Written on: 10/10/2012
I was very proud when my big brother bought me this for a birthday present, back in the '70's. Nearly new, still in the original box. .177 & .22 barrels, quite good looking back then, with the pistol grip stock. I had been brought up on Webleys, first a .177 smooth bore 'tin grip' Junior, then a .22 Mk 1 pistol. I now have an '80's Hurricane pistol, which is very well made. As is my 1957 Junior .177 rifle. The QC on the Hawk was appalling. After a few weeks, the stock cracked & broke on... (read more)
Written on: 23/10/2008 by the watchkeeper (1 review written)
I bought my webley hawk mk 2 i think in the late 60s or poss early 70s so it is well over thirty years old that i can recall, my father owned a public house at the time and we had a large back yard and the pub was three storys high and we lived in the middle of a wooded forest the yard was enclosed so it was safe to use, my targets were bottle tops resting upended bear bottle crates in those days made of wood i set them to about 125 feet and was ablwe to hit them nearly every time, only... (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2008 by harry mac
Introduced in the early 70s, these were the first of the "modern" Webleys. For it's day the MkI was very racy looking, but was old hat airgun technology in a modern stock. The interchangeable barrel was a big selling point. The MkII was a big improvement and had an adjustable trigger and micrometer adjustable rear sight. It kept the interchangeable barrel feature but with a different removal procedure. The MkII was meant to be a further improvement but really wasn't. Safety catch was... (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2008
This rifle can be used by anyone from the novice up. Fit some decent sights and you can use it all day long with no bother. My son has spent many happy hours round the fields after rats etc, and always comes home with a smile on his face. (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2006 by hasnain
I bought my Webley Hawk 15 years ago. Although it is cheap but it is dead accurate and can compete with many of the expensive airguns in accuracy. I like to hunt pigeons & starlings and it is dead accurate on pigeons and starlings within 35 yards. (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2006 by hasnain
I bought my Webley Hawk 15 years ago. It has great value for money although it was cheap but it can compete with many of the expensive airguns. My Webley Hawk is dead accurate within 35 yards. I tried more than 20 kinds of pellets but RWS (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2004 by The ultimate hunter (1 review written)
The webley hawk is a old model but still can compete with modern day air rifles in the accuracy department. I own a stingray and a Theoben eliminater and its just as accurate untill 40 yrds then the eliminator comes into its own. In my opinion and many other peoples the Webley hawk is the ideal leaner air rifle light accurate and fairly powerful. (dont go buying a f.a.c as your first rifle or anything that is expensive learn on a webley hawk) it can also be used as a light hunter (pigeons... (read more)
Written on: 16/10/2003 by satansoft (1 review written)
I use a Weirauch HW77K, but my 10 year old son found it very heavy to use, so I found a second hand MkII Webley Hawk in a car boot sale. I gave it an overhaul,regreased the innards etc. the stock was in bad condition so I took it back to bare wood and restained and waxed it, added a nice 4 x 32 and now its a very sweet gun for next to nothing cost. . Nice and light, and plenty of power. Now my son is upset, coz I am growing fond of it . . what more can I say. . . . (read more)
Written on: 28/10/2002 by Kirkstead.
I had a Webley Hawk MK3 for xmas when I was 11.I had a BSA Airsporter aswell but my dad got me the Hawk 'cos it's nice and light, son'. It wasn't very much fun to shoot as I remember and was quite ugly looking to me...especially the sights and the stock. I've got a HW95 now and compared to that it's like a peashooter in the power department....good starter gun for kids. (read more)
Written on: 25/09/2002 by IAN ROCKS.
I Have a Webley Hawk air rifle and i find it quite light compared to some more modern rifles. It was only £20 so i think it was good value. (read more)
Written on: 15/06/2002 by jimbob.
The Webley Hawk air gun can be upgraded to be very powerful and fast. (read more)
Written on: 17/03/2002 by Chris.
The Webley hawk's a great starter air rifle, however it's an old rifle and most of the ones around today will have pretty worn barrels - mine does. It's fairly powerful and has quite a good stock on it, though it's not got an adjustable trigger or anything like that which most modern rifles have today. (read more)
Written on: 12/12/2001 by Jason.
The Webley Hawk is a great rifle for beginners but thats about it. It could put a hole in something so i suppose its not all bad. It must be an old model (verging on antique) because no mags or sites have anything about them. (read more)