Written on: 17/04/2009 by frankt377 (1 review written)
Webley Sport .22 is a brilliant as a a starter rifle. It is only suitable for plinking. Target shooting is possible under 15 metres. Hunting is definately out of question as the rifle is not poweful enough. The sights are brilliant but the forsight illuminator tends to fall out if not glued in… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2009
After owning my Webley Sport .22 for 3 years one thing became obvious, it is a brilliant starters rifle but if you want something for hunting or targets it just won't perform. I am an experienced target shooter and when i tried targets at 10m the grouping was slightly disappointing. With a Steyr I use at my club i can get groups of half to one inch with 5 shots. With this my best was around 5 inches. The trigger was the most disapointing part. I found it too heavy and the spring release… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2009 by ralphsteven (1 review written)
The Webley Sport .22 was the first air rifle i ever owned. I bought one for about £90 six years ago. To me it is a fantastic starters rifle for the newcomer or younger air gunner. I found the accuracy, look and feel to be reasonably good for a budget springer. I added a scope to my sport .22 and this improved my accuracy greatly so i would strongly recommend getting a simple 3-9x40 scope with this rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/10/2008
i have one of these and i have got many things with it and it has never let me down it is a good gun. It is really powerful but its also got a heavy trigger as well… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2008 by mark1967 (4 reviews written)
Got to agree with another posters comments about being an average rifle.However the finish is acceptable for the price you pay as is the power level which seems to be around 10 ftlb, unlike some other cheaper rifles which claim to be 12 ftlb and turn out to be about 8 in reality. Seems quite accurate too once your used to the trigger, which may improve with a little polishing… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2007 by peterpiker (4 reviews written)
Great starter rifle, brilliant price, an excellent all rounder… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2007 by hunter2211990 (1 review written)
Webley sport .22 (See good points and bad points)… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2006 by cdfreelancer (1 review written)
I'm a total amateur when it comes to using air rifles but I have found the Webley Sport to be a great starter rifle and excellent value at only £120 including 400 free pellets.
It's very easy to use and packs quite a punch: I shot an empty drinks can and the pellet went straight through both sides of the can and buried itself deep into the wooden door behind the can. It's clear that hunting small vermin, rabbits and birds wont be a problem for this rifle and there's considerable room for… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2005 by robert haynes (1 review written)
The Webley Sport .22 is my first air rifle and I think it is great. I paid £150 for the gun, pellets, case and scope and that is good money for what you get. The weight is just 5.8lbs, for me that means I can keep it steady and shoot all day… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2004 by xocetshooter (1 review written)
I bought the Webley Sport .22 for my son, and it lasted just over a week before being part-exed for a true Webley and not a cheap rebadged import.
The trigger is so sharp its hard to hold steady unless bench resting. The rifle doesn't have enough power to knockdown a knockdown target at 25 yards. Reasonable groupings at 10 yards but any further and its useless. OK for short range plinking but thats it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2004 by huffs001 (1 review written)
I have had the Webley Sport .22 rifle for 2 months and it cost only £60 and when equipped with a webley silver 4*40 scope(£36) is the most deadly and accurate gun I have ever fired and have not once missed. I have compared this gun with others and have found it taking my fancy over even the air arms S 200.
All together this is the best value for money gun have ever lied eyes on.
I would very much appreciate it if you could rate this review.
Thank you… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2004 by Big Dave UK (7 reviews written)
I got a Webley Sport .22 for about £90. Also bought a Webley silencer, some cheap scope, pellets, targets and a rifle case thing. That all came to about £150. At the time the options were a Crosman Ratcatcher, Rabbitstopper or the Webley Sport. I chose the Sport because I had owned a Webley before and I knew of the extremely high build quality. I also wanted something new as a couple of friends had Ratcatchers. Lucky I chose the Sport as I got a second hand Ratcatcher for £30. Anyway, got home… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2003 by mcroadhog (1 review written)
i do 20 yard competition air rifle and so far i am finding it hard to get a decent score with my average is 89 but since i've started useing this Webley Sport .22 it has dropped to 75 this is because of the trigger when i squeeze it it suddenley gives way causeing me to snatch… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2003 by cams472 (2 reviews written)
Have owned this riffle for a short time and can say that it's only average. Best points are it's light weight making it an ideal beginers or junior riffle. Worst points are it's build quality. After firing arround 500 rounds the butt has become loose and sometimes the riffle wont cock unless you push the trigger forward by hand. Also it was very hard to break when new but this has been sorted out with a tiny ammount of grease on the ball bearing. When compared to my Gamo 440WT it's bad points… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2003 by Tuggers. (1 review written)
I have had the webley sport for 6 months now and it has proved itself a good beginers gun for hunting and targetting. I shot at a paper target the other day at a range of 20m open sighted and hit the black bull 8 out of 10 times… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2003 by kiwi. (1 review written)
Bought the Webley Sport rifle for 90 pounds. Shot it out the back garden and it was on target [10 meters]at mothers bird feeder and smashed it to bits (and i mean bits). Also shot it at a bucket full of ice and it went in with no problem but when i went into the houes i found that the butt had come loose. I don't know if it was already like it when i got it or if it come loose when i shot it. I think it shoots at 10pound in pressure (not sure about that - if any one reads this and has any… Read Full Review