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Written on: 22/05/2015 by scum500 (2 reviews written)
Bought this with a broken pistol grip as the 2nd stage was set too light so the rifle fired and snapped closed! I got it from my rfd in the sin bin,£50 corner! The Theoben silencer caught my eye so I bought it as a project tried it on the range felt I'd need to buy a replacement spring as the one in the rifle felt underpowered. When I got it home I was ready for the reading's from my chrono to say 7-8 fpe well it was nearer 12 only turn's out it's a gas ram,it's a poor man's Theoben Evolution… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
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 put… Read Full Review
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 Full Review
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 Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2008
But now with stage 1 tune and insulator, it's a cracking rifle!… Read Full Review