Written on: 09/12/2005 by springer (5 reviews written)
Light to carry
Easy cocking stroke
Nice open sites
No arrestor holes
Not threaded for silencer
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 has paid dividends. With this gun being full power the exocet is quite a jumpy rifle but nothing that an experienced spring gun shooter can't handle, Webley's mach1 trigger is terrific and helps you place those shots where you want them. The gun comes equipped with open sites which I left on because I founed them very useful for ratting. The plain stock is nicley finished though I suppose a few more inches on the cheekpiece would be appreciated there's no safety with this gun but it's performance more than makes up for it. The cocking stroke is silky smooth and very light. Theres no arrestor holes fitted which would be helpful to cancel out scope creep with it being a lively gun. That's pretty much the exocet just a basic spring powered power plant made by one of my favourite company's and breathed on by the venom custom shop which makes this rifle one of the best budget guns availiable, no frills but does what you want it to. A perfect starter gun or for those on a budget.
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