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Written on: 16/04/2008
Excellent all rounder. Bang on the legal limit for power British very accurate in the field affordable. The weight of the air rifle is a bad thing… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2008 by j cross (1 review written)
I am looking for a rear sight for my vulcan, can anyone help?… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2008
The Webleyt Vulcan is a great weapon for shooting targets or animals, i think itys a great gun to use and a lot of fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/02/2008
its a very good gun on tarket and extremly powerful butt does jam at the barrell… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2007 by jonesy22 (1 review written)
I would definetly buy another one. The Webley Vulcan air rifle is a great all rounder… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/12/2007 by the real bigfoot (1 review written)
I got my vulcan 2 months ago, and love it. it is perfect, it isn't some sissy rifle with no recoil like some pre-charged ones… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2007 by spectre7014 (1 review written)
I'm looking for a barrel for My 177 cal- please e-mail if you have an extra.. Everthing else on my gun is mint- unfortunately my nephew lodged an aluminum rod into mine rendering it useless. Excellent airgun… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2007 by Krupps (1 review written)
I would snap up a .22 if I could find one reasonably… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2007 by paulus beard (2 reviews written)
I bought my .22 Webley Vulcan back in the mid 80'S when I was in the A.T.C and still use it today, it is a lovely piece of kit and still as good now as it was then… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2006 by tallguy606 (6 reviews written)
Got a used .177 Webley Vulcan and am quite impressed. Has typical Webley quality, deep shiny blue, excellent fit of parts, excellent machining. Overall look is quite similar to Classic FWB124. Don't have chrony but previous owner claimed 858 fps with Gamo hunter pellets, seems about right. I like every thing about the gun, but be careful loading pellets in the breech. They just drop in, don't have a press fit like my HW rifles, be careful it doesn't fall out when closing barrel or you'll… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2006 by gamohunter (16 reviews written)
I bought an old Webley Vulcan Air Rifle, very good quality break barrel air rifle. It makes a good little hunter… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2006 by Shetishooter (2 reviews written)
I got hold of one of these Webley Vulcan rifles to do some pest control work and found it to be very poor, so I decided to strip it down to see what was wrong, with what should be a good rifle.
I found that the main spring and piston had becomed gubbed up with a accumulation of dirt and old grease.
Athough the rifle is no longer in production I had no problems in getting spares, so after a complete set of seals, pins, and main spring the rifle was rebuilt.
On testing the improvement in the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2006 by pedrop123 (2 reviews written)
The Webley Vulcan is a brilliant rifle I learnt to shoot with it 5 years ago. I have now been to Bisley for an annual 7.62 competition and I have had nothing but success with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I bought my Webley Vulcan in approx 1978/9. Used for a lot of years - many thousands of pellets. Not a thing went wrong with it. Made the mistake of lending it to a friend - never saw him again!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2005 by Vulcanator (13 reviews written)
I purchased the Webley Vulcan air rifle (the mk1 version) when I was 16, and used it to exterminate the local bird and pest population, which it did with great effect! I find the rifle to be accurate and quite durable. I left the UK in 1988, and left it in my gun cabinet for almost 17 years.
I had the opportunity to bring it to the US where I now live, and the blueing is still in great condition, and I shoot 10 shot 1-1.25" groups at 25 yards with open sights.
I've never had any problems… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/10/2005 by Moley61 (4 reviews written)
I could not get a test of any gas ram rifle so I bought the first (cheapish) gun that I could fit a gas ram to. It's a .22 Webley Vulcan Mk3 of unknown age or history. I followed the instructions to the letter(never having done anything like this before) and it took me about an hour to fit with no more tools than any home mechanic would have ie; screwdrivers, hacksaw, pliers. I bought a Combro CB625 to check any difference between the spring and gas ram. With unsorted Webley Lazapells the… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2005 by Moley61 (4 reviews written)
I bought a .22 Vulcan secondhand about a year ago. I have no idea of its history or age though I'm sure from visiting the Webley website that it is a Mk 3.
I have fitted a silencer (moderator) and a Theoben Gas Ram which transformed the rifle making it much smoother and more consistently accurate although it was good with the coil spring.
Theoben advertise the shorter 'lock time' of a Gas Ram as a good thing, I agree. This is the time between you squeezing the trigger and the pellet leaving the… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2005 by mr sheffield uk (1 review written)
I got my Webley Vulcan way back in 1980, I've looked after my Vulcan and use it most weekends, my 2 sons learnt to shoot using it, I've always had open sites never scopes, I've got lots of spares for my Vulcan if I see them in a shop I buy them.
I'm 41 now got the gun when I was 16, and hope to be still shooting it way in to my 70s wtg webley on a fantastic rifle :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2004 by mjwr57 (5 reviews written)
High quality for what it cost. Ultra short barrel makes for easy 1" groups at 40 yards. Very quiet at shooters end, action clicks rather than twangs or thumps. Superb for vermin shooting. Spares inexpensive - new spring under a tenner. My first choice air rifle. I don't know if these are still available now (got mine in 1996) but if you find a good 2nd hand example, snap it up!… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2004 by kinkyjohn1000 (3 reviews written)
I've had my Webley Vulcan Carbine for 8 years now and it's still absolutely awesome. I've had others but this is still my best shot/favourite weapon of all. Since having this master piece I've added a few items such as an antler scope and some silencer, I get about 2-3 magpies before they know what's happening. excellent… Read Full Review
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