Written on: 24/11/2010 by tom1142 (1 review written)
just bought this gun but i am just woundering does anyone know how many complete spirals cycles are cut in the barrel
thanks tom… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2010 by joeytsuperblue15 (11 reviews written)
Swapped my BSA Lightning XL for a Longbow SE 2.2 and once i scoped my sights i was hitting the drawing pin heads holding the target up.High powered,stock fautless to look at a really good bunny basher.PS stick a weirauch silencer on it you will not be dissapointed… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2010
I have had my longbow sometime now .177 fitted V-Mac tuning kit running at 11.7 Ft Lb with mossi's very meen hunting tool hardly ever use. my PCP'S now.As accurate as any PCP in the right hands… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2010
Having purchaced my Webley Lonbow SE in 2009, i was very very pleased with it,s standard of finish.
The Rifle is a shade under 41 inches long and weighs in unscoped at around 8 pounds and the muzzel is threaded ready to take a silencer/sound moderator.
The standard of finish is very very good with the metal work showwing a deep blue finish,and the walnut thumbhole stock is finished to a high standard too,(my only slight critisism being a small area inside the forend of the stock which looks to… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2009
put simply a very good well made and solid rifle wich packs one hell of a punch most critters if hit correctly drop in one hit.Buy one you wont regret it amature or pro its fantastic!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2009
Mine is a Turkish built Rifle and boy is it a pile of Monkey goo. Don't buy the Turkish built Rifle, not worth it at half the price. Unfinished parts, crappy industrial lube, plastic trigger, misaligned barrel. total junk, i would have expected better from a chinese rifle. Buy a Beeman R series or an RWS. Don't buy the Turk Webley it's junk. Im using mine to teach tunes… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2009
Webley Longbow is a great hunting gun for squirrels rabbits and pigeons, bit heavy, well worth the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/01/2009
I have been shooting for 5 years the long bow is the best gun i have had cost £ 470 all in with silencer scopes bipod and instaled brass triger its is exteremly powerful and i am killing small verming from 35 yrds but i am finding troulble with the accuracy. my scopes are ligned up as i had a man who works for webly align them i think my problem is the recoil of the gun witch is killing me may be i need a gas gun such as a logan solo as recoil is set to a minimum can any one give me advice or… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2009 by Tommmmmmmmmm (1 review written)
The Webley Longbow air rifle is very accurate, nice to handle, its got a nice stock, its pretty powerful as well. The only bad point I can find it that its loud even with the silencer on. It is an all round, well made air rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2008
For a break barrel its very good on accuracy. Mine has a 3-9 40 scope which is just right.
I have a silencer but obviously its a springer so its still quite noisy.
I love it! Period… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2008 by mattfas (1 review written)
Overall a good rifle and would definatly recomend to anyone experienced or just starting out… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2008 by JakeonUK (1 review written)
I have owned my Webley Longbow for about 2 years now and it is certainly the most impressive breakbarrel spring air rifle I have come accross in terms of accuracy and power. I opted for .177 caliber (To be different) and am very satisfied with the penetration of the shots, Using standard dome head pellets, this rifle will blow a clean hole through a steel mestin (Army cooking pan) at 30-40 meters without any problem.
I am currently using the rifle in conjunction with a Logun sound suppressor… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2008 by smiget (2 reviews written)
I fitted my longbow with a new "venom spring" pushing the power up to 22 ft-lbs using 22.5gr pellets. there is less recoil, less mechanical noise when fired, and fitted with a .22 LR silencer is virtually 100% silent. i have mine zeroed for 80 yards but with a ballistic recitle have made kills comfortably out to 110 yards on rabbits using bipod… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/04/2008 by David o (1 review written)
the gun was so inconsistant pigeons would only fly away if i threw the gun at them joking apart at 30 yards groupings were at 60mm which made the gun unfair to use in case i only wounded in the end i have exchanged it for a theoben evo stock not as good as the webley but deadly accurate (one holer)at 40 yards… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2008
Really good gun for hunting and target shooting. Its got the power and the accuracy to take down any target from quite a long distance. This gun is great value for money and anyone looking for a change should try this. You wont regret it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2008
I think its worth the money and really enjoy using the Webley Longbow, its a lot of fun and i am telling everyone about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2007 by federalnutter (1 review written)
A nice gun with a lot of tuning potential. good value for money. Im thinking of doing a theoben gas ram conversion in a year or so, although the spring is soo good it mite not be worth it, but it would sort that recoil… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2007 by Gazza0708 (1 review written)
I bought my Webley Longbow .22 for only £230, good price compared to other spring rifles out there. I pay around £70 for a Hawke Reflex 3-9x50 - Mil dot which id is the best combo for this rifle. I found that this rifle has no problem at taking down rabbits or crows at around 55 yards, and would still be able to kill at much longer distance… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
Spend months researching and got lucky by getting my hands on an original model - I'm sure Longbow's are good rifles but mine was a dud ; I'm definitely not getting another Webley any time soon .
I'm very disappointed with mine… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/11/2006 by triballofts (3 reviews written)
Bought second hand in .22 cal, a bit rough at first but what a difference it made with the following maintenance: stripped and polished, new piston seal, v-mach spring and top hat installed, re-lubed. It is now one of the nicest springers that I have ever shot and I've shot a lot. The recoil is sweet, a nice nudge as it was quite sharp before, now it's very well balanced and the weight helps with the recoil, its very accurate for a springer. It's a brilliant hunting rifle, mine now shoots at… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/08/2006 by ruthwalker (1 review written)
I have had my Webley Longbow for a few weeks and I have killed lots of pigeons. I have not missed a shot, the pigeons drop with a mighty whack! The rifle is high powered and has a nice barrel cock. A great hunting rifle!… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2006 by austringer (1 review written)
The Webley longbow is one of the best air guns i've owned, it's great in the field or in the garden shooting targets. Great accuracy, i would highly recommended it… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/03/2006 by slugs (1 review written)
In my opinion the Webley longbow is a much underrated air rifle which deserved greater accolade. Extremely accurate and beautifully made. Excellent two stage trigger and Walther Lothar barrel. The bluing of the metal is far superior to the likes of Air Arms or Weihrauch. The walnut stock is particularly nice with its pistol checkering. No longer in production since Webley went bust after 200 years in the business. There are a few still available. Recommend purchasing a fine example of British… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2006 by RalphButler (1 review written)
I bought my Webly Longbow in February 2005 from a local gunshop in Stafford. With it I got a Webley 4x32 and some low Webley mounts along with a BSA SAS silencer.
I chose the more manly .22 calibre as I was planning to use it for conies although with hindsight I believe .177 would of been a better choice due to the flatter trajectory.
When I got it home I bolted the scope on and dashed into my 25 metre range in the garden to zero it in. Accuracy was nothing short of outstanding with… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2005 by alex gunboy (1 review written)
I bought my Webley longbow today, I had originally ordered the xocet on thursday, it had arrived arrived on friday by mid-day but was a .177 I wanted the .22 I phoned up the dealer who was extremely helpful, first they offered me a free upgrade to the XS and some free accupells. But it wouldn't be with me until the next friday. I really wanted to shoot so I decided to drive up. When I got there they gave me a free upgrade to the Longbow carbine. With 6X40 scope for £154 (their very good price… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/03/2005 by 180SX (2 reviews written)
After getting into precharged, I sold off all of my high powered spring rifles because they were too much of a hassle for me (not that I couldn't shoot them accurately). The only spring guns that now appeals to me are medium powered ones because I see no sense in shooting a 20 fpe spring gun that may shatter even the toughest $300 scope. The Webley Longbow nicely fits into this category of medium powered springers.
Since its release, I have drooled over it and I finally gave… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2005 by bej (1 review written)
I've owned my Webley longbow for a few weeks now and have found it to be an excellent weapon. It is very accurate and easy to use. The only problem I have had is that the pellets I was recommended (ELEY WASPS .22) seem to need enormous effort to be pushed into the breech can anyone tell me why? or tell me what pellets to use?… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2004 by Markkendall1 (1 review written)
I've owned my Webley Longbow for a week and quite simply its by far the best air rifle I've shot. It really packs a mighty whack and if like me your not the meanest shot around the pure power of this rifle means whatever you hit will drop! If your looking for a new rifle this is the one!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/10/2004 by alank1313 (1 review written)
I have a Russian rifle which not only has more power than my Webley longbow, but is lighter and more accurate. it cost $75.00 vs $395.00. Though it does not have a walnut stock, the moving parts of the gun are made far better!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2004 by wchilton (1 review written)
I recently acquired the Webley longbow and it is an impressive airgun! Metal finish is highly polished and deeply blued and the (walnut) stock is absolutely beautiful. Cocking effort is slightly more than I anticipated but that's the trade-off for a carbine-length barrel. The gun fires strongly with just a quick snap and not spring twang. Accuracy was below par at first and after talking with the previous owner and dis-assembling the gun for inspection I found that the factory spring had a… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2004 by Alankm (1 review written)
I love the power and value most on the Webley longbow. The carbine with a walnut stock makes a beautiful gun! The safety is a nuisance though; my stock has developed a crack. Buying Beeman next time around.
Alan… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2004 by buz (1 review written)
I purchased my Webley longbow in June, I can't believe how accurate this rifle is. Pigeons, rabbits any small vermin don't stand a chance. Anyone who is thinking of buying one should… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2004 by the air rifle man (1 review written)
Just bought a Webley longbow after getting bored of plinking with the old webley mark 3. Fitted a Hawke 3-9x50 scope and since the bunnies and pigeon population has suffered. One of the best spring rifles on the market, silencers work well with the longbow as well. Incredibly accurate equals Logun Axsor in accuracy very good buy… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2004 by beefbroff (1 review written)
Gun purchased on Saturday, lost its virginity to a feral pigeon on sunday. The poor critters don't stand a chance. Some don't even fall off the roof of the old mill they were shot on, they just roll over and die on the spot. This gun has tremendous accuracy and packs a mean punch, it also has really nice build quality and good woodwork. It's light and seems to be in-between carbine and rifle giving best of both worlds. I've since had a go of the bsa lightning i was gonna buy instead and boy am… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2003 by eddgie (3 reviews written)
Purchased new. Bluing on top of breach block was flawed, though the rest of the rifle was finished beautifully. Chrono at 670 fps with .22 Premiers. VERY accurate. Crisp shooting with almost no spring twang, and very reasonable recoil. Trigger is much better than average, but second stage has some small creep. The break is not quite as crisp as Rekord on Beeman R10 I owned some years ago, but better than any other sporter in the market that I have experience with (RWS, Gamo, etc) Balance… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/10/2003 by longbow (1 review written)
This gun is an absolute dream although it is not far from a webley vulcan it still a spectacular gun whith brilliant features such as auto safety and the grove along the stock is a nice touch. I have owned mine now for about a month and am smashing beer bottles at a range of 30 yds with flat head pellets! it has plenty of power and accuracy and will kill at 40 yds… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2003 by The Hunter (1 review written)
This Webley longbow Air Rifle is one of the BEST spring powerd airguns in the world! Every part of this gun just blows away the rest. I have owend and fired the rest and nothing comes close. When you pick this gun up, the first thing you notice is the super quality deep polished blueing. Then the sheer classyness of the curved modern stock. This doesnt only look good but perfoms well, alowing a sure grip and ease of fireing. To cock the gun, you need a sharp tap to break it then the cocking… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2003 by jdigger (2 reviews written)
Having read the Terry Doe review of the lazaglided Webley Longbow I went out a bought one in .177. Picking it up from Webley Venom the customer service was excellent. They scoped up and rough zeroed the gun for me and gave me 1000 Lazadomes to get me started. At the range I was delighted. The gun groups under 3/4 inch at 30 yards from a seated Field Target position every time. My best group at 30 yards had all 5 shots touching each other in a group around 1/2 inch. The ease with which you can… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2003 by jonesey2k (6 reviews written)
This is one of the finest spring air rifles that I have had the please to shoot!. The gun ozzes quality from every angle. Cocking is a little hard but it has loosened up fine. The gun settled down after only a few shots and has little or no recoil. The gun is quite light but has beautiful ballance. I have not had a chance to use this for hunting yet but im sure it will make clean kils every time.Buy British, Buy Webley… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2003 by alex mac. (1 review written)
This is my second air rifle after owning a Stingray and the Longbow blows it out of the water. I have fitted a simmons 3-9 x 40 scope with a one piece mount and my consistancy has improved beyond belief. A great looking gun with a fantastic automatic saftey which shows how much thought has gone into this rifle. Top marks to Webley… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2003 by Keith. (1 review written)
My son who is a better shot than me hit 12 cans on the trot
at about 40 metres ,I myself hit 9 from 12.
So as you can see its a real accurate rifle.
Comparing with my old BSA Airsporter which i have had for 24 years (and still going strong after a respring)the Longbow is lighter shorter and easier to manage.
I hope this lasts as well as the Bsa has.Im sure it will… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2003 by Lorenzo Mesce. (1 review written)
i have had my longbow for 2 days now, i had to zero in my 3-9x50 simmmons scope on my own. The first day i went out shooting i got 3 pigeons and 2 magpies. The second day i got 1 rabbit and 2 crows. I got the rabbit from 20 metres away and when the pellet hit the rabbit it moved half a foot, great for hunting definitely the best spring powered air rifle available unless you want to get a webley venom version of the longbow (webley venom sidewinder). This gun is pure genius!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2003 by Matt. (1 review written)
The Webley Longbow is very high powered and is quite light and looks great, however i am getting inconsistant pellet groups maybe its me, does any one have any tips for improving? Best pellets have been webley lazadome… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2003 by marcus. (1 review written)
This is the best rifle i have ever bought. Working with a mate on a number of farms shooting rabbits this gun will cope even under the hardest circumstances.
It can kill even at 40 metres and has the best ajustable trigger piece ever. I very good rifle for some one who wants a easy to use rifle for only £250. Top!… Read Full Review