Written on: 20/01/2013 by Laverdabru1116 (12 reviews written)
For some reason the picture at the top is of a Webley Junior PISTOL! The RIFLE is a small 'training' rifle for youngsters. Like the pistol, it was only available in .177. It does have a rifled barrel, which I don't think the pistol had - at least mine didn't. I think mine - found in a friends loft - was made in the '50's. The rear sight is for elevation only, so you have to aim 'off' if it is shooting to one side. It is not as well made as my Mk 3 Webley rifle of a similar age, but... (read more)
Written on: 25/10/2009
I have a problem with mine since it is very weak. I dont know what the problem is and i don't know who can fix it for me. Can you please tell me what i can do to bring it back in a good condition again. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Written on: 27/10/2005 by justinjfrancis (2 reviews written)
My Webley Junior was handed down to me from my father, and it was handed to him from my grandfather, so it's got some family history.
It seems to do best with any pointed or wadcutter pellets. I'm able to consistently hit my little tin can target at 40 feet. (read more)
Written on: 12/11/2004 by Gold Elite (3 reviews written)
I obtained this Webley Junior from my grandfather as I had begun to show an interest in shooting. It is probably about 60 years old but is still in great working order.
I have found that it is best used for target shooting at a fairly close range for, because it is so old the accuracy is not the best ever. I have been using old pellets, however, so it may be due to dented or damaged ammunition. The gun is powerful enough for general target shooting but I have not used it for any other... (read more)
Written on: 16/02/2004 by Andy Holohan (1 review written)
I inherited the Webley Junior gun from my Father and it has killed many rats over the years and is excellent for garden use. (read more)
Written on: 28/06/2003 by gazlad 2.
it is really handy for scareing birds out of trees and then i shoot em whith my bsa meteor rifle and that is all i really ever use it for. if you want 2 talk more about the webley junior pistol or bsa meteor add me on msn messenger or email me at email@example.com. (read more)
Written on: 02/11/2002 by Tony.
Having had the Webley Junior for about 1 year now I have found this to be a good gun for close range ( say 10m ) pest control. The open sights and light weight make it good for quick kills on garden rats. It does not set the imagination on fire but with Webley's back up a nice gun to have in addition to a more powerfull one for those greater ranges. (read more)