Written on: 23/05/2011 by Richie100 (1 review written)
Ive bought a second hand webley stingray (made in England),Tasco scopes plus case £50 the lot.Its the best spring gun ive had. excellent power,accurcy,and value for money haha..i hardly use my precharge rifles any more. (read more)
Written on: 07/12/2010
this air rifle is on par with the longbow but the longbow is a very good gun, my friend has got a stingray and he rates it one of the best spring guns money can buy!!!!
i would reccomend this to anyone that loves hunting :) !!! (read more)
Written on: 10/11/2010 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I've been told that most of the Stingrays are made in Turkey, unless it has "Made in England" stamped on it. Mine doesnt so guess it is Turkish. Not a problem though because it is well made and feels good when using it.
It is powerful and accurate. Mine chronos at dead on 12 ft/lbs using Daystate FT pellets at 15.9g. the only problem was trying to break it, the lock was really tight - fixed that with a dremel and now its ok. (read more)
Written on: 06/05/2010 by joeytsuperblue15 (11 reviews written)
Had to take the stingray back to Valley Arms after being told it was over the FT/LB.They chroned it 5 times and it came back at 18.5 FT/LB.WARNING if your going to buy a webley get it chroned before you leave the shop.I will stick with BSA from now on. (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2010
Picked up my gun from Valley Arms Ruthin N.Wales got home zeroed sight's took a while but got there but well cheesed off tightening screws on stock and tighteninig scilencer after 15 to 25 shots but power,target shooting,feel of gun honestly can't fault BSA X.L TACTICAL far better, more money yeah but what a gun (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2010 by 007diesel10 (1 review written)
I got a bit of a bargain, i paid £70 for a second hand webley stingray 22 cal.It is by far the best air rifle i have had and i've had a fair few in my time. I can't fault it in any way at all. (read more)
Written on: 21/09/2009
Webley Stingray is a nice compact rifle ideal for pest control. The only down side is it does go off with a loud crack (read more)
Written on: 26/07/2009
Webley Stingray is a goood reliable gun and good value for money. I like the stock and the handling of it. it is really straight forward and basic but powerful and reliable. I don't like the jerkiness of it after the shot and its is not very well silenced. (read more)
Written on: 26/07/2009 by tommy464 (1 review written)
I think that the Webley Stingray is an absolutely fantastic air rifle it is definitely worth the money i have already taken it out 4 times and each time i have shot a rabbit every single time they just drop dead and i have also shot a pigeon and that fell off of the lines like a brick also i found the air rifle to be extremely hard to cock to start with but once you have run it in the action becomes much smoother. i have only owned the air rifle about 3 days but already i have fallen in love... (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2009
ive always rated webley as a very good piece of kit ive always used webley air guns I would certainly recommend any webley product to anyone who is thinkingof taking up field sports and as for the stindray very good value the weight is not to heavy the stock soon marks overall i would still give it 10 out of 10 one satisfied shooter (read more)
Written on: 14/07/2009
just got a secondhand webley stingray,Well very impressed with every aspect of this gun except the weight, which it heavy to hold but is well balanced when brought up to the aming stance.Fitted with a simple 4x32 mil dot sight and a silence is a great rifle, power is spot on and i cannot fault the accuracy, the stock is good.( the silencer) ido not know if the one fitted is the standard type, but is a large one, the end unscrews and the baffle pads can be removed and cleaned then replaced in... (read more)
Written on: 26/06/2009
The Webley Stingray is the first air-rifle I have had since a tennager, love the break barrell feels more old fashioned and when the shot is fired (spring only) the kick feel's more gratifying than with a gas-gun. I have recently mounted a Hawke Airmax and with a barrell clamp bipod, even on a short barell length is wonderful. I can score better groupings on a 50p at 30 meters than he can and Toy soldiers ... well its a plastic warzone. (read more)
Written on: 10/02/2009 by pro881 (1 review written)
Very happy with this Webley Stingray rifle. very accurate. easy to use. simpleness at its best. Easy to handle. not to light not to heavy just right. Well built rifle. Only bad point is safety catch not being able to operate whilst not loaded. (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2009
The Webley Stingray is light ,acurate, easy to use. I have a venom tuned webley stingray, the venom tuning includes new blacking a silencer and a fitted gas ram mainly. i use a 6-18 by 40 pro air scope, the rifle is awsome and can drop rabbits at 50yards at 11.7 ftp, the caliber is .20 a great all rounder and is realy put down, the rifle is one of my best. (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2009 by LMcI (1 review written)
Webley Stingray. Excellent air gun.
MIne (in .177 cal) will break pennies in half at 15 yards; easily terminates small critters (if that's your thing), and shoots groups inside the size of a dime. Likes most pellets (wad-cutters, hollow points, heavy magnum rounds) equally.
If you can find an original, spend the $400.00+, they're worth every penny. The equivelent (I believe) would be a Beeman R1, R9 or RWS 54.
Heavy, probably too heavy to tote around hunting all day. No easy way to... (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2009 by Face4 (1 review written)
This is my second rifle, and it was certain in my mind thats this would be a very good rifle. I paid £235 for this rifle and that price included a Nikko Sterling Mount Master scope complete with mounts. I believed this price to be very resonable. As a general point though if you see a product that you like at your local dealer, if the price is a little steep than others ask them if they will match the price. The chances are they will agree, and i believe that supporting local trade is very... (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2008 by blobby123 (1 review written)
I recently got this rifle as my first rifle and i really like it, pest control and a little target shooting so the .22 is the best for me. (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2008
But now with stage 1 tune and insulator, it's a cracking rifle! (read more)
Written on: 12/03/2008
The Webley Stingray is a great all round air rifle. I really like using this one, its accurate and powerful, and at the end of the day what else do you need with an air rifle. (read more)
Written on: 24/02/2008 by church32 (1 review written)
Ive had a few guns over the years & this one takes some beating, this gun was recommended to me by the local gun shop owner who also did me a great deal..... i would recommend this gun to anyone................ (read more)
Written on: 09/03/2007 by calvy c (1 review written)
The Webley Stingray air rifle is very good quality and reliable! (read more)
Written on: 20/02/2007 by BomBom101 (1 review written)
Well, I put over 8,000 rounds through this rifle in the 4 years I've had it and it didn't have a service, and it was on its last legs,
It had mangled 2 scopes, and AGS mildont 3-9x40 which was replaced under warranty and a Webley silver 4x32 scope, it had bent a 1 piece mount it had thrown the iron sights off on many occasions which had took a chunk out of my lovely walnut stock, the trigger felt like it was about to fall out, the barrel was drooping, and to top it all off, a stock screw... (read more)
Written on: 14/02/2007 by mjoseph (1 review written)
I got the 177 carbine version of the rifle, for £145 new, just before Christmas, I've now fired about 1000 pellets and am really pleased so far.
It's my first air rifle, so am far from an expert. But I find the accuracy to be fine for the type of shooting I do, which is in my back garden (just over 20 yards) at a resettable knock down target.
I recently added a Richter Optik 3x9x50 IR AO scope with a Bisley single piece mount, total cost £65 new. Which I did find made the rifle at little... (read more)
Written on: 27/12/2006 by Rodant Raider (3 reviews written)
I have recently aquired this fantastic piece of kit! I bought one from hobbies, Dover for just under the 200 mark 2nd hand with a 3-9x40 Simmons scope. I am unsure of its age, but it had obviously been used regularly, which is why i was so surprised that, when measured with a chronograph, it read right on the top mark! (12ft/lb).
As i said, the stock marks easily, so i have stripped it back to bare wood with sand paper and treated it to a dark stain (close to original) and a laquered... (read more)
Written on: 29/10/2006 by thepaladin (49 reviews written)
This is in one sense a sort of bittersweet review. I've had my Webley Stingray for four of five months, it's one of the last Pyramyd had of the English made Webleys. I got it in .25 caliber, and this is one fine rifle. I suppose in a review you look to find the problems with a product, but this one really doesn't have much of one. The only negative I can come up with at all is you have to know how to hold this rifle. I basically almost lay the fore-stock across an open palm, not quite, but... (read more)
Written on: 29/10/2006 by Flyfisher (11 reviews written)
Just acquired one of the last Webley Stingrays and added a Webley 4x32 scope. Great to shoot and not as bad as expected to break and cock. Started out with a sighting target at 20 yrds and soon got it centred. I was shooting on a clay pigeon shooting ground so it was easy to collect dozens of clay fragments for targets. They vaporised at 20 yards so I extended to range to about 40 and with a little aiming off managed to start breaking them.
As a challenge I paced the back stop area to... (read more)
Written on: 28/10/2006 by Flyfisher (11 reviews written)
Bought the Webley Stingray on a bit of a whim. I found my Air Arms S200 a little bit too easy to shoot so I thought a spring powered rifle would be a little more involving. The gun came from Manchester Air Guns for about £170 and I fitted a Webley Scope, 4X32 on see through mounts.
First shots were a bit fierce but after about 50, the gun settled down and the trigger started to feel really nice. I sighted the scope at 20 yds but did not pay too much attention to the grouping. I expected to... (read more)
Written on: 23/10/2006 by frankie11 (1 review written)
I have just got back into air rifles after a long period, and I forgot how good they are. My last one was a BSA Supersport side lever, which was powerful and accurate, but heavy. The Webley stingray is a lot better. It is lighter and more accurate. (read more)
Written on: 24/04/2006 by patcal (3 reviews written)
I have shot a lot of vermin with this Webley Stingray. It is accurate but is also light enough to hold steady. Only bad thing is that the stock marks easily if you rest it on a wall. Reccommended (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2006 by CoenH (1 review written)
I find the Webley Stingray an ideal beginners gun exept for it's stiffness.
I don't have the opportunity to shoot it over the chrony but when I do, I will post it here.
We don't have a legal limmit but I think I have it Maccari tuned, pure for the gun's behaviour (to about 12 ft/lbs)
I have a BSA Contender 3-12x50 AO on it and I think it performs very well because we don't have a lot of lights on our range so the big objective is verry effective.
Thats all for now,
Greetings CoenH (read more)
Written on: 01/03/2006 by matfink (1 review written)
After reading the reviews on here for rifles under the £200 mark, I decided on a Webley Stingray. What a mission trying to find a store with one in stock, but luckily I got one a .22 carbine.
The only thing I was miffed with when I got it out the box was it had a drip of staining on the stock, how annoying. But oterhwise I can't fault it and get this, to my amazment the open sights only needed minor adjustment. After just 20! yes 20 pellets I was hitting a 50 pence piece at 35yds! Wicked,... (read more)
Written on: 09/02/2006 by xpos (1 review written)
I love the accuracy of the Webley Stingray, that's what impressed me the most of this rifle. Put a good piece of glass on it and just pick off whatever you point it at, I'm glad I got it before Webley & Scott went under, that's too bad. They made some fine shooting guns!
I got mine. (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2006 by RAT DRILLA (10 reviews written)
I went for the WEBLEY STINGRAY Carbine .22 because its looks appealed to me more so than the XOCET K. When the rifle came I was surprised by how much better in looked in the flesh, don't get me wrong it did look good on the web but this does it no justice what so ever! The Webley Stingray is a compact rifle with sweet lines and it has a extremely well built feel to it, as I found out when I picked it up out of its box for the first time, the rifle oozes quality, a very sturdy piece of kit... (read more)
Written on: 18/12/2005 by Tedder (1 review written)
The Webley Stingray air rifle is very powerful! I have shot many rats and vermin, and I would recommend it. (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2005 by shootinman (5 reviews written)
Overall the Webley Stingray is a very fine springer rifle. Easy to tote about for a day plinking. Accurate and fun to shoot. A 9 for handling for difficulty in breaking the barrel only. (read more)
Written on: 15/11/2005 by brad scott89 (1 review written)
I bought the Webley Stingray air rifle quite a long time ago now, and I still use it for hunting. It has great power and awesome accuracy. I have killed (and eaten) many pigeons and rabbits from up to 50 yards.
They're really good. (read more)
Written on: 19/08/2005 by Britishshooter (4 reviews written)
Second review of this rifle after now putting about 2000 rounds through the gun.
I've continued to track the grouping over time, and it has improved down to 3/8 inch at 30 yards with the Bushnell scope. I did change pellet to the Beeman Kodiak heavy pellet, this made an improvement in the grouping size and the consistancy of groups from day to day. Presumably due to better manufacturing tolerance, as virtually all pellets have the same tight feel in the barrel. Changing to Beeman Kodiak... (read more)
Written on: 09/07/2005 by tallguy606 (6 reviews written)
Have a Webley Patriot and got a good deal on a .22 Stingray carbine, wanted something for plinking with less cocking effort. Am really impressed with the Stingray, super accurate with open sights shooting RWS Hobby wadcutters, excellent power - plenty enough for hunting, actually; easy handling with short barrel. Now I use the Stingray more than the Patriot, which I reserve for "big game." Webley guns are super high quality, I prefer over German. (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2005 by rmartinez (1 review written)
The Webley Stingray is my first pellet gun in about 40 years. I did a lot of researching for a good but reasonably priced air gun. I had an opportunity to purchase the Webley Stingray from AIR GUNS OF ARIZONA on a special price that they had, +/- $260.00
I am an owner of several high caliber rifles, the 22 caliber, 222 caliber, 25-06, 12 guage shotgun and handguns in the 9mm, 380 caliber and the 38 Special. So I have had a lot of experience in West Texas with hunting and shooting rifles... (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2005 by Britishshooter (4 reviews written)
After having owned a Winchester 1000X and struggled with poor accuracy for 3 months I researched other rifles. Webley came up in many conversations and reviews and now I know why. Out of the box experience is great. Good looking gun, really fine engineering in the breach action and the trigger especially.
After a few very loud rounds due to oil in the chamber the gun steadied down and immediately shot better than the Winchester 1000X. Nice crisp trigger action and very... (read more)
Written on: 26/02/2005 by mickey500 (6 reviews written)
The webley stingray is a great gun for a slightly more experienced shooter as the potential accuracy is phenomenally high in the right hands also the compactness may not suit all but for me it certainly does the job
The stingray is the procession from the Vulcan and I believe that when handled properly it will outshoot the owner.
I have found the stingray is complemented perfectly by the logun silencer and when fitted with a descent scope (not a hawke nite-eye, which I had to replace 3... (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2004 by BomBom101 (1 review written)
This is my 1st review of this air rifle, the Webley Stingray. I have owned this air rifle for 2 and a half years and nothing has gone wrong with it. The wood is strong; the power is consistent at 11.7ft lbs, what's the matter with that? Nothing.
Me and my dad go shooting with this and a Relum Tornado, my dads got 8 rabbits with it and I've got 2 and picks them off at bout 30-40 yards no trouble. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE WEBLEY HARRIER .22 12.3 GN PELLETS YOU WONT BE DISSAPPOINTED.... (read more)
Written on: 26/07/2004 by WhiteWolf (1 review written)
I bought my Webley .22 Stingray in about February 04. I was tempted to get an Xocet but I decided to pay a bit extra and go for the Stingray and I haven't been disappointed. When I first came to fire it I thought that the barrel was jammed shut until I got frustrated and give it a good crack which opened it. After a few shots my hand was getting sore and I was a bit worried but eventually it loosened up and became easier to break. I didn't really know how powerful it was going to be as... (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2004 by sam da man (1 review written)
The Webley Stingray is a brillient air rifle. It is highly accurate and very powerful. I would advise getting a ram for it though, put it up to 22fpp. (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2004 by woodfl (3 reviews written)
I was suprised by the power and accuracy of the Webley Stingray spring powered rifle. However after 2 months use from new both the high-tensile stock bolts snapped off, with snapped ends embedded inside the thread holes of the gun! I did'nt notice this and the continued firing of the gun caused the end of the stock to split! With hindsight I wish I had tightened up the stock & trigger bolts when I bought it new - I believe the beech stock might have shrunk in storage causing the gun's steel... (read more)
Written on: 13/04/2004 by AaronA UK (6 reviews written)
I purchased my .22 Webley stingray karbine two weeks ago new from a local sports shop (Salter sports, farnworth, manchester) and I couldnt be more immpressed.
I took my stingray out for the first time last week and started hitting small targets and my little brothers unwanted action figures from 30-40 yards with ease using a webley silver 3-9x40 scope and Hustler pellets.
At first I thought that my Stingray was heavy but this doesnt bother me now as it reduces recoil and is light compared... (read more)
Written on: 20/02/2004 by Jackalite (11 reviews written)
Hmmm, I expected this, a rifle, with good power (920 fps, .177) BUT the Webley Stingray is too heavy for this generation. I say this due to Webley using a cheap metal iron in this case, although it is strong they didn't use an alloy like in the BSA lightning and even the Gamo Hunter!! now British rifles wipe the floor with Spanish guns, so let's keep it this way. DO not criticise my findings, I do this to tell people the truth not some willy nilly about a gun being ace just because I own it... (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2004 by Carlton (2 reviews written)
I recently bought a Webley Stingray Carbine in .177 caliber.
What a sweet performer!
Accuracy is very good. The stock is the best fitting I've ever come across-with the short barrel it holds and handles very nicely. So much better than the Beeman R-9 in every respect. The firing cycle is smooth and not at all too loud for it's power level. The finish on the metal and wood is quite nice. A really pretty piece that looks so much better in your hands than the photos on the web... (read more)