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Written on: 08/05/2014 by Cardenas238 (1 review written)
Theoben, It is, and always will be synonymous with high powered, bullet proof build quality. I've just bought my first mk1 rapid 7 after years of wanting to buy one. And I've got to say, how impressed I am. I've had many rifles of all makes and types,but this, this is really impressive. Try one, you will be very happy you did… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2014 by MarleeUpton224 (1 review written)
Solid, heavy, hard hitting and super accurate. Can hit a penny at 70 yards, and that's with a thirty pound scope. Tloading the magazines can be tricky if you've never had this kind of rile. But when you've used it once or twice it's as easy as gravy. I don't like £60 for a plastic magazine, they must cost £1 to make, if that. Fab rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2011 by Piotrek (3 reviews written)
W internecie pisze ze osiaga skupienie 3cm na 100 metrach. Po okolo roku strzelania na najlepszym srucie osiagamy w jednej z tysiaca tarcz 6,5cm z imadla. Z podporki najlepsza wyszla 7,8 cm. W miedzy czasie stalem sie posiadaczem aa s400 ktora okazala sie lepsza i uzyskala skupienie z podporki na poziomie 43mm!!! Ja juz wiem dlaczego rapida jest tak malo na rynku a air armsa zdecydowanie wiecej… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2011
Mine is a mk1 .22 had it since they went on sale god knows how long ago.
I will have this gun until i join the bunnies underground.
without doubt the most accurate thing i have ever used. It has killed thousands of rabbits
all shot in the head.
It will shoot pellet on pellet all day long if YOU are steady enough and the pellets are straight.
They are expensive but you will never need another 22.
When lamping you can often see the lead leaving the gun.
If you don't like the look or build of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/12/2010
Ihave owned a logunmk2 and a rapid 7mk2 for more than ten years and can honestly say the rapid7 wins hands down i regulary take magpies and grey squirrell out at 40 yards if i lived till i was a hundred i wouldnt be able to find a fault in this no nonsense hard working rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2010 by QRichTee (3 reviews written)
Best air rifle ive ever fired. totally reliable, its amazingly acurate and built stronger that any other air rifle. with the scope mounts screwed down onto the gun, there is no zero shift, something i got alot with other rifles… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/06/2010 by sambo rambo (1 review written)
i have an mk1 and also a weihrauch hw100s the hw100 is a fab gun but id more like a sporting gun as for the mk1 if women were like rifles this is cheryl cole slim sexy the one all men want it is the best gun i have ever had, the only problems i have are the mags i have the .22 and for the 12 shot mag is £50 and are delicate also the standard silencer is not very good and i would recommend a weihrauch silence overall 10/10… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2010
owned one for 15 years..virtually maintenance free.plenty of shots on one fill, no need to worry about how much charge is left to shoot with.would only change if a semi automatic rapid 7 was to be invented,, now there`s a brilliant thought… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2009
very acurate and light not the best looking gun in the world i do think they could supply with a couple of magazines instead of that very akward to use single shot adapter also they should have 400 bottle and not the 280 bottle other than that a very good air gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2009
THERE IS NO BETTER GUN FOR A HUNTER.
I've had a Theoben Rapid 7 with skeleton stock and I wouldnt swap it for anything. I've had it almost 7 years and its never gone wrong, although its almost due for a replacement bottle as the bearings getting stuck now and again. 7 years though... and its still as accurate as the day I bought it! 10/10
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Written on: 01/05/2009 by brett1833 (1 review written)
I just got a second hand Theoben Rapid 7, mark 1 skelington stock. I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it and fired it. I had an air arms s410 before and it doesn't come close to the Theoben Rapid 7 with its power and consistent performance… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2009
After only a couple of days after purchase from new, my Theoben Rapid has been returned to maufacturer for inspection. No offfer of replacement by any of the parties involved. It fails to cock on first attempt for me unless bolt is aggressively pulled back, but accurate and good shot count… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2008 by tubsimalone (1 review written)
I bought my Theoben Rapid 7 air rifle second hand rapid 7 mk1 6 months ago its 8 years old and in mint condition it wasnt cheap but was worth every penny… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/09/2008
The Theoben Rapid 7 is a good gun to use and is very light, it doesn't look very good but overall, I think it's a good gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2008 by airbornewarrior (1 review written)
I have owned every make and most models of airgun in my 45 years as an ardent air gunner the rapid 7 is superb and supreme… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2008
Lack of recoil and awsome killing power very adaptable weapon. Probably the best weapon i've used in the fight against vermin. I love the Theoben Rapid 7, a great all round air rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2008 by pablo masters (1 review written)
Picked mine up today first trip out 27 rabbits from 20 yards to 75 yards great rifle. Good accuracy and nice wood. Longer stock wouldnt go amiss would be better for a bipod… Read Full Review
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