Written on: 09/03/2012
hi i have a webley venom viper and it has got a 4x12x50 scope and a whisper 180 silencer and the acuracy is amazing and so quiet it takes rabbits out with ease if there is 3 or 4 about in the same area you will get them all so quite thanks for reading a must have gun airgunnerscott316 (read more)
Written on: 06/06/2009
the Webley Venom Viper gun is amazing and the scope is clear (read more)
Written on: 22/02/2009 by nobby69
Have owned a Venom Viper twin mag with a 3-9x50 scope for 5 years and was impressed no recoil. It's quiet and so well balanced and light, perfect.............well kind of. If you want the most out of your viper fit a silencer the rabbits don't know what's happening you'll have a 50% kill rate. The end baffles I didn't like, too much space for the round to move that's why I made my own solid baffle on my lathe, as long as you make it out of aluminum and not steel it'll do well and it... (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2008
I want to know, Is the 2 shot an extra which you can purchase a a magazine or is there amodel which comes with 2 shot ? (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2008 by LeeBosh
Excellent. Light . So Quiet . Great for hunting. I own a Venom Viper and i want to know about the 1 shot and 2 shot system. Can you only get 2 shot when you buy the 2 shot model or can you get a 2 shot mag fitted ? (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2008 by LeeBosh
Its great, light and quiet wonderfull for hunting. I own a Venom Viper myself, its a 1 shot and i wanted to know how to get it to a 2 shot? Can you only get a 2 shot with the 2 shot model or can you get a magazine fitted to make it a 2 shot ?
Written on: 17/09/2008 by boblovesgunsforlife
You would be mad to not buy this gun for 500 pounds. The Webley Venom Viper air rifle. Everything aboout this rifle is amazing. There is not one bad thing to say. (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2008
If your looking for a rifle that can take most air gun quarry down this is your baby. Light, and very easy to use plus comes in a 2 shot. (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2008 by monquay (1 review written)
I am very pleased with this gun as my first pre charged, although I am finding getting any information i.e. manuals very difficult, so if anyone can help PLEASE contact me! (read more)
Written on: 22/08/2006 by freck (1 review written)
The viper is an excellent gun to handle, it is very light, the two shot magazine is very easy to master after about 20 loads, and with a second stage silencer fitted it is whisper quiet great for hunting, I just love this gun and would recommend it to any one wishing to go to pcp with a budget. (read more)
Written on: 01/05/2006 by johnlester1955 (2 reviews written)
The Webley Venom Viper a nice gun to shoot, a bit loud but not too much of a problem (read more)
Written on: 20/03/2006 by guns1610
The Viper Venom shoots well but the power I'm getting is below my pistol. Some 9.5ft power that's just rubbish and now Webley gone bust mm NO WONDER (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2006 by wobwobtop (1 review written)
On first getting the Webley Venom Viper the only problems I had were the facts that the built in silencer wasn't quite up to scratch. Neither was the scope but now it's been rezerowed it's fine but still haven't sorted out silencer. It is a wonderful gun to shoot due its fantastic weight and it is better than the Webley Raider I would say my friend Charlie has a Raider and I'm always the first to kill the rabbits and squirrels. Thank you for reading Aaron M (read more)
Written on: 04/07/2005 by nige (10 reviews written)
Webley Venom Viper: A stated before, the in-build sound moderator is not too silent and too loud for hunting. I found a farmer with a crow problem and he's given me permission to take full advantage of the situation, but first I needed to make the Viper quiet, so contacted Webley customer shop. Glad I did. From them I purchased the required adaptor and their VBB14 1/2 UNF silencer. This is not small (8.5" L x 1.125" OD) and weighs a bit but whow! Talk about silent, what gun going off. What... (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2005 by nige (10 reviews written)
Well, the Webley Venom Viperhaving, I tightened the screw up solid that secures the barrel shroud and barrel at the front, my first shot was 2" to the right. Re-zero'd and was almost put pellet on pellet at 25m. Swore a few times when I got home as found some of the screws on the scope clamps had loosened. Rats... have to do it all again next week. I'll get there. Just goes to show, check everything!!!! Need to get this right as have aquired permission to shoot crows on a farm. (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2005 by nige (10 reviews written)
Purchased my Webley Venom Viper Air Rifle April 1st (not a good idea), found it quite brilliant as my first PCP. Wasn't concerned about the slightly inefficient moderator as i'm using it in an indoor range where people shoot full bore rifles. I first used my cheap 4x32 scope and found from week to week the 10 shot group had moved sideways by 1/2" or more. Blamed it on the pellets and tried all different types, then I blamed it on the scope as PX is set for 32yds and I'm firing at 25m so went... (read more)
Written on: 13/05/2005 by Hunts375 (1 review written)
This Webley Venom Viper Air Rifle is insane. I've had this gun for a cuople of years now and I wouldn't buy any other gun. This gun can drive a tack easily up to 50 yards. Having the .22 cal makes it all the better too. It hits insanely hard. If you want a gun that is accurate and kill almost anything... this is the way to go. I bought some 31 grain pellets with it, that were supposeivly capable of shooting through 3 metal trash cans, and believe me they can. The first time I tried the... (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2004 by Paul Luxton (2 reviews written)
The Webley Venom Viper is a very light full power rifle which is well constructed. Brought off my brother, fitted Logun Silencer now whisper quiet. Accupell pellets work well. Shooting out to 30 meters at one inch groups with simmons 3-9x40 scope fitted. In short proper pigeon killer! (read more)
Written on: 10/07/2004 by nickehoe (1 review written)
I bought the Webley Venom Viper rifle this morning from a local air rifle supplier.
I was using at the time a B4 underlever rifle, .22 (with rear sight, no scope)...
I bought this rifle with a scope for £300
I instantly took the rifle up to my friends families farm to test out the rifle and zero the scope. I was instantly impressed by every feature; the light weight makes it easier to aim whilst standing, the twin shot makes it a lot better for zeroing in, saves having to move about a lot... (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2004 by handyandy (3 reviews written)
I have been looking for a Pre-charged rifle for some time, that is Cost effective (not cheap!...), suitable for hunting as well as target shooting (back garden stuff...). I came across the Venom Viper as I was checking out the spec of the Raider 2, as soon as I saw it, I had to get one, so I searched the web and the mags, found that uttings.com are selling them for £323.95, new, so having a decent scope on my XS B20 2.2, I ordered myself one. When it came, I fitted and zeroed the scope and... (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2004 by danybmc (2 reviews written)
After getting my dad to drive all the way up to pontefract, from stoke!! I was glad that that I did. The Webley Venom Viper was a year old, but in mint condition. I paid £260 for the rifle and a 3-9 by 40 simmons scope, with mounts.
Which is brilliant as new this would of cost around £410!! Unfortunatley the scope was a bit tatty and after a week the zoom ring locked up, but simmons are replacing it with a brand new one. So now it has my Tasco Varmint 2.5-19 by 42pa on it which is from my... (read more)
Written on: 04/09/2003 by Wally27 (10 reviews written)
I purchsed this Webley Venom Viper Air Rifle second hand from Allsports of Gloucester. I paid £408 for gun, silencer (and adaptor, bag and 300 bar bottle.
When I first held it I thought the weight was well balanced, nice and light, well manufactured and didn't have a mark on it so I purchased it.
After I got home and had a few shots I was even more impressed. The gun handled superbly and was very acurate at about 15 metres after zeroing it in (Only got relativley short garden).
As for... (read more)