Webley Longbow Review

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Matt.'s review of Webley Longbow

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“The Webley Longbow is very high powered and is quite...”

Written on: 02/04/2003 by Matt. (1 review written)

Good Points
Excellent power,
Good looks,
very good Safety catch

Bad Points
The seal around where you put the pellet in seems to be wearing already

General Comments
The Webley Longbow is very high powered and is quite light and looks great, however i am getting inconsistant pellet groups maybe its me, does any one have any tips for improving? Best pellets have been webley lazadome

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115138_Springer.'s Response to 85378_Matt.'s Review

Written on: 12/07/2003

Hey Matt the problem with ur inconsisitent pellet placement may be a number of things, maybe the seal on the barrel is worn and is leaking air. Also i find that if I lubricate pellets with oil the gun diesels and accuracy is lost so i prepare mine and coat them in furniture polosh which has beeswax in it, this improves accuracy. Maybe its ur technique remember NEVER rest spring guns on a hard surface you should take an easy grip using your leading arm as a base for the rifle to rest on and then just squeeze the trigger slowly don't snatch at it also that breathing has to be spott on as well. I use RWS superdomes instead of webley lazapell or dome the cost a bit more but are lighter and travel further you also get 500 to a tin.

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Guyrwood's Response to 85378_Matt.'s Review

Written on: 02/08/2005

I agree with the lube comment. If I lube my Lazadomes with Napier pellet lube, the gun starts to diesel after a while. Also, as I am learning, trigger control is an art that I will have to practice and practice!

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Wchilton's Response to 85378_Matt.'s Review

Written on: 13/09/2004

Matt, I've seen an accuracy problem caused by the spring being a bit tight inside the piston sleeve. Easily fixed with a slightly smaller OD spring.

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