Written on: 25/09/2012 by sebsyseren (4 reviews written)
i have the 2 shot, my first pcp. got it 6 months ago cheap for a ton off facebook for sale or swap in my area, with no faults. the first thing i did was strip it completely just to be nosey and fairdoo's it disassembles easily with only the trigger block and its small, fall on the floor and make you scratch your head where the hell did they just come from, pins that stumped me for 5 minutes. i have made mods for these rifles and sold them on ebay which have paid for the gun 3 times over.... (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2011
hi there one raider to change striker spring do you have to de compress cylonder thank you (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2011 by Trevorwarduk (1 review written)
Hi i have just prchased the Webley Raider single 22 shot so far i have found it to be a great gun, the question is can it be converted to the two shot? (read more)
Written on: 07/12/2010
my name is ken i have just bought a webley raider after using my friends one,the accuracy of this wepon is spot on but with a scope on even better if that is posible,the stock and the balance is good although i do find loading not quite to my liking maybe due to stumpy fingers apart from that i can not fault it.webley has been around along time and has a good name, just that one time i used my friends i did not need to know any more except where to buy one which i did the next day.at a good... (read more)
Written on: 03/07/2010
i own he webley raider single shot and i have owned sum of the best air rifles going but must say the raider is the best its shooting at 12/ftp and im hitting pigens in the head at 80yards and rabbits at 70yards its the most easyest rifle to use there is no down sides to my rifle i like everything about it i highly recommend all air gunners should own one i have the optik zoom 3-9x50s scoop and the webley siloncer and you can hardy hear it never missed a shot i put a bit on bored up at... (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2010
Just bought my Webley Raider single shot, only been out with it once but no complaints, feels good, nice weight, looks great, and had no problems hitting the target. Also fills quickly with a pump. Very happy with the purchase I made. Cant wait to get back out with it. (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2010 by mtkj (1 review written)
I bought my raider single shot .177 last july 2009 and i am loving it managing 15mm grouping at 35 yards.One thing that bothers me is after about 45 shots the power drops to about 8.45 ftp. does any one have the same problem and how did thay rectified it (read more)
Written on: 24/12/2009 by W1ldf0wler (1 review written)
I have a 2 shot raider. I have had the wood removed and had it stained a dark cherry colour and several hard polyurathane coats applied. The gun looks fantastic, Coupled with a Edgar Brothers 3-9x50 illuminated scope I can hit a 5 pence piece at 35 yards with no problem. Takes out wood pigeons, crows and magpies at 40 yards easly. I just love this gun. only problen It is hard to pump up over 160 bar with a stirup pump, nust get a tank. (anyone got one going cheap). Great gun at a good price. (read more)
Written on: 20/06/2009 by deanofinn73 (2 reviews written)
I have just bought the Webley Raider 1 shot bolt action co2 air gun last week and i have found it to be a very well balanced gun when used with silencer can hardly hear anything, plus you get plenty shots on 1 charge all in all i really like my Webley. When used with sights every time you shoot a target you rarely miss. Only bad thing I found with the gun was re-loading after my shot until you get used to it. (read more)
Written on: 06/06/2009 by markohopp
hi i have owned many guns including a sweet sixteen and a bsa superten but the complete truith is i prefer the raider its very accurate and silent i have taken 7 rabbits from nine shots witch is better than i did with the s16 and the s16 and super ten are alot heavier either way 10 out of 10
i added the 2 shot clip and hw100 silencer (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2009 by anthxix
Just bought my webley raider single shot today. Coupled with a Hawke 3-9x50 illuminated reticule scope and a weirauch silencer it makes but a whisper as im hitting the bull from 30 yds+ overall i'd say 10/10 on noise, 9.5/10 accuracy, 10/10 weight and handling. Top quality PCP (read more)
Written on: 20/09/2008
I would buy this gun as it is good make and easy use, it should come with scopes but is very light and easy to use. (read more)
Written on: 03/09/2008
Not that heavy and it's accurate in the right hands. No bad points really, other than the bolt sometimes jams if you get dirt etc in it. It's a real good air rifle. (read more)
Written on: 19/06/2008
Very good little gun, would recommend to beginners and experienced huntsman alike. Very forgiving on the arms due to it being so light. A++ rifle!! (read more)
Written on: 30/04/2008
I have a 30 ftlb rader on FAC and it is very usefull where I can not use my rimfire
The 11.5 non FAC rifle is ok for non licence people I am shure,
I did buy my rader off ticket as a 12 ftlb but then I put it on my FAC and did the valve etc.
Written on: 24/09/2007 by nickh42 (1 review written)
Fine performer. Has a good enough punch to take rats with a single shot, even at a medium range. (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2006 by lefty (2 reviews written)
I brought my Webley Raider as a start up rifle I have never shot before but find myself hitting a 2" target every time from 30 yards. The power from this rifle is amazing as I am hitting targets at 80 yards. Everywhere seems to say that you only get 60 shots from this rifle before you have to recharge i find myself doing over 80 without the power dipping. I have been using H&N Match and find them very accurate and recommend them to everyone. I think the Webley Raider is the best PCP on the... (read more)
Written on: 14/01/2006 by snipersnipersniper (6 reviews written)
I recently bourght a Webley Raider .177 beach fitted it with a 4-16x50 scope and it is getting bull every shot at 30 yards but the trigger lets it down a bit as it is bumpey and grinds and is not very smooth also does any body know where i can get hold of stock screws because I stripped the head on them trying to oil the trigger? And can any body help me to sort out my triger.?
If I was to adjust the 2nd sear adjustment screw would that sort my problem out? (read more)
Written on: 11/11/2005 by riverdave (9 reviews written)
I've had my Webley Raider Single shot now for about 6 months. It has become my gun of choice. It has superb power (28ftp) and excellent accuracy. It is however quite loud. The finish is excellent on both the metal and the wood. (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2005 by nicholasdownes (4 reviews written)
I took delivery of my Webley Raider Single Shot 1 last night so this is a preliminary report. I bought the Raider to retire my Logun MK1 .22 11shot PCP after finding out how much it was worth. I wanted another PCP to shoot on a weekly basis at the club without the hastle of multishot mechanisms or worry of wear and tear. I have only put 140 rounds through it (Webley Lazapel provided) and have been greatly pleased by its performance. Mated up to a Hawke 6x42 mill dot with low mounts but no... (read more)
Written on: 27/01/2004 by iain5968 (1 review written)
I bought my raider a year ago, had lots of problems with it due to low power level. I sent it back to webley (twice) but finally came back at 11.7ft/lb. A couple of weeks ago decided to have a go at tuning the gun......... I dont think you will see this anywhere else (now pay attention!!!!!!!)
You have a few routes you can take if you want to tune your gun
1) You will need to try and find a new stronger hammer spring (which isnt easy. If you do find one well done!!!. If you cant (like me)... (read more)
Written on: 04/06/2003 by keeper.
The webley tracker single shot.22 is the best air rifle I have owned since my old BSA air sporter. It so quiet and you can have kill after kill with only the click of the trigger heard at short range.
The only fault I have with it is its very choosy on what type pellet it uses! I have tried many different makes but most only manage to produce around 9-10ft/lb a far cry from what they recomend of 12ft/lb at maximum pressure.
Can any one here advise me on a pellet they have found to give good... (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2003 by dean.
I bought my raider two shot in august last year. first time out i bagged two bunnies with two shots, and after that could not miss. until...
I began having difficulties, my main one being able to hit bottle tops and the like, but nothing live!
Since then though i've grown quite fond of the gun. Its brilliantly put together and very accurate. Will easily do 60-75 full power shots, although its rather noisy with the short bbmf silencer and is fussy with pellets.
The two shot shuttle is highly... (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2003 by Ray the Jackal.
i bought the raider single shot in 2.2 about 7 weeks ago and i couldn`t be more happier with it,every morning me and a friend go to the local quarry and we bag at least 10 rabbits every morning between us, my setup is a raider s/shot 2.2 with a deben 3+9+50 sport scope and a logun silencer my scopes are set to 45yds and it is deadly accurate at that distance......never be put off buying one, one of the best rifles on the market..all the best to you all ...ray (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2003 by millzy.
Over all i would say the raider .22 single shot is one of the most pleasing of all the air rifles i have or ever owend i always look forward to a days shooting on my farm because i know im goin to get results (read more)
Written on: 26/02/2003 by corky.
I have had a number of air rifles and all of which I would say that the webley Raider is the best. It is a good sturdy gun and comfortable to hold. I have shot over 50 rabbits in one night and every single shot was a clean one. Overall I would say that if you are looking for a well priced, decent gun, then the Webley Raider is the one to get. (read more)
Written on: 11/10/2002 by jason.
I HAVE OWNED ABOUT 10 AIR RIFLES OVER THE LAST 15 YEARS & I CAN TRUTHFULLY SAY THAT THE RAIDER IS BY FAR THE BEST AIR RIFLE I HAVE EVER OWNED. I CANNOT THINK OF ANY BAD POINTS TO WRITE ABOUT IT. MY RIFLE IS USED FOR TARGET SHOOTING & SINCE SHOOTING THE RAIDER MY SCORES HAVE GOT BETTER & BETTER. IF YOU WANT TO BLAST BULLSEYES ALL DAY LONG THEN GET A RAIDER! (read more)
Written on: 14/05/2002 by stringer.
I have owned 13 air rifles before i found my favourite and now i can definitely say that my webley raider 2 is the best rifle i have owned and shot. I have fitted it with a `sa1 haris bipod` and have tuned it to 24fp and it now has a range of 50 yards and can easily bag foxes and bunnys with ease. i fitted my raider with a tasco 6+9+60 deer hunter scope as soon as i purchased it. I'm yet to miss. the webley raider is an ideal field target and hunting allround rifle but i feel it best... (read more)
Written on: 26/10/2001 by Pecontools.
I purchased the webley raider two months ago after previously owning many different airguns including pre-charged and spring powered. I personally tune all my airguns and have achieved 28 ft/lb quite easily from the raider. I prefer to use it for pest control now rather than my shotgun.
The raider is extremely accurate and provided the correct silencer is used is reasonably quiet. At 28 ft/lb you will only manage 30 shots from a full charge and if you are using the hand pump it will use 4.5... (read more)
Written on: 19/07/2001 by billyboy.
I have a springer/gas ram bsa lightning, see review! decided to try pcp. ok, they are a lot of money, especially as you need to put aside 140squids for a pump. great. so I plumped for a webley raider .177.single shot. price dictated this choice really, but when I saw it in the shop, I had to have it. Its a lovely engineered piece of kit. it will hold 60 shots. The beauty of a .177 pcp is the absolute confidence of a hit. The accuracy is incredible,im sure all pcps are the same, you can hold... (read more)