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Written on: 12/06/2013
ill be very happy with this gun, only the problem is that if i shot like 25-50 times, the screws start to come out. i think iam one of the few owners with this problem because i cant find any other persons with this problem. it shoots very powerfull, and its very accurate at 20 - 30 yards, if you mounted a big scope on it, it feels heavy, but balanced. overall, a very good gun and iam happy with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2009
It has a light weight and good power (slightly less than hw80) and its accuracy is about 1.5" from 35 yard… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2009 by markyboy1976 (1 review written)
i jus had my Weihrauch hw85 springed and now im pumpin 17 . 5 foot pound and boy it hits hard what a good bit of kit… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2009 by Mick George (1 review written)
My HW 85 belonged to my farmer son in law who abused it. It is twenty years old, rusty and rough. It has never been taken apart or even oiled !
I got it and oiled the hinges and tested it on my combro and it is still shooting at 11.4 ft. lbs. and shoots SO sweetly. I have had dozens of air rifles but this is the best, quiet, very low recoil and SO accurate. I am currently looking at buying a new one… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2008
Very impressive for big games. Shoots accurately at about 35 yards. Very accurate and powerful, good for big games that is hunting rabbits,patridges,dogs and even porcupines. Only problem I found with the Weihrauch HW85 is that the screws have to be tighten every 40 shots… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2008
I've had this now rather battered .22 air rifle for fifteen years and it remains my favourite, even though I have a FN19, a Feinwerkbau 300, and numerous firearms (.22LR, .223, .308 etc). I bought it in the UK and found it right on the UK legal limit of 12 foot-pounds. It's extremely smooth to cock, and because it has a smaller cylinder and piston than the HW80, I find it more accurate. In New Zealand where I live, air rifles may have any power, and I had a NZ specification HW80 in .177 for a… Read Full Review