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Written on: 31/07/2009
I have two fac's hw100's in .22, one thumbhole, one s, costumized both to my own liking, got a AA 410 extra fac too, and only use the latter to end the air on my 300 bar bottle, 'cause both hw's are so much better in everything they do ,it's amazing... they're so much more consistent and accurate
you fill'em up to 205 brs, if they propply zeroed at 50 meters they'll make you 14 shots 1,5 cm or less ctc, at 70 mts if you're good on the day,they'll get near that too without wind. These… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2008 by Scouse shooter (1 review written)
Excellent rifle, Excellent value GO GET ONE
I bought this rifle after struggling with thew AA410, and what a choice it was, beautifully made, and so accurate, using a Bushnell banner scope 6-18 x 50mm. filling is easy. This has been well thought out for the hobbyist, or for the more serious user. Just a tad heavy, but short rest compensate for it… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2008
Can shoot consistantly from large distances also a hunting machine. Brilliant accuracy, well balanced, good build, great quality ,overall an amazing gun!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2007 by StephanBusch (5 reviews written)
I have the Weihrauch HW100T FAC in .177.
I did alot of research before purchasing this rifle and was apprehensive to enter the world of PCP's - finally the choice was narrowed down to either the AA S410ERB or the HW100T FAC. Then an opportunity presented itself and I bought the HW100T secondhand. This rifle is beautiful, well made, solid and robust with a fantastic oiled Walnut stock. The cocking lever is simple, efficient and smooth. The Weihrauch comes with everything (for the AA… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/11/2007 by chasone (1 review written)
The weihrauch HW100 T looks and feels like a rifle should, and with a good scope bunnies beware
very quiet no recoil multi-shot is fantastic not your cheap metal rubbish found and the mechanics are spot on with no jamming.I was going to buy a air arms glad I didn't in comparison… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/06/2007 by slips (2 reviews written)
Cant fault it, even after it fell off the wall bracket hitting a shelf below and almost destroying the computer it looked unscathed and still performed to spec!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/06/2007 by looking (3 reviews written)
These guys make great guns but they are so bloody heavy. If you want to sit all day in cover or target shoot.....great.
If you want to stalk....forget it, you might as well carry a bazooka on your back… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2007 by keefo (6 reviews written)
If you have a small build, then this is not the rifle for you, as it is a heavy weight. I am very impressed with it, and I enjoy using it at the club. I use a pump to fill it up, and I find it easy enough. Although if it was to be filled from empty, I would recommend a tank fill.
At first I had a problem with the index on the mag, which ceased to function.
Hull cartridge fixed the problem and returned it courtesy of a few scratches, which annoyed me to say the least.
The Weihrauch HW100 K… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/10/2006 by TempoB6 (2 reviews written)
Brilliant gun! Sound, you can't hear a thing and the Weihrauch HW100 T is very easy to handle, only one thing I'm really going to say "Rabbits Watch Out"! It's a bit heavy but the gun is really nice looking and you can get a lot more for the shot you have and the power behind the gun is amazing and really quite and easy to use… Read Full Review
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