Written on: 12/05/2003 by jacksniper.
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 more)
Written on: 10/05/2003 by webley.
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 more)
Written on: 27/02/2003 by gary.
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 more)
Written on: 22/02/2003 by johnny.
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 more)
Written on: 20/02/2003 by dave.
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 more)
Written on: 25/01/2003 by Frood.
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 more)
Written on: 17/01/2003 by BirdLarsen.
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... (read more)
Written on: 08/01/2003 by urbantiger.
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... (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2002 by Airgunner4life.
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 more)
Written on: 08/10/2002 by steve.
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.
I've found no beter gun at this 28lbs power level. (read more)
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