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Written on: 10/10/2010
This is not a rifle you would want to carry for any length of time. It's heavy. very heavy. I purchased mine when they first came out and I have serial number 2. Mine has all the options and all 4 barrels. As a Journeyman Toolmaker i really admire the workmanship in this rifle.It makes any firearm i have ever seen pale in comparison as to workmanship. The good points are craftsmanship and reliability, the thing is built like a tank and I'm sure it will last several lifetimes. About the only bad… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2008
Some days i just look at my rifle , im an engineer , and as such appreciate the engineering in this rifle , it is trully stunning , but thats only part of it
functional , oh yes , and more , its powerfull , i have a fac 80 , accurate and really nice to shoot , quiet enough that i get more than one shot in an afternoon every bunny for miles dosent run away with the first shot , and thats without a moderator.
some days when im sitting punching paper , usually at about seventy yards , i feel the… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2004 by canoerichie (2 reviews written)
I have a Whiscombe JW70. Although I have a couple of Precharged rifles, a Ripley and a stalker tiger ten the JW70 is a rifle which holds its own and is in some respects better being a springer it has no recoil and the cocking action is a delight with the loading it is the process of cocking it twice pulling back the side arm and loading a pellet in. It sounds a long process but once ingrained it is suprsingly quick. I have dropped rabbits at 75 mtrs with crossman premiers in .22. at 35-40 mtrs… Read Full Review