power but nothing else. I now have a weihrauch hw 90 which is just as powerful and alot more accurate and is better because it uses the theoben gas ram system which is more consistent… Read Full Review

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76595_Frood.'s Response to 76211_gary.'s Review

Written on: 01/03/2003

I can one-hole 2, 3, sometimes 4 shots in a row at 30 yards with the Patriot. You can't ask for more than that. I can't say why you can't shoot the Patriot. Admittedly, I did have a Theoben gas ram installed.

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Trade's Response to 76211_gary.'s Review

Written on: 10/06/2004

Hits the nail on the head, the Patriot is utter junk and anyone who has ever shot more than 1 gun would know it

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The Hunter No1's Response to 76211_gary.'s Review

Written on: 21/12/2003

have you tried varied pellets?unless there is a real problem with your webley,you will find the right ammo.good luck.

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Cnsane's Response to 76211_gary.'s Review

Written on: 03/12/2003

Just another guy who won't learn the proper technique to shooting a magnum springer accurately.

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Cheriyadri's Response to 76211_gary.'s Review

Written on: 15/09/2003

Dear Einsteen
<br>I would like to buy HW90 gun but ,can you please tell me how much power goes down when the wether is hot?
<br>Thank you.

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103333_Einstein.'s Response to 76211_gary.'s Review

Written on: 02/06/2003

1st of all the Weirauch isn't as powerful. Second, the Weirauch's power goes down when it's warm outside.
<br>3rd, it's HUGE.
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<br>Give the Patriot time and you will learn to shoot it.

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“I bought this rifle when my mate bought his Hw 90,...”

Written on: 22/02/2003 by johnny. (1 review written)

I bought this rifle when my mate bought his Hw 90, they're both as powerful as each other but his is nicer to hold and is more accurate. It is also better than my patriot because of the gas ram system as it will not lose power as my patriot has already started to lose power making his hw 90 more powerful now. So don't buy this patriot buy a hw 90 i'm buying one soon and selling my patriot… Read Full Review

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Cnsane's Response to 74842_johnny.'s Review

Written on: 03/12/2003

Whatever you say, Gary. ..I mean Johnny.

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Rhino3007002's Response to 74842_johnny.'s Review

Written on: 30/09/2004

how much do you want for patriot rhino3007@aol.com

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Fredrik Sweden's Response to 74842_johnny.'s Review

Written on: 21/02/2004

I can buy your gun.
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★★★★★

“I've owned mine for 5 years now and couldn't be...”

Written on: 20/02/2003 by dave. (1 review written)

I've owned mine for 5 years now and couldn't be happier with it's power. bExcellent accuracy can be obtained if you use the right pellet and learn to hold it the right way. I find a very light hold works for me. What really makes this gun great is it's versatility. If you ever tire of shooting the standard fodder, buy a 5# bag of hornady #3 buckshot. It is harder than pellets and has far superior penetration characteristics. Also, I've had success shooting hard cast pistol bullets..250 caliber… Read Full Review

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“I've already written a review of this gun but it's...”

Written on: 25/01/2003 by Frood. (1 review written)

I've already written a review of this gun but it's time to set the record straight. Have you noticed that there isn't anyone saying "this is an okay gun"? They either love it or they hate it. There's a reason for that and I think it's all about pellet choice. The Patriot throws out heavy pellets at just under the speed of sound (1080 fps). If you use a lighter pellet, it goes supersonic. Quick story: when I bought the Patriot I used the pellets that I had handy, Crossman 14 grains. The first… Read Full Review

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Birdlarsen.'s Response to 67948_Frood.'s Review

Written on: 09/02/2003

You hit the nail on the head. It is all about pellet selection. You were talking about the .22 cal I believe but I have the .25 cal so I don't have to worry about super sonic. Ok, here goes my results, no exaggerating, and I am no marksman. The RWS Diana Magnums .25 are awesome when it comes to accuracy (in my gun). I got my Bushnell 4-12x40mm Trophy and started testing the range with different pellets. Some grouped very, very bad, but some grouped better, and one (RWS Diana Mags) grouped awesome. My brother land surveys and he measured 80 yards on the dot. We sighted the scope in and with a tripod rest shot amazing. We were plucking off 12oz beer cans full of water and beer bottles full of water 8 times out of ten. Thats a small bird sized object and this gun is for hunting so thats great because 80 yards (ACTUAL 80 yards) is a long way for a pellet gun. And let me tell you it was still moving with some force, blowing through the cans and leaving holes the size of my index or middle finger in the back. It was fun to see the delay after shooting and then the bottles exploding a second or 2 later. Anyway, in conclusion pick the right pellet and this gun can do amazing things.

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Farmerboy's Response to 67948_Frood.'s Review

Written on: 12/12/2008

I found this review helpful because... its honest and straight to the point

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Tetryl's Response to 67948_Frood.'s Review

Written on: 06/02/2005

Finally, somebody who knows what he's talking about, nothing but praise from me on this rifle.
<br>But you not only got to have the strength to cock it but the brains to use it.
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<br>Best Regards,
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<br>Tetryl

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“Ok, I was trying to decide whether or not to get the...”

Written on: 17/01/2003 by BirdLarsen. (1 review written)

Ok, I was trying to decide whether or not to get the Patriot for a very long time. I read every review at this site (as well as many others), talked to dealers, and visited shops to see for myself. Finally, I bought the .25 caliber version (you can put other caliber barrels on it to make it a .22 .20 etc.). I didn't buy it to "show-off", I bought it for one reason only, an accurate, powerful, ADULT-size, HUNTING weapon. Now it's my turn to say a few words about this gun. At first reading… Read Full Review

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103719_Einstein.'s Response to 66100_BirdLarsen.'s Review

Written on: 03/06/2003

I totally agree with BirdLarsen. His review says it all; this is one hell of a gun, but not for all. If you move from match (card) shooting to this rifle, you're in for a surprise. But give the gun time and you won't be dissapointed. I shoot hunting rifles of all sorts and then this gun isn't a problem. Weightproblem? Wait 'till yer eightteen boy!
<br>Get a good scope with dampa mount en you will shoot the sox of a fox!
<br>But don't expect the performance of a fire-arm, driving a GTI won't qualify you for the Monaco GP after all.
<br>It's a airgun for the hunter. No more, no less.
<br>Best advice: TRY IT !

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Farmerboy's Response to 66100_BirdLarsen.'s Review

Written on: 12/12/2008

A very good and honest review i am buying a patriot shortly i will post a review

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Kukareku's Response to 66100_BirdLarsen.'s Review

Written on: 04/02/2007

$500 for a springer? Get a PCP and have even MORE POWER with NO RECOIL!

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Piscesguy's Response to 66100_BirdLarsen.'s Review

Written on: 28/02/2004

Hi Birdlarsen, I thought your review was excellent! As a big game hunter I know my 30.06 that\'s zeroed at 200 yards will shoot a couple of inches higher at 100, and then drop quickly. My question is for rabbits and pheasant I\'m sure the arcing of the .25 isn\'t a problem, but for smaller game birds that require more pin-point accuracy at various ranges is it? If your scope is zeroed at 40 yards with the .25 will it shoot within a 1.5 inch circle from 10-50 yards? If you see this and can answer my question it would be really appreciated. Thanks, John

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Clane121's Response to 66100_BirdLarsen.'s Review

Written on: 13/10/2003

Well Put!, by BirdLarsen and Einstein. One final point, if your going for your first ADULT AIRGUN and your not an occasional to avid firearms enthusiast, start with a bit less air gun. I bought this gun just weeks after getting into air gunning and it took me weeks to learn to shoot it. ( I couldn't hit anything at a distance. )
<br>And, while I really wanted to blame my inexperience on this air rifle. It was me...
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<br>I now have a 6x24x50 scope on mine and can consistently peg empty 12ga. shells @ 50 yrds., ( shell stood up ) That sure as hell made a believer out of me. It also impressed the guys there dialing in their 7MM Mag
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<br>Case in point: I think you get it...

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Dick's Response to 66100_BirdLarsen.'s Review

Written on: 13/10/2003

Yeah BirdLarsen, you're right. Your review places the Patriot in the right perspective.
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<br>I own a HW 90 (.22 and .25), a Patriot (.25) and a Rapid MKII (.22.
<br>In terms of accuracy I rate the Rapid No.1, the Patriot No. 2 and the HW90 No.3.
<br>But that said: the Patriot is still more than adequate on 40-50 yards in the field. It is a truly hunting tool, nothing for the backyard plinkers. (I leave the fox to my Remington 7 mm magnum)
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<br>The HW90 is ok on lower power levels, but when it is adjusted to the same muzzle velocity as the Patriot and Rapid MKII the accuracy is gone.
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<br>Cheers, Dick

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★★☆☆☆

“I bought one of these about a year ago thinking I was...”

Written on: 08/01/2003 by urbantiger. (1 review written)

I bought one of these about a year ago thinking I was moving up in the world. The gun has awesome power, one of the reasons I bought it. However I found it wasn't very accurite at all at beyond 20 yeards or so. Power is nothing without accuracy. I have shot with guns with a lot of recoil before and was fine with them so I can only see the gun as being at fault. However one reason for this might be it was a second hand gun. Overall for this particular gun I would advise anyone to save a little… Read Full Review

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“Anyone who makes the claim that the Patriot/Kodiak is...”

Written on: 07/11/2002 by Airgunner4life. (1 review written)

Anyone who makes the claim that the Patriot/Kodiak is not accurate, simply hasn't practiced enough to master the recoil and hold sensitivity. I can shoot 5 through one hole at 30yds, and I'm really not that great. The power is pretty good, and I have noticed no spring fatigue. The gun is heavy, but a sling will "cure" that. For the money, one might strongly consider a PCP. However, in keeping with spring piston simplicity, this gun is great… Read Full Review

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Trade's Response to 48941_Airgunner4life.'s Review

Written on: 10/06/2004

30 yards? well worth getting a FAC rated airgun for. You could do with trying a decent gun such as a Tx200. You will find out how accurate a good air rifle is.

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★★★★☆

“I am from Wales and i rough shoot a lot and found the...”

Written on: 08/10/2002 by steve. (1 review written)

I am from Wales and i rough shoot a lot and found the Webley patriot gun ideal for that as its rugged and sturdy. This gun is typically English made as you can see by its quality. It's accurate, it's got good weight but the price is steep - i paid £300 for it with no scopes - but it's worth it. I can kill a rabbit at 80yrds with my 8x56 scopes with ease.
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