Webley Xocet Reviews

Click here if this is your business
★★★★★
4.6 / 5
91% of users recommend this
Click here if this is your business
  • Accuracy

  • Handling

  • Value For Money

? Ask our helpful community of experts about this product or company
Webley Xocet - Ask a question now

Media Gallery for Webley Xocet

Webley Xocet
Webley Xocet

Refine your search

Use the tools below to refine your search by only displaying reviews with a certain number of star ratings or to only show reviews from a certain time period. Eg click on '1 star' to just display the reviews we have which received a 1 star rating click or 'Within the last month' to display just reviews posted over the last month.

  • Average Rating Over Time
  • Within the last month ***** (From 0 reviews)
  • Within the last 6 months *** (From 0 reviews)
  • Within the last 12 months * (From 0 reviews)
★★★★☆

“When the Webley Xocet (carbin version .22) arrived...”

Written on: 19/06/2006 by Blackserpent (4 reviews written)

When the Webley Xocet (carbin version .22) arrived home, it was a nice suprise. Out of the box, the rifle was very good looking. It was so nice that I thought I had received the Longbow which is supposed to be a higher class airgun...). But it was the right rifle I ordered...Very light for a springer, easy to handle.The handstock is thick enough to fit perfectly in your hand. Webley didn't spare the wood to build it. The open sights seem very effective. If your shooting skills are good enough… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★☆

“As this Webley Xocet was my first gun I thought it was...”

Written on: 24/04/2006 by nathan14 (1 review written)

As this Webley Xocet was my first gun I thought it was awesome. I found it really good to learn the ABC of hunting with. I thought from a reasonably good distance it had good take down power and it was quite accurate if you had a good scope on it. If any one is looking for a "Webley Xocet" I'm selling mine now, it's in really good condition and I've made some good modifications to it to give it a more agressive hunting profile… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Bendavies555's Response to 239943_nathan14's Review

Written on: 25/08/2006

how much are you selling it for?

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Liamail121's Response to 239943_nathan14's Review

Written on: 19/02/2008

How much are you selling your gun for? Let me know asap thanks.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 2 Comments
★★★★☆

“Webley revamped their spring gun range not so long ago...”

Written on: 09/12/2005 by springer (5 reviews written)

Webley revamped their spring gun range not so long ago and what a good move it was too there 3 main guns are Exocet, Stingray and Tomahawk later became the Longbow all of these guns are named after military missiles and the performance of these guns show for it.
I have owned a Webley Exocet for about 1 year now and was suprised by the down range groups that I was achieving, with less than 30mm groups at 35 yards the gun shoots way above it's price bracket the venom influence on these weapons… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Wild Wllie Barret's Response to springer's Review

Written on: 29/12/2005

you can buy the carbine comes with a ff silencer, im 5 ft10 and find this gun too long when stalking with the gun flat to my leg. you do need a shoulder strap fitted nice piece though very reliable.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“The Webley Xocet gun is solid built like a tree I am a...”

Written on: 04/12/2005 by lj1991 (1 review written)

The Webley Xocet gun is solid built like a tree I am a first time shooter and this is a quality all my friends went for a BSA Lightning but I decided to go for the Xocet and don't regret my decision one bit. The open sight went straight away in place for a big telescopic sight after a few weeks with the gun I invested in a silencer (didn't want to annoy the neighbours too much) as the gun is very noisy. But I made the decision not to get the XS in 22 and to get the 1.77 and pay the premium on… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

347349_Joeblogs's Response to 219599_lj1991's Review

Written on: 24/02/2008

I found this review helpful because... I just bought a Webley xocet, and this review confirmed my good feeling about this gun

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“I bought the Webley Xocet about a month ago,and I am...”

Written on: 04/09/2005 by kirkeeboy (1 review written)

I bought the Webley Xocet about a month ago,and I am well chuffed with it.
I,m an air rifle virgin so I read as many reviews as I could on the guns in my price range(Xocet,BSA Supersport,Lightening) and after trying all 3 the Xocet came out on top due to its good solid feel and accuracy.
It took a few days of target practice to become totally happy,but I am now dropping rabbits at 30yds.
On the kicking front I fitted a Theoben gas ram 1 week ago and it seems to have tamed the noise and the… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★★

“My new Webley Xocet XS Air Rifle. What I think.... ”

Written on: 27/07/2005 by Jeffsarn (1 review written)

My new Webley Xocet XS Air Rifle. What I think....

First of all it is fair to give you an understanding of my own level of competence / experience with air rifles also my better than average understanding of mechanics and physics, for I do not profess to be an expert on Air Guns or for that matter, shooting.

I have owned several Air guns on and off over the years, including amongst others, (used) BSA Airsporter, BSA Meteor, HW77, Webley Vulcan, and a few others I cant remember. (New) BSA… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Rollod's Response to Jeffsarn's Review

Written on: 04/08/2005

Hi Jeff,
<br>
<br>I look forward to bumping into you sometime at Pete's...
<br>
<br>Impressed with the Xocet review. Am getting a bit fed up with having to get out the stirrup pump and charge up my S400 to be honest. May invest in another springer, or a divers tank at least in the not too distant future....
<br>
<br>As a past owner of a Vulcan, I'm glad to see that Webley are still doing the business.
<br>
<br>My first ever 'new' air rifle, back in 1984 however, was a Theoben Scirocco and though it was a great gun in it's way, I have come across springers that are it's equal. The recoil is reduced it's true but the gas ram has a different 'feel' that some shooters can't get along with.
<br>
<br>Have heard lots of reports that the HW90 and Theoben Evolution have certain.... issues...
<br>
<br>The spring, recoilless, rifles about at the moment sound interesting though. RWS ???
<br>
<br>Good shooting and regards.
<br>
<br>Rollo Davies.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Jeffsarn's Response to Jeffsarn's Review

Written on: 09/08/2005

Hi Wild Willie, Rollo.
<br>
<br>Re Smoke:
<br>
<br>Just keep using the gun, The excessive smoke is due to the factory lube in front of the piston. eventually it will stop. After a 1000 rounds or so, give it a good clean, pay attention to the clevis pin joint at the front of the cocking leaver, press some high melting point grease into this joint and lube the gate with suitable oil.
<br>
<br>I dismantled the entire gun, cleaned and lubed all components (excluding the piston and cylinder), I found that dismantling the trigger assembly, and refitting it with plenty of grease went a long way to improving the feel of the trigger.
<br>
<br>Pete's Airgun Farm, Pete is a great bloke, fair and very helpful, the indoor range is comftable, there is a radio, heating, lighting and plenty of magazines to read if you fancy a break. There are benches with seating and plenty of cushions for either your rifle or your bum! there are plenty of knockdowns and you can arrange the range as it suits you, there are plenty of mobile backstops for your own paper targets (I advise you take along your own roll of tape) it is well marked out for range both along the floor and at a glance you will see a series of boards suspended from the sealing, again marked with their range.
<br>
<br>Outside there are a couple of benches from there you can take your pick of 15 or so knockdowns they vary from about 15 yards to 67!
<br>
<br>If you have insurance you can ask if its ok to stroll around the 500 acre vermin shoot, there are purpose build hides dotted around the place, and Pete will issue you with your own map. If you are uncertain of the lie of the land, Pete encourages you to phone him to make sure you are in the right place.
<br>
<br>All in all this is a great venue, Pete is a great bloke and I look forward to my next visit.
<br>
<br>Hope the above helps.
<br>
<br>Thanks for the points on the Gas Ram Rollo, if anyone else has something to say on that subject I would appreciate it.
<br>
<br>P.S. The gun just gets better every time I use it.
<br>
<br>Happy Shooting
<br>
<br>Jeff

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Wild Wllie Barret's Response to Jeffsarn's Review

Written on: 07/08/2005

Excellent tech review very helpful I have just bought mine (my 1st proper one) I'm impressed by the whole feel of this gun, nice in your hands and well balanced. My only worry is that on dewy mornings is the stock going to be hard to grip when wet? Also why does it smoke so much should I clean the barrel a bit or just let it burn off? anyway rabbit for tea 2nite.... thanks

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 3 Comments
★★★★★

“I bought this Webley Xocet air rifle second hand from...”

Written on: 26/05/2005 by overkill001 (1 review written)

I bought this Webley Xocet air rifle second hand from my best friend and was instantly impressed, once you've got this thing you can get deadly groupings. This rifle is not a heavy rifle to carry around and even though this thing is 6 years old and has never had a new spring it is still capable of dispatching rabbits very humanley at 20 metres, going in one side of a pidgeons head and out the other and passing a pellet clean through a rat! I would thouroughly reccomend this rifle to anyone… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Aaron Jackson's Response to overkill001's Review

Written on: 15/06/2005

note that a gas ram upgrade kit (made by theoben) is now avalable in the UK that reduces the noise and recoil of the xocet. this upgrade can be fitted at home by any one

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“I got my Webley Xocet Air Rifle today from a local...”

Written on: 21/05/2005 by Pepe (1 review written)

I got my Webley Xocet Air Rifle today from a local shop in Bristol. It came fitted with a silencer and scope. It looks so high quality, everything is uniform and the stock looks lovely.
After firing my first shot, I was a bit surprised by how loud it was, but then the pellet has buried itself 1" into a hardboard target. A definite loud bang even with the silencer. Had to ask the neighbours what they thought of the noise… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Barnyboot's Response to Pepe's Review

Written on: 14/06/2005

what silencer is on your xocet? i have the Webley Black Hole Silencer on mine and it's quiet
<br>if you want a very quiet airgun go for any PCP with a siencer

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“I got the Webley Xocet standard Air Rifle yesterday...”

Written on: 01/05/2005 by carlronchi (4 reviews written)

I got the Webley Xocet standard Air Rifle yesterday from country man of derby for 145, I went in for the cometa 300 which was 119 but after holding it, it felt really cheep then I picked up the xocet and you can see just how well made it is. It's got a nice weight which helps with the accuracy. I am only 14 and while zeroing the scope I could allready get groups the size of a penny at 20metres with a nikko mountmaster 3-9*40 scope. Im wondering how you hold the gun when you are zeroing the gun… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Joelbarritt's Response to carlronchi's Review

Written on: 03/05/2005

I find the best way to hold the exocet is with a light grip i.e. tight enough to keep the rifle steady but loose enough to let it recoil freely upon firing as is the case with most springers.
<br>i find webley lasadomes one of the best pellets for the exocet they are also ideal for hunting.
<br>As for distances so long as you can hit a 3/4inch target at the distance you plan to shoot every time any distance is fine upto 40yards max there will be a site somewhere that shows you the kill zones on particular quarry i pressume you will be hunting rabbits in which case the kill zone is in the area between the eye and bottom of the ear although like i said i recommend you do a search and learn exactly where the kill zone is on your intended quarry

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Bertie's Response to carlronchi's Review

Written on: 28/07/2005

carlronchi....so you thought the Cometa felt cheap compared with the Webley.
<br>Well, seeing as there's a forty quid price differential I'm not surprised. (J S Ramsbottom's prices.)
<br>
<br>I can assure you that the Cometa's performance matches the Webley. Longevity? Only time will tell.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Carlronchi's Response to carlronchi's Review

Written on: 22/05/2005

this gun is so good its accuracy is amazing. This is my 1st gun so other people would be even better with it. get this rifle!

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Carlronchi's Response to carlronchi's Review

Written on: 08/05/2005

thanks alot for your quick replies, im testing webley hustlers they seem to be quiet accurate, ill get some lazerdomes and h&n trophy soon and try them. Does anyone know were apart from the head you can hit a pigeon to cleanly kill it?
<br>thanks, carl

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Canuckclaret's Response to carlronchi's Review

Written on: 04/05/2005

Steve - I find that H&N Field and Target Trophy pellets are excellent with the Xocet. Good accuracy, excellent penetration and damage. They feel slightly oily (?), so I'm sure they must be doing something benficial for your rifle, whilst destroying your targets! You should be able to pick them up for approx £6 for 500. Happy hunting :-)

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 5 Comments
★★★★★

“Bought 2 .22 Webley Xocet carbines, one each for me...”

Written on: 22/04/2005 by canuckclaret (1 review written)

Bought 2 .22 Webley Xocet carbines, one each for me and my son, after much research and many phone calls. Bargain at £139 from Blackpool Air Rifles! I can honestly say, I made the right choice. Plain classic lines, solid but not too heavy, it feels right even before the first shot. Using Haendler & Natermann Field and Target Trophy pellets - to test the accuracy straight out of the box, I put 2 pellets through the hole of a mini coke can at 10-12 yards, followed by a quarter inch grouping into… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Carlronchi's Response to canuckclaret's Review

Written on: 01/05/2005

Does anyone know if the stingray is any better than the xocet which I got yesterday. If it is then why?
<br>thanks

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“My first gun was a webbley and scott xocet 22 ”

Written on: 27/03/2005 by terry smith (1 review written)

My first gun was a webbley and scott xocet 22
After a couple of weeks I'd killed 2 pheasant loads of rats and 1 Squirrel and a few pigeons. I'm working on some magpies at the moment
My mate has a BSA METEOR and he thought that his gun was the best until I brought my xocet now his gun is rubbish compared to mine. We go out shooting all the time he always tries 2 use my xocet
I recommend this gun to anyone… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Poultryman's Response to terry smith's Review

Written on: 05/04/2005

Is there any body out there that has first hand experience of the Webly Exocet in particular the SX, and the BSA Lightning. In a straight comparison which one comes out on top and why? Taking into account all the good points and all the bad points witch one would chose?

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“I have the .22 XS version of the Webley Xocet (scope...”

Written on: 15/01/2005 by michealjackass (2 reviews written)

I have the .22 XS version of the Webley Xocet (scope only model, with fitted silencer). It's fitted with a BSA 3-9x52 deerhunter scope. This air rifle is, once zerod in correctly, very accurate indeed with the abillity of shooting through the same hole of a paper target at 35-40 yds consistently using the prone possition. It has a nice two stage adjustable trigger, wich has a clean predictable action. The stock of this rifle is ampidexterous but could benifit from a slightly higher… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★★

“I've owned the Webley xocet .177 carbine for roughly...”

Written on: 11/01/2005 by Joseph The Priest (1 review written)

I've owned the Webley xocet .177 carbine for roughly one week now and have had an excellent time. The exocet is the first gun that I've owned and compared to my friends SMK B2.22 custom It really does take centre stage. So far I've managed to take 3 crows, 1 wood pigeon and 1 magpie using open sights at ranges up to about 45yrds all have been clean kill shots. I'm very impressed with the rifle and I would recommend it to anyone, beginners and experienced shooters… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Adansie's Response to Joseph The Priest's Review

Written on: 15/07/2006

I totally agree though i prefer guns with no open sights.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★★

“The Webley Xocet is an excellent rifle and I am...”

Written on: 10/01/2005 by RayCharles (4 reviews written)

The Webley Xocet is an excellent rifle and I am pleased with my purchase. Having used in my youth HW80/HW35 and HW77, I was a bit unsure of this light weight British rifle. I got it from a gunsmith locally and had no salesman pressuring me; I could also see what I was going to buy.
The 4x40 Webley sights are good enough for the hunting I do and easy to adjust. Because of the recoil you should check that the sights haven't moved (you should check your sights every time you hunt sorry for the… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Canuckclaret's Response to RayCharles's Review

Written on: 22/04/2005

Hi. What make of silencer do you use? I'd like to fit one to my Xocet carbine but don't seem to be able to find one...

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Raycharles's Response to RayCharles's Review

Written on: 30/04/2005

I used a logan silencer, slip over kind. Problem is you have to make a metal cylinder to go over the end of the barrel where Webley have have removed some of the metal to fit the iron sights. Best thing is to get the universal webley silencer as this has the ability to fit over the barrel. It also is cheaper and does not involve altering your gun. Luckily I have access to machine tools. I have also ended up now with a HW97k which has an integral silencer. Had a go at the rabbits this evening and three shots had no effect on the grazers, they just carried on munching (25metres). so the sound supression must be good the thing that spooked them was me getting into a better firing position. One thing you must realise is there is still a lot of noise at the shooters end and the spring of the xocet makes a funny chang sound the real effect of a supressor is down range. Regards Ray

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 2 Comments
★★★★☆

“Bought the Xocet Xs .22 at same time as a friend we...”

Written on: 23/12/2004 by suzukirideruk (1 review written)

Bought the Xocet Xs .22 at same time as a friend we got a deal of £160, on the first day shooting my friend fired his and the stock split just behind the trigger (the barrel was not allowed to snap back or anything like that) His gun stock has now been replaced foc. I have found my gun to be very accurate but has quite a kick and spring noise to it. I had the gun chronod at between 10.5 and 11.5 ft lbs using cheap bulldog pellets. I have since fitted a theoben gas ram to it which has made the… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★☆

“I really like the Xocet at first. It's a light,...”

Written on: 29/11/2004 by willie801 (3 reviews written)

I really like the Xocet at first. It's a light, accurate and good looking rifle for a bargain price. What I don't like was the stock screws break easily, even I have tighten the screws everytime after the shooting. I've returned 3 Xocets to the gun dealer for my money back because of what it happened. It's a bit loud and it good enough to get your neigbors attentions. Also, I found a lot of twang on the Xocet. I am uncertain about the reliability on the Xocet… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Teeb's Response to willie801's Review

Written on: 16/12/2004

The problem with the stock screws could be due to overtightening! In my manual it recommends that the screws are tightend to 2lbs pressure!

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 1 Comment
★★★★☆

“I purchased a Webley Xocet carbine after I studied...”

Written on: 24/11/2004 by willie801 (3 reviews written)

I purchased a Webley Xocet carbine after I studied some reviews on the internet. I really like the rifle at first and thought it was well worthy for the price. It's very accurate, light weight and over all very good quality build rifle. It's a bit loud and would draw some of your neighbor's attention, a lot of twang, some spring vibrations and manageable recoils. But I had went through 3 Xocets within 4 months and sent it all back for the same reason, broken stock screws. The first rifle stock… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★☆

“The Webley Xocet is a accurate, light weight, compact...”

Written on: 17/11/2004 by willie801 (3 reviews written)

The Webley Xocet is a accurate, light weight, compact and good looking air rifle. I like it a lot after shooting it for a while. But I have went through 3 of them and sent back to the dealer within 750 shots of each rifle for same reason the broken stock screws. The third Xocet I received was replaced with higher grade steel screws from the dealer after it broke at the first time. After the first 2 rifle screws broken experiences, every time I checked the 2 stock screws was tighten before… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★★

“This Webley Xocet is essentially one of the best guns...”

Written on: 12/11/2004 by Leggy (2 reviews written)

This Webley Xocet is essentially one of the best guns that I have ever used. With every shot that I make I am confident that if I do my part correctly, the gun will perform perfectly.
This is the first air gun that I have owned, but I have had experience with many other rifles, and not only air powered ones at that.
It is a great first rifle. I bought it in .177, and it supplies easily enough power (12 ft/lbs) to take down a rabbit or a squirrel at 25 yards.
So, power is excellent. Accuracy is… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review
★★★★★

“If you are looking for a quick review, look elsewhere....”

Written on: 28/10/2004 by Billythekiller (2 reviews written)

If you are looking for a quick review, look elsewhere. This is a long, in-depth review of the Webley Xocet, so please bare with me.

For those of you who read my SMK B2.22 review, sorry for the lateness in this review. I promised it at the end of August, it is now mid October. Better late than never.

After being let down by my B2, I was hankering after a good spring rifle within a £200 budget. It needed to be accurate, high quality, and powerful, as I was going to use it for hunting. After… Read Full Review

If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Jedekiah's Response to Billythekiller's Review

Written on: 29/10/2004

The Webley Xocet is a fine gun, but this review, whilst being large, is in the popular style of the airgun comics. Sorry Mr Towler.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Druid 66's Response to Billythekiller's Review

Written on: 08/04/2007

Crikey!! A bag of frozen peas wrapped in a damp flannel is good for reducing Black Eyes mate.
<br/>
<br/>You're not one of the 'Chuckle Brothers' are you?!

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Teeb's Response to Billythekiller's Review

Written on: 05/05/2005

Congrats on your purchase of an excellent gun!
<br>
<br>Just a couple of notes though. Dont clamp your gun in a vice! I assume you did it to zero it! but the recoil might damage your scope that way. Second dont use a screw driver to push the pellets into the barrel you might damage the pellets which will affect accuracy or worse may damage the barrel. Lastly you shot a starling? I think thats illegal.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Leggy's Response to Billythekiller's Review

Written on: 04/11/2004

Great review, I have an xocet myself and everything that you have said is absolutely true. Great review.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Nicholasdownes's Response to Billythekiller's Review

Written on: 02/11/2004

Afraid I will have to agree with the first comment on your review. You really don’t seem too experienced, you should be shooting half inch groups at 30yds and through the same hole at 20yds. And a 4x40 scope is not big, many hunters wouldn't use that sort of mag for shooting. I only point all this out because people buy these guns based on your review, which frankly does not paint a complete enough picture.
<br>
<br>Sorry chap.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.

Bertie's Response to Billythekiller's Review

Written on: 29/10/2004

Well, Billy, someone found your lovely review unhelpful. Perhaps they clicked on the wrong spot as I found it extremely helpful.
<br>You didn't leave much unsaid, did you!
<br>Well done there.

Reply to this comment
If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider upgrading to Official Business Response for higher impact replies.
Report this review Read 6 Comments
overview