Written on: 11/11/2011 by kingtobias78 (2 reviews written)
I love the looks and feel in the hand, the authentic recoil is addictive but the cocking is awkward. The weight and ergonomics fit me very well it just shines of quality mine is in perfect condition after ???? years. I wish it put out more power, but its accurate once the opens are zeroed. They are very good with positive clicks and they are tough too. The choice of having a scope is excellent but I dont want it left outside its box. There is a slight wobble to the barrell probably as its... (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2011 by Hedgerowe (4 reviews written)
I got mine some years ago. 20years of use with very few problems. this is still usable even today, its very well made and very accurate, spares are the only problems due to webly not around any more. but being well made nothing much goes wrong, I would never even dream of getting rid of it. I could never get a gun to replace it, and last as long. if you have a chance get one. (read more)
Written on: 14/10/2010
I have one of these I want to sell it how much would i get for it? how much is it worth?? (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2010
I bought my gun in 1994 and fired less than 20 shots with it until today when I took it to a local range (I was buying my wife a Rat-Catcher rifle for her birthday). We fired off around 150 today and it was great fun and very accurate. I've now put it back in it's original box along with all the instructions, scope mount, trigger adjuster and purchase receipt for another 16 years - the Hurricane just looks too nice to ruin by use - all that lovely white lettering on the black is just too... (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2009
The Webley & Scott Hurricane not a bad gun but didnt find it as powerful as it looks. i was owt shooting and decided to hit a empty aerosol can and it didnt even pierce it. i did like the weight and it made it feel as it was real. (read more)
Written on: 18/06/2009 by ishai
I have had this webley & scott hurricane pistol for 6.5 years and it's still going strong, after some 3000 pellets still penetrates a new beans tin can. Have never shoot an animal, but I believe it could easily kill a large rat if hit in the head.
It ' s a very precise pistol, can get 10 shots from 10m within 5mm diameter.
My only problem is that lately I have to oil or grease it after ~100 shoots (gets stiff) which makes it quite annoying.
Other than that, it ' s a great toy.
Written on: 04/02/2009 by john dee (1 review written)
My dad bought me a hurricane for my birthday back in 1979. I kept it in the original box complete with Instructions, data sheet and the reciept for 32 pounds from a gunshop in Selkirk. It had the original complementory fifty pellets and paper targets still new in the box. I used and used it, and only had to replace an 'O' ring (where the barrel seats), in thirty years of operation..deadly accurate in 22 caliber, Sadly it was lost forever to Australian customs, who confiscated it when I... (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2009
Webley & Scott Hurricane. Excellent accuracy and power. I own this air-gun for more than 17 years and seems and functions like brand new with practically no service. The original targeting system is not very accurate (adjustable thought) especially in low light condition, but can be replaced by a collimator. I heard this gun has been discontinued and it's a same because it's an excellent air-gun. (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2009 by Kimm742 (59 reviews written)
Got mine as a Christmas present from the wife in 1981 !!
Great for plinking and taking out vermin, accurate enough for target shooting against your mates. Apart from cleaning the barrel and a bit of routine lubrication, never been touched. Adjustable trigger and click-adjustable sights, not fussy about pellets. Excellent build quality. Yes I've got the scope fitting bracket and the original box, and no I won't sell it! (read more)
Written on: 07/12/2008 by blondejam
A cracker of a pistol, I've had mine now for some ten years, started practicing again over the last year or so, a real joy. My ten year old son finds it an easy pistol to handle and target with. (read more)
Written on: 25/11/2008
My dad has one still in its original packaging with the card targets that came with it and everything. It also works perfectly and is in perfect condition. It makes me feel proud as it is such a good gun! (And rather rare to be with its packaging) (read more)
Written on: 19/11/2008
My father brought one over from England after the war and as a child I and himwould have target practice evenings together.. Im in my 50's now and still look back fondly on those times.. He taught me then about safe handling practicers and marksmanship etc. Well made excellent value for your dollar (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2008
Great little thing very accurate with a surprising amount of range. The Webley & Scott hurricane is discontued and is very hard to get your hands on. (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2008
I own a Hurricane for over twenty years now. It was a gift from a friend of my father's, along with a soviet-era Baikal air pistol. I suppose the Baikal still exists somewhere, maybe in my parent's attic, but I couldn't care less - my brother and I put maybe 10 pellets through it before setting it aside and focusing on the Webley.
I've had many CO2 guns since, but I always go back to the Hurricane. It wasn't new when I got it - the logo on both sides of the frame had faded out earlier, but... (read more)
Written on: 02/07/2008 by DRESSBLUES (12 reviews written)
Still in spite of some minor flaws,this is a well made gun,something the new Turkish manfacturers should take notice of" IE/ the "Typhoon",now the Hurricane is becoming a collector's model especially if you can find one with it's original packing intact. (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2008
I had this gun 25 years ago. the shot was so straight i could hit a sparrow at 50 mtr. (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2008
Forget c02 pistols, there fussy about temperatures and u need a pocket full of gas bulbs, the webleys are the way to go, although it will have to be secondhand. (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2008
Nice gun ,well made good looks. Only bad point is the sighting is way off and needs the rear sight as far to the left as it will go. Also when i bought the gun it needed to have its spring changed to one that was not cut..When they come in to Canada (so i am told ) they change or cut the spring to make them weaker and that sucked.Now wit the new spring it is like the one i use to own except for the bad sights. (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2008
Overall it's a very good and reliable no matter how old it is. (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2008
Good all-rounder, use it on many occasions whilst hunting. (read more)
Written on: 18/02/2008 by tinus42 (1 review written)
I heard Webley had gone bankrupt and no longer sells the Hurricane. Is this correct? (read more)
Written on: 03/02/2008 by odfnz (1 review written)
I bought the Hurricane Webley&Scott in 1988 and is still as accurate and powerful the day i got it, this excellent air pistol will not let a marksman down, i had it fine tuned for 10 metres target by an Olympic Gold Medalist Shooter in 1993 and you got to own one to appreciate this remarkable air pistol. I never had any technical problems with it other than having it cleaned and oiled at a local gunshop. It is with sadness that production had stopped for this make of its own premium class... (read more)
Written on: 28/09/2007 by zorbel (1 review written)
Webley & Scott Hurricane is an awesome pistol all round good performer with good looks - means you can buy a good product and know it will perform - if they were german it would have a BMW stamp on it somewhere - top quality. Good bit of kit, thats why you cant find them any where. They stopped making then and there was and is a lack of the telescopic pistol sight and mount available, if you have one: I will buy it. (read more)
Written on: 15/07/2007 by bilzer (1 review written)
Very accurate and not cheaply made. I take it to my camp in Maine where I have a limited range size and I can spend an hour at a time getting decent groups and knocking cans down from 50 feet with a good deal of accuracy.
I am not sure what pistol would be better overall out there for the money and the power? (read more)
Written on: 15/06/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
I don't own a Hurricane, but my dad does - and he's had it for over 25 years - it's still in great condition and shoots as well as my much newer CO2 pistol despite having lived an active life.
First thing's first - I love this pistol - mostly because it's powerful, accurate (I'll get to that in a minute) and extremely robust, but also because it's so much fun to use. This pistol puts a smile on my face, and I think that this is very important in an air weapon of any kind.
The model I shoot... (read more)
Written on: 13/06/2007 by elgremlino (1 review written)
I've got my Dad's Webley & Scott Hurricane .177 that he brought back in 1977, and it still works perfectly fine. He paid £27 for it then, not sure what that is in comparison with today. But the fact that it still works today shows how well it must be built. (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2006 by StuR007 (1 review written)
I have had the Webley & Scott Hurricane air pistol for many years and it has never jammed once. The pistol is quite powerful and feels excellent in your hand. Also it is not too noisy when outdoors, which is a plus and it's very satisfying to shoot. This pistol should be an excellent choice for anyone who prefers performance over looks. (read more)
Written on: 14/08/2006 by david harris 447 (1 review written)
Just wanted to add a comment about the Webley & Scott Hurricane gun's overall build quality. I bought mine in 1987, 19 years ago now. I've never taken it apart or cleaned it internally, just oiled the barrel every couple of years and it's still working perfectly. There doesn't seem to be any drop off in accuracy or power. One thing though, I paid £78 for mine and that was a good price then, and people are still only paying £100 for it? (read more)
Written on: 28/01/2006 by cptman (38 reviews written)
The power and accuracy of the Webley and Scott Hurricane are fairly mediocre totally unsuitable for hunting except very close range vermin control.
I would never part with it, there is something slightly eccentric about this pistol that just makes it fun to use. (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I have had the Webley & Scott Hurricane air pistol for a lot of years, and it has seen some amount of action. I taught my kids to shoot with it.
I can't fault it, other than when I put a pistol scope on it. It is probably just me though, because I just couldn't get a good sight picture.
Use the open sights and watch the cans fly!! (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2005 by smithers
All round the Webley & Scott Hurricane is a good airpistol, it has a good adjustible trigger, great for hunting PS hunt flocks of low flying seagull easy prey. (read more)
Written on: 11/08/2004 by Skreef (2 reviews written)
I bought the .22 Webley & Scott Hurricane new for £100 and what good purchase it was! This pistol looks good and feels right in your hand. It combines style, power and reliability. The black finish on the pistol is excellent. It has a safety thumb switch (always a good thing!) and you even get a scope attachment!
The Hurricane can be used as a hunting weapon for vermin, rabbits & birds or as a target pistol. The Hurricane is powerful. It can punch a hole through sheet metal at close... (read more)
Written on: 06/08/2004 by Mad Dog (18 reviews written)
The Webley and Scott Hurricane is an over lever, spring piston air pistol. As with any spring powered airgun other than the RWS mod54, there is recoil, and in the Hurricane the recoil is reversed. This takes time to get used to. Cocking the pistol also takes time to master, and requires a fare amount of effort. What it comes down to is that once you understand how this pistol works and you spend some time practicing with it, you will be amazed with its accuracy and ease of operation. The... (read more)
Written on: 23/12/2003 by D BO (1 review written)
I own the grandfather gun to the Hurricane known as the Webley and Scott Senior. The gun I have was patent and purchased in 1925 and has gone through only 2 owners, the previous owner passing away. It is the same basic design and has fired perfectly and accurately up until this year (2003) when the spring finally went and is getting replaced as I write this review. An awesome all around gun for anyone interested in the sport of airgunning. (read more)
Written on: 22/11/2003 by mike melick (1 review written)
I have had the hurricane now for about 6 months and have found the .22 model which I have to be a solid dependable piece. It will kill a rabbit with one well placed shot every time. It does require one to become familiar with the way it shoots. (read more)
Written on: 01/10/2003 by buster (1 review written)
I have owned my Webley & Scott Hurricane Air Pistol for five years now and find it excellent for plinking in the back yard, and a lot of fun on camping/backpacking trips.
I admit it's the only airgun I've ever owned, so I won't go into technical details because I can't. I'm getting an HW45 soon though, and a rifle after that.
I once got the urge to buy my own airgun, having fired many of my friends trendy CO2 pistols and a lot of BB repeater guns, and I can assure you that if you want to... (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2003 by Overkill (1 review written)
I've owned my Webley & Scott Hurricane for 10 years, have fired many thousands of pellets through it, accuracy is still same as new, it's never required any major maintenance or repair. This is an excellent pistol for rodent control and keeping tuned up for firearm shooting (my main purposes for it). Depending on pellet type, off-hand accuracy is 0.25" to 0.75" per 10 shots at 50'. Trigger action can be dramatically improved by small corrections to the hammer / sear interface and... (read more)
Written on: 08/07/2003 by daldis.
The Hurricane, Tempest and its relatives are very powerfull air pistols. I believe that the muzzle velocity is about 400 Fps. That's the good news. The bad news is that the performance of these pistols is disappointing for an accomplished marksman because they are not very accurate.
The problem is that the forward site is mounted on the barrel and the rear site is mounted on the stock. What this means is that each time you break the barrel to cock the pistol the sites may come slightly out... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2003 by Nathan.
I bought the pistol about four mounths ago because we had rats in the garden i chose the Hurricane because it is very accurate and good looking at a resonable price. When i tested it on the rats it did the job very well and i managed to shoot five rats overall a very good pistol. (read more)
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