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Written on: 14/04/2013 by zippinda (1 review written)
Having just taken it out the box,This gun feels right, With 1 pump 10metre target shooting excellent With 2 pumps you notice the power With 3 pumps you can easily hit targets 30metres away This gun is not hard to pump up and with an AGS Colbolt 2 X 20 pistol scope its even more acurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2012
the webley alecto is powerful acurate and has so many setup options to suit all, i use it for target and can shooting and never get tired of using it, it hits where i'm aiming every time and destroys what it hits, i purchased it in .177 at a gun shop and 2nd hand at £100, best £100 ive ever spent, now i know how good it is i'd have been willing to pay £230 new, get one you wont regret it, the only downside for me is my top rail doesnt have a slot for the lower screw in my red dot sight… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/10/2012 by zippy123 (1 review written)
The Webley Alecto is with out doubt a very very accurate pistol when used with jsb exacts 8.44gr 4.51 pellets I have owned a lot of pistols over the years springers pcp,s including the HW45,PISTOL and the webely Alecto is the one to buy make no mistake the Alecto is a seriously accurate pistol what you are getting is a pistol that is fully adjustable for the shooter including the trigger for length of pull and weight and side adjustments the hand grip is also fully adjustable with a palm… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/04/2012
Very well balanced and easy to use although the third compression (if required) means you'll have to have had a breakfast of weetabix and spinach..!! Virtually recoilless and easy to attach accessories to. The MK2 model has the slot in weaver rail behind the foresight allowing fitment of some holographic sights that were difficult to fit on the MK1. A great shame that the Alecto Ultra with the longer barrel is not available in the UK as it has a greater muzzle velocity and is classified as a… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2012 by onlyoneshotrequired (1 review written)
I had two rifles but no pistol for close up vermin so I searched the net for the right pistol.The Alecto seemed to be the one so I took a very nice rifle to my local gun shop and did a strait swap. Am I dissapointed? Hell no! I don't think my remaining rifle will be used much now.Three pumps is what I use every time.It makes a loud crack,recoils just a little and with a scope will give one inch groups every time. I don't know what power it's putting out with three pumps but my guess is that… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2011 by forest gump (8 reviews written)
the webley alecto .177 is the most accurate pistol i have owned in 30 years of shooting. this pistol is worth its price tag all day long. this hits what you aim for. the open sights are amazing they are freakish never had such perfect open sights on anything i have ever owned. the balance is perfect no muzzle flip. no need for the 3 stage cocking. 2 stage is plenty of power with top class accuracy.will head shot pigeons at 25 yrds instant kill thats with open sights. i am selling my expensive… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2011 by truegrit (2 reviews written)
I was dubious at 1st a Webley that was built in Turkey but I had no reason to be , on purchase you get a nice box , oil and a barrel cleaning rod. Its a large polymer gun with a steel barrel , the trigger is adjustable and feels 2 stage now Ive set it , you can also alter the trigger position and the shelf on the grip to make it suit small hands. 1 pump gives you all the power you need for most shoots including 30 metre shots , 2 pumps will kill rats but 3 pumps seems useless as it only adds .6… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2010 by steeplejack (2 reviews written)
This pistol is NOT ambidextrous. The anatomical shape of the grip fits
the right hand perfectly. A lot of muscle is needed to pump the gun, and
if you were holding it in the wrong hand you just couldn't do it. So if
you're left-handed be sure to order the LH version!
"Alecto" is Webley International's name for rebadging the Zoraki HP-01.
It is made by Atak Arms in Instanbul, Turkey.
At the time of writing, their website at
provides an exploded… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/09/2010
I bought this pistol (0.177) after reading a review in Airgun World magazine!
My word!!! It is the "Dogs Nuts" and far out-shoots me.
Nuff Said! Get one!
… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2010
Extremely accurate,comfortable and well made, slightly loud on two & three pumps but one pump ideal for garden target shooting… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/03/2010
plenty of power , very accurate very light easy to hold still,no recoil whatsoever.using decent pellets easily hit a pepsi bottle lid from 15metres (i need a longer room).
only thing i dont like is every time you pump your palm turns the vertical adjustment screw and puts the sight out. i just remember the positioning.
Still a very good pistol… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2010 by Librarian (10 reviews written)
I made the acquaintance Alecto at a meeting of the UBC pistol club in October when a spokesman from Webley arrived with a couple of them to let the pistol enthusiasts have a go with. Straight away I have to say I was impressed with the look of the gun. A bit like any tactical multi shot repeater but with a palm shelf and all done in what I would describe as "plastic" but is certainly some fancy kind of composite.
There were only right handed models in .177 to play with (remember that this was… Read Full Review
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