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Written on: 20/01/2013 by Laverdabru1116 (23 reviews written)
I was passed on a 'tin grip' .177 smoothbore Junior, probably made in the '20/30's, by my brother in the '70's. The internals were as new, having been rebuilt. Neither the power or accuracy were anything to write home about, but it was intended as a short range trainer gun. There was a fair bit of wear in the pivot end of the barrel, which probably accounted for a lot of the inaccuracy. Good points - light,easy to work on. Bad points - Some very silly prices being asked for them, much better… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2009
I have one also - serial number 25g - not 9 - what year was this from???
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Written on: 24/07/2009 by score (2 reviews written)
my wembley junior 177 is a very early one pressed metal grips j2990 not bad for what it is i also have a 22 senior and am looking for a good mk1 177 or 22 i think the barrel sealing washers could do with modifying so as not to loose pressure i grew up with webley pistols they just look well made and easy to strip down for repairs… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2007 by cptman (41 reviews written)
I acquired tis pistol recently not because i wanted a super accurate target gun or a superfast repeater, but rather a classic airpistol from a time when quality meant something.
For pistol that is about forty years old it still has quite a punch and can still embed pellets in pine board.
By the way it probably isn't that accurate owing to the smooth bore… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2006 by red bob (23 reviews written)
The Webley Junior air pistol is a vintage piece in .177 cal. Running through several mods, from 1929 to 1975 rated at 287fps/290. Approx 2/3foot lbs. Bakelite grips variants had wood. If in original box in excellent condition they are very collectable.
As a fun gun it's ideal but its still more than adequate for 10 to 20 mtr fun target shooting. It's very strong and reliable as examples are around of great age in first class working order as is mine of 1930s vintage. A little recoil but a bit… Read Full Review
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