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Written on: 13/08/2013
i actually just have a question about my .25 wembley patriot. I have just purchased this rifle and i have a problem with the trigger! I dont claim to know alot about air rifles or guns so any help will be appreciated! I just went to fire it and trigger is jammed, how do i solve this problem??… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2009 by Vulcanator (13 reviews written)
Mine is a .25 cal Beeman Kodiak (re-badged Webley Patriot) that I purchased used a couple of weeks ago. Initial impressions are the bluing, a lustrous quality that easily surpasses my Weihrauchs! The woodwork that incorporates a screw for a sling swivel, a chequered pistol grip with white spacers and a rubber butt plate. The stock is nicely finished and is of handsome proportions and pleasing to the eye. The fit and finish overall is superb. The rifle is also equipped with open sights that… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/02/2009 by Tetrol (1 review written)
Opening the box of my Webley Patriot - it all reeked of quality - the finish, bluing etc was perfect. The varius metal working surfaces had a very fine lubricant applied, not even enough to smear with a finger, but there all the same. I think it is a heavy beast, but so am I - 193cm and 111kg. I fitted the scope before trying the rifle, as I figured I would do so in any event later.
While doing so , I tightened the accessible screws down, some of which seemed to me to have some half turn… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/11/2008 by candid opinion (1 review written)
A total waste of money! And the bother of an FAC. Horrific recoil and accuracy is poor. Those that write here should compare it to even the cheapest .22 rimfire rifle which will outshoot it in every aspect.
I absolutely hate to think what that recoil is doing to that expensive telescopic sight you've fitted. So called "real" guns - and I've shot them all from .22 rimfire to .270 to .470 don't punch you in the face when the spring is released like on the Patriot.
My advice? I'd sooner go two… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2008
The Webley Patriot is a very powerful air rifle. I really like the recoil, it makes it feel like a real gun. It is very loud and also very heavy but still a great rifle. I would recommend this rifle to any adult how is looking to hunt small game such as rabbits and magpies… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/05/2008
You have to have another guns since this gun is recommended to be used only occasionally for large small games and birds since it is heavy and very powerful too. I have HW80 in .22 , a Diana model 52 , webley excel in .22, HW27 in .177 and a webley Omega in .177… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/05/2008 by Vulcanator (13 reviews written)
Bought this rifle new in April, Webley have made a few changes. "Tru glo" sights which are of plastic construction, the foresight is actually pressed onto the muzzle unlike the old metal sights, so if you drop the gun and break the sight -oh dear!
The stock is subtly redesigned, the wood is of good quality and the fit to the metalwork is excellent. The pistol grip no longer has the white spacer and end cap. The stock screws at the fore-end are horizontal and are larger than previous models… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2008 by skylineman (1 review written)
Those that complain that this gun is too hard to cock, or is too heavy or is inaccurate are either a bunch of kids or are just not right. I mean, seriously, even my girlfriend can cock this gun 30 or so times before she gets tired and she is only 160 cm tall and weigh 50 kg! It's all about the technique people. Think leverage.
And the weight? C'mon, 9 odd pounds aint heavy at all. If you're complaining that it's too heavy - find something else lighter like a plastic gun or water pistol. This gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2008 by robo342 (1 review written)
For my shooting characteristics, this gun was made for me, a perfect fit. I am very happy with the workmanship, accuracy, and especially the power. Is this gun the right fit for most, probably not, you must analyze what you want from a gun, how you are going to use it, and then do your research. If you do, then there is a very good chance you will write a very good review on whatever product you are reviewing… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2008
The thing to consider before buying a Patriot is that in most cases a different airgun is a better answer to the question. I own a Patriot in .25 caliber, and it is my least used airgun out of a total of 7. It is a one trick pony, lots of power for a spring airgun, and I'll admit I was drawn to that. But if I really need power, it still pales when compared to any cartridge firearm, so why? (Unless you live in an area that restricts them)
I am not whining that it is to heavy or hard to cock, I… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2008 by chariotracer101 (1 review written)
I am not here to write a story about the Webley Patriot but just to simply leave a few pros and cons about this rifle since I do have one. I purchased this rifle with the intention on using it as pest control and hunt small game. This rifle does exactly that, it hits its target with authority(Mr Squirel is down for good)! I also find the Webley Patriot to be very accurate. Not quite as accurate as my Beeman R9 or my Beeman RX2 but after all this rifle is not made for this type of shooting. A… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2007 by michael2615 (1 review written)
Don't listen to rubbish these people say about the gun, go and try it out yourselves at a gun shop… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2007 by wal1 (1 review written)
Everything about this rifle says "big" and "solid". I'm in the process of breaking mine in (got it 2 months ago), and have between 600-700 shots in. You get used to the cocking effort; it's not prohibitive if you're reasonably strong. Best accuracy so far comes with 31g Kodiak (634 fps), 26.5g Cro-Magnum (750 fps), and 24g Beeman Silver Arrow (about 810 fps). I've been having quite a time getting consistent groups, but I attribute that to shooting technique (it takes a LOT of practice), and the… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2006 by RLC (2 reviews written)
I ordered my Webley Patriot rifle from Cabela's about five years ago because I was impressed with the velocity figures. I bought it in .177 caliber. I was shocked when I received it because of it's size and weight (my last air rifle was a very old Benjamin in .177). It also takes a while to get used to the noise (almost as much as a .22 rimfire) and the recoil (more than a rimfire). I put a BSA 2-7x scope on it (bad choice, this is the worst scope I've ever looked through). The gun is… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2006 by blk822 (3 reviews written)
Well I just got my new Webley Patriot today and WOW what a rifle. Lots of POWER. Great workmanship and I couldn't ask for a better shooting rifle. I have a Gamo Shadow 1000 and it is a toy compareded to the Patriot .22 cal. I was sighting in my 4-16x50 leapers scope and it was shooting through 1/2" plywood at 30 yards. I used Crossman Premeire domed pellets and they shoot very straight. And had lots of penetration. Great rifle for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/02/2006 by mark bone (1 review written)
I hear a lot about cocking the Webley Patriot.I am 5'8 180 and I can shoot 200 pellets though it a day I do it a lot. I have a RWS 350 and it feels like cocking a toy. Well here are the results I shot Kodiak 30.9 gr at 621 avg at 50 yards they went 530.4 fps, thats 19.2 fpe. It's a very powerful air gun. Crow mags go 705 mv, they are very inaccurate after 25 yards. I bough BSA and Rino pellets JUNK!! I also bough Beeman ft they look good. 19.7 gr 815 mv hope this helps… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2005 by Spartacus101 (1 review written)
Compared to My Beeman R-9 rifle the Webley Patriot is much more powerful. Well worth the money. The effort it takes to cock is not really a negative, this is just a minor detail that anyone will overcome and over time will not seem so apparent. I recomend either a Bushnell Banner 4-12 by 40 or what I have on mine which is a Banner Trophy 4-12 by 40 an Excellent scope… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2005 by Andy 2911 (2 reviews written)
Have just bought a Webley Patriot, fells good. But have one problem. Need sight and mount can anyone help me in selecting a good and affordable one. Gun has gas ram fitted but have heard the owner before me has went through a few sights (cheap ones probably as he's a skinflint) any info will be really welcome… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2005 by relliktibbar (1 review written)
There is one word that adequately expresses the Webley Patriot's suitability as a hunting tool: HASENPFEFFER. The .25 cal. absolutely devastates game.
This air rifle has deservedly been labeled, "[M]ost powerful springier." It is clear that the Patriot is an air rifle for the experienced shooter. Anyone spending this much money without adequately researching the nuance of the product is betrayed by their own whining and complaining in the various online forums. This is a big rifle. This… Read Full Review