Written on: 13/03/2005 by GavinMawston
Deadly accurate. Fast cycling of the magazine. The rabbit population is not safe any more.
Moving sound when it is not cocked or loaded. Don't know what it is but its internal. Standard PCP cylinder is no good as you fire so many shots it seems to run out too quickly.
The Webley Spectre is my first ever PCP rifle. I have had spring guns in the past and been fairly accurate. But this rifle takes the biscuit. Once I had zeroed the scopes there was no stopping me. Pellet on pellet time and time again. The only thing holding me back was the original scopes I had on the spring gun (4x28 nothing special). So off out to the local gun shop and some pennies later I returned with some 4-16x52. Now I have run out of space to shoot as my garden is only 25 yards and I can hit what ever I point the cross hairs at. Another bonus option is shooting at night. I have a 500w garden light which when turned on and shooting the pellets act like a tracer. Couple this with an illuminated rectile and you have a serious bunny basher.
All I can say is if you have the money go out and buy one.