Written on: 22/11/2012 by BuckarooTwo (1 review written)
I had one But my son needed a squirrel shooter, He has some pecan treesthat needed protecting, if you catch my drift. Well I missed my Vulcan which liked Super Domes.So when one came up for sale I snatched it up like candy to a kid! This Vulcan Likes H/N field target trophy's. Both Rifles are very accurate, which means they can hit a dime at 25 to 30 yards very, very often. If it misses it is probably me. The Vulcan is built to last a long time, it is solid! Mine are over 20 years old and still… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2012 by chazza12321 (1 review written)
iv'e had my webley vulcan for about 4 months now and i must say i'm absolutely loving it. it has quite a kick back because its spring but its taught me more about shooting than any other person or rifle. i tend to do mainly target shooing with it but i have shot a couple of vermin with it, and i know from experience that its accurate and powerful enough to hit a rabbit and a can from 60 yards away. every one says to get rws superdome and beeman but i think that it works much much better with… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2012 by ukbikerbuyer (4 reviews written)
I have a MK3 Webley Vulcan Carbine with moderator & 4x32 mil dot scope fitted. It's fantastically accurate & consistent up to 50 yards, regardless of wind or rain! it does have quite a bit of re-coil being a springer, but I'm used to it, and quite enjoy having a little 'kick and thwack' when shooting! - re-coiless PCP's beat mine on accuracy prone, but standing, I'm up with and beating them! This is the perfect stalking weapon, built to last forever, quality is outstanding, they don't make em'… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2010
Webley Vulcan, in 4.5
Extremely accurate @ 50 yards... with all sort of good quality pellets,like RWS Superdome, Beeman...ect
Great small pest, corvid game small carbine.
If you can find one buy one and you will be a very happy collector....
S,N… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2010
Powerful and accurate but being relatively small and light the recoil on mine was problematic, the screws holding the stock and action together would vibrate loose and the scope would creep. I have to laugh at the guy who says he has killed various game with his Vulcan including "large predators"! What does he mean, tigers, or bears perhaps? There are some real comedians reviewing air rifles on here, I see someone else has been shooting pigeons at 150 yards with his Air Arms S410, no doubt he… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2010
could any one please help me. I am just getting into shooting again and have a webley vulcan mk1 very good gun. The problem i am having now is my dad has got a s410 pcp and what a rifle so quite, so now i want a pcp but dont know what to go for they all seem the same . My price is 500 POUNDS. I dont mind second hand. i have been looking at the stelth,edgar brothers xvi and have tested them out they are good guns if you like the look but i want to be sure before i part with my cash. please… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2010 by ADEUK1967 (7 reviews written)
I purchased a used one from an airgun forum, can buy & sell there without postal legislation. It's a later Mk3 .22 with the improved one stage trigger and 'anti twang' spring guide. A well made and finished rifle in good condition mine, powerful and accurate, not too heavy. Fires smoothly with little recoil or noise. Coat the spring with a decent Moly Disulphide grease from Abbey or Bisley. Recommend the Webley pro system silencer and Sportsmatch one piece mounts. Best pellet H & N Field Target… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2009 by David Gray (1 review written)
Have had my Vulcan carbine with 'silencer' for 10 years. Don't find it heavy - if anything, compared to pre-charged weapons it's rear-weighted and feels fabulous. Doesn't rattle. Have standard scope and just shoot targets as practice for firearm shooting down the TA range. The spring recoil gives a feel of a much bigger cartridge weapon like an SA80 (really!) and lets you get used to the rifle jumping off target after each shot - just like a semi-auto firearm. Pre-charge rifles may be… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2009
My Webley Vulcan has a short barel it is a good gun and as much as I have used it the sites have naver jumped ( tuch wood)… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/03/2009
I bought my Webley Vulcan .177 27 years ago. I have shot it thousands of times and shot many critters with it, including some big preditors. I have been looking at new more powerful air guns, but they all feel low-class relative to my old Vulcan. So I still have my old reliable Vulcan. There are more powerful guns out there, but none with the balance, accuracy and quality of the Vulcan… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2009
I received my Webley Vulcan new in 1983 - for my 14th birthday present. The following year my parents furnished me with a TASCO 3x9x50 scope. I've had the rifle for 26 years and the combination 25 years. The complete systems is as reliable and accurate today as it was all those years ago. Apart from a small amount of pitting on the blueing - it's still in pristine condition. I must have put 30,000 pellets through it over the years. An absolute design classic of the air rifle world… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/10/2008
Vulcan much missed old friend. Ideal weight for hunting, enough power and smooth to shoot. A great all round air rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2008
Ive just got a bisley silencer and new scope for my webley vulcan 2.2 and its a cracking piece of kit. I dont know how but my barrel was slightly out of line but fixed now and nearly hitting the bullseye every time from 30 yards. Exellent piece of kit for anyone. I have not found any bad points yet… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2008 by Cid the merciful (1 review written)
Proud to own one. p.s. have had several air guns spring & precharged. A light & very easy to use full power rifle in the right hands is very accurate. Mine is a Mk2. A few years back I was invited by my son to go shooting with him to a top club while stationed in Aldershot. At first i felt intimidated amongst these expensive rifles & specialised scopes. But with my Vulcan & a 3x9x40 Tasco scope I was very, very far from being embarrassed when the shooting started. can only recommend this air… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/09/2008 by mikechuds (1 review written)
i found the Webley Vulcan to be a very reliable weapon. Its great and easy for beginners to use as well. There are no bad points that I can find… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2008 by vulcan 1 (2 reviews written)
I would recommend a webley vulcan to anyone no probem. Power up to the uk limit, a very good handler ,.22 or .177,mine is .22 and has been a terrific hunter. My gun has lost some of its blueing and the stock has been re done but for a 1980s gun that has done a lot of work ,thats not a bad thing. The gun has got a trigger safety, also just the right weight for a hunter… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/07/2008
I have had this gun for about 3 years and it has never been wrong for me, totally brilliant. Mainly used for pigeons,crows,rats and rabbits… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/05/2008 by poshshooter (1 review written)
Does anyone know where i can get hold of a .22 barrel for a mk3?… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/05/2008
Buy its absaloutly bril! No bad points really, a bit heavy but who cares. Brilliant very good for pest hunting and target practice I love it accurate, powerful, well done webley… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2008
Exceptional value for money i bought my .22 rifle about 4 years ago and have had no problems or even a drop in power.
a friend of mine bought a rifle nearly three times the money and i can still keep up with his on accuracy and power.
… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2008
Excellent all rounder. Bang on the legal limit for power British very accurate in the field affordable. The weight of the air rifle is a bad thing… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2008 by j cross (1 review written)
I am looking for a rear sight for my vulcan, can anyone help?… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2008
The Webleyt Vulcan is a great weapon for shooting targets or animals, i think itys a great gun to use and a lot of fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/02/2008
its a very good gun on tarket and extremly powerful butt does jam at the barrell… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2007 by jonesy22 (1 review written)
I would definetly buy another one. The Webley Vulcan air rifle is a great all rounder… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/12/2007 by the real bigfoot (1 review written)
I got my vulcan 2 months ago, and love it. it is perfect, it isn't some sissy rifle with no recoil like some pre-charged ones… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2007 by spectre7014 (1 review written)
I'm looking for a barrel for My 177 cal- please e-mail if you have an extra.. Everthing else on my gun is mint- unfortunately my nephew lodged an aluminum rod into mine rendering it useless. Excellent airgun… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2007 by Krupps (1 review written)
I would snap up a .22 if I could find one reasonably… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2007 by paulus beard (2 reviews written)
I bought my .22 Webley Vulcan back in the mid 80'S when I was in the A.T.C and still use it today, it is a lovely piece of kit and still as good now as it was then… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2006 by tallguy606 (6 reviews written)
Got a used .177 Webley Vulcan and am quite impressed. Has typical Webley quality, deep shiny blue, excellent fit of parts, excellent machining. Overall look is quite similar to Classic FWB124. Don't have chrony but previous owner claimed 858 fps with Gamo hunter pellets, seems about right. I like every thing about the gun, but be careful loading pellets in the breech. They just drop in, don't have a press fit like my HW rifles, be careful it doesn't fall out when closing barrel or you'll… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2006 by gamohunter (16 reviews written)
I bought an old Webley Vulcan Air Rifle, very good quality break barrel air rifle. It makes a good little hunter… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2006 by Shetishooter (2 reviews written)
I got hold of one of these Webley Vulcan rifles to do some pest control work and found it to be very poor, so I decided to strip it down to see what was wrong, with what should be a good rifle.
I found that the main spring and piston had becomed gubbed up with a accumulation of dirt and old grease.
Athough the rifle is no longer in production I had no problems in getting spares, so after a complete set of seals, pins, and main spring the rifle was rebuilt.
On testing the improvement in the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2006 by pedrop123 (2 reviews written)
The Webley Vulcan is a brilliant rifle I learnt to shoot with it 5 years ago. I have now been to Bisley for an annual 7.62 competition and I have had nothing but success with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I bought my Webley Vulcan in approx 1978/9. Used for a lot of years - many thousands of pellets. Not a thing went wrong with it. Made the mistake of lending it to a friend - never saw him again!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2005 by Vulcanator (13 reviews written)
I purchased the Webley Vulcan air rifle (the mk1 version) when I was 16, and used it to exterminate the local bird and pest population, which it did with great effect! I find the rifle to be accurate and quite durable. I left the UK in 1988, and left it in my gun cabinet for almost 17 years.
I had the opportunity to bring it to the US where I now live, and the blueing is still in great condition, and I shoot 10 shot 1-1.25" groups at 25 yards with open sights.
I've never had any problems… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/10/2005 by Moley61 (4 reviews written)
I could not get a test of any gas ram rifle so I bought the first (cheapish) gun that I could fit a gas ram to. It's a .22 Webley Vulcan Mk3 of unknown age or history. I followed the instructions to the letter(never having done anything like this before) and it took me about an hour to fit with no more tools than any home mechanic would have ie; screwdrivers, hacksaw, pliers. I bought a Combro CB625 to check any difference between the spring and gas ram. With unsorted Webley Lazapells the… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2005 by Moley61 (4 reviews written)
I bought a .22 Vulcan secondhand about a year ago. I have no idea of its history or age though I'm sure from visiting the Webley website that it is a Mk 3.
I have fitted a silencer (moderator) and a Theoben Gas Ram which transformed the rifle making it much smoother and more consistently accurate although it was good with the coil spring.
Theoben advertise the shorter 'lock time' of a Gas Ram as a good thing, I agree. This is the time between you squeezing the trigger and the pellet leaving the… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2005 by mr sheffield uk (1 review written)
I got my Webley Vulcan way back in 1980, I've looked after my Vulcan and use it most weekends, my 2 sons learnt to shoot using it, I've always had open sites never scopes, I've got lots of spares for my Vulcan if I see them in a shop I buy them.
I'm 41 now got the gun when I was 16, and hope to be still shooting it way in to my 70s wtg webley on a fantastic rifle :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2004 by mjwr57 (5 reviews written)
High quality for what it cost. Ultra short barrel makes for easy 1" groups at 40 yards. Very quiet at shooters end, action clicks rather than twangs or thumps. Superb for vermin shooting. Spares inexpensive - new spring under a tenner. My first choice air rifle. I don't know if these are still available now (got mine in 1996) but if you find a good 2nd hand example, snap it up!… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2004 by kinkyjohn1000 (3 reviews written)
I've had my Webley Vulcan Carbine for 8 years now and it's still absolutely awesome. I've had others but this is still my best shot/favourite weapon of all. Since having this master piece I've added a few items such as an antler scope and some silencer, I get about 2-3 magpies before they know what's happening. excellent… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2004 by Adam C (1 review written)
I purchased the Webley Vulcan Air Rifle second hand from a friends dad and its ten years old, mint condition and had shot under 100 pellets. I am fairly new to shooting, but after fitting Nikko-stirling Mount Master sights (3-9 X 40)I have had no problem killing rabbits, etc. It is always accurate and the power is excellent, always killing first shot. It looks and feels quality (deluxe model), and I cannot fault it. The only thing I really miss is the two stage trigger found on the Longbow… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2004 by jakearkell (1 review written)
This Webley Vulcan still handles and shoots well even after the 18 years of shooting my dad has had out of it. It can still cull rabbits at 25-30mts and hasn't had a new spring put in it since it was bought brand new. I am trying to find some opens for the gun as telescopics aren't all reliable on this gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2003 by muggs (2 reviews written)
Very good. The Webley Vulcan is an old air rifle, but it still does the job. I've had it for about 15 yrs and its still in good condition. it just goes to show that it is well made and that it can be maintained very easily. The break barrel has a very good, quick release and can load a pellet in under 3 seconds. it is also very easy to aim the rifle and get it correct positioning, by using the two cogs on top and on the side. Very Good… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2003 by Webley4Ever (1 review written)
17 years on, the Webley Vulcan Air rifle has not lost any of its power. Still use it to cull the local pigeon population and with the scope on it...watch out. I also have an old Shangai at the cottage with field sites and after about 25 years, it is still firing strong. Shoots a bit to the left but I compensate for that with the field sites and stilla good squirrel gun!… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/06/2003 by Dan. (1 review written)
Response to Noodles. I received my Webley Vulcan II on my 13th birthday and have literally shot thousands of Beeman Silver Jets through it. It received a new heart from David Slade a few years back when he removed the old tired spring and replaced it with a gas ram. I am now 34 years old and still enjoy small game hunting as much as I did at 13. It was and still is a great little air rifle. Good memories!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2003 by Noodles. (1 review written)
My first rifle was a Webley Vulcan. As soon as i got it i was amazed at how good it looked especially for the price. The Beeche stock looked as good as any walnut could and the balance was great. I had prepared a 15 yard range in my garden and started off by pinging some cans with my open sights using Eley wasps 5.6mm (0.22)
It was very accurate and i spent well over 3 hours there.
I later mounted a Webley 3-9x40 scope on and it brought even better results and my accuracy improved alot.
I… Read Full Review