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Written on: 14/03/2015 by Pavarotti (1 review written)
Back in the 70's my first rifle was a Chinese Arrow rifle Cheap and cheerful. Couldn't afford exotic Webleys or HW's Fast forward to a few days ago. A friend of a friend was after a cheap rifle and one came up in the local paper so I bought it for him It turned out to be a new, still in the box B2 It was essentially my old Arrow,. There was a release clip to open the break barrel up, it had SMK stamped on it but it was the same gun. As I said things don't change. It even had a rough edge… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/02/2015 by voMorris1947 (1 review written)
I bought the SMK B2 because I had vermin problem. I had owned airguns years ago but was not up to speed with current models. I would have bought another model but to be frank that was the money I had. In short the quality of the rifle is fairly poor. The first stock split and was replaced immediately by the RFD. Accuracy was around a six inch group at 15 meters. After firing a tin of low quality pellets through it and giving it a major clean this improved to a 4 inch group. Fitting a scope… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2013
I have recently come to own a smk b2custom. And was quite pleased with it until! I realised that I had paid much to much for it!I thought it was a bargain at £119 with bag moderator and scope. All though it does shoot slightly to the left like people have stated! I have no issues with the power of the 2.2 when using point extra! Seeing a holes in a 2cm wooden panel is impressive! But the damage on the exit side, more so!nor did it have a problem with making the same mess out of a few steel… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2013 by Matdockar (1 review written)
I wanted to but an air rifle for a long time, but as my budget was very low I did loads of revision on different rifles until I fell upon the smk b2. Like many people, I did research on the rifle and was put off by the amount of negative reviews about this little springer. I would like to share my experience about this rifle. Firstly, the rifle is cheep. Very cheep. This is why I was so nervous about buying it. As they say you get what you pay for! And straight out of the box the rifle is… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2011 by karl31 (3 reviews written)
i think this gun is a realy good value gun,for those not wanting to spend too much its perfect,its very accurate but i have to shoot a little low of the target to be on target but ive got used to that now ,i use to own a bsa lightning which is better than the smk b2 but not by a lot and the price of that gun made me less satified than i am with the b2,just a powerfull as the more expensive rifles,£40 well spent… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2011 by dragon_in_exile (1 review written)
I'm a FAC (0.223) and Shotgun licence holder and I used to have a AA S200 for disposing of rats and the like in the farm yard, but sold it last year. I recently decided I needed another air rifle for the same purpose - small moving targets at max 20-25 yards. Oh, and I didn't want to spend much. Decided on the B2 Custom because my local gun shop had them on special offer for £50. Out of the box with iron sights I was getting a group of 3" - not great! Then I fitted a middle of the range… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2011
Bought one with a scope from our local rod and gun shop for £39.99, £5.99 for some pellets and £2.99 for gun oil. Owned a B2 before my kids were born then reluctantly sold due to having kids, have just set myself up again for less than £50. The fact I've bought a second says it all. Its a cheap gun that will give hours of fun, great starter rifle. Don't think its lazy though, I wouldn't want to recieve a pellet from one… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2011 by secretagentmole (21 reviews written)
OK, picture the scene, I want to get back into target shooting so go for the Westlake B2 (now imported by SMK), for the money it appeared too good to be true, a wood stocked, break barrel gun. But no it was right and it was soon married to a small SMK scope.
Picture the scene, the wife is having a go at my home made target range, it is approximately 25 feet to the target from where she is firing. Pulls the trigger and she gets hit by the recoil which is fairly hefty. The slug riccochets off… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2011
I bought one of these about 6 months ago and I cant fault it its been a great little gun I set up 3 bean cans in the garden and from about 30ft shot right through the middle of them and smashed one of next doors greenhouse pains of glass I paid £45 and got a case and box of pellets free and the I bought a 3-7x20 scope from ebay for £6 well good for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2010
Further to my last post (one previous on board to this), Take the piston out and file off any burrs. Spin it in a pillar drill at about 800rpm and use some wet and dry paper (1200grit) to polish the piston. Be careful not to touch the seal. Wash the gun bore with WD40 and abottle brush, then dry with lint free cloth. Deburr any sharp edges. Lubricate piston and seal very lightly with VP90 gun oil. Use a Diamond rasp to level the laminations of the trigger mechanism. Round off the catch edge of… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2010
Like everybody else here, I own a B2. I have had several rifles over the years including an antique BSA breech loader and a Webley. The B2 is certainly comparable to either of these and out of the box quite easily competes against Air arms and the likes in terms of power. The gun is cheaply made, so quality is always going to be an issue, but for the money, it does the job. The trigger is a bit heavy, and this coupled with the recoil can cause it to miss targets that softer sprung guns would… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/11/2010
I bought one of these a couple of days ago for £30,another £30 for a 4x32 scope. Its ok,the break lever was a bit stiff at first but soon loosened up.Fired at a baked bean can.dead on target and right through,something my old cometa couldnt do. Folks need to stop bashing this rifle, ITS ONLY £30 ! three rounds of beer with your mates,that much. For its price its fine; crude,yes but thats what makes it appealing and you can do it up.if it was £150 then ok it would be rubbish,but not at… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2010 by Gerry Bee (10 reviews written)
I have owned several of these rifles over the years.
They are great air rifles out of the box , fairly low powered but great for plinking in the back yard or teaching people to shoot.
They do however improve if you strip them down , de-burr any sharp edges , fit a neoprene piston seal , and better quality spring.
I have carried this out on 3 of my B2 rifles, as above with good Mo-Di grease, they are fantastic to shoot.
They will produce about 9.6 / 9.8 foot pound of energy after the work is… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2010 by The lad in the flat cap (3 reviews written)
I have a rat sinper c02 air rifle and I love it yet it has broken ,but I have also got a smk b2 .22 Custom Stock which has been dusted off, IT IS GREAT. I have a D.I.Y shooting range it blasts can at a very nice range (always without a sight). The biuld quality is average for the price yet I highly recomend tightning body screws. ps I highly recomend when cocking it keep it straight.This is a good gun at a good price but remember you get what you pay from smk BUT it is a damn good gun for… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2010
this is a average gun the plastic front sight is rubbish and the cocking arm was flimsy on the one I had, its not bad rifle could be better… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2010
got this little plinker in town a few days ago. a quick word to all the people who clearly own webleys n crossmans...lay off,its just a fun gun. Great price, Pretty accurate, and serious power for the price.
build qualitys not ace, but anyone complaining bout screws coming loose...TIGHTEN WEN YOU BUY N BEFOR YOU USE to be safe, common sense really
i rated acuracy 4 star because for teh money its really good for fun targets and vermin.
i drilled grip dots in the wood body, and sanded away… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2010
This rifle is amazing the acuracy is not the best but im 13 an can get a pigen threw the eye at 20 yards with this gun all you need is a 3 by 20 scope i payed 20 quid for it an is not bad for it.I use biesly magnem pellets makes it 14 ft pounds absolutly lethal lined up ten tin cans at 10 yards straight threw all of them allso if you do not have very thick fence in your garden then you are in trouble whent through my 1 inch thick wood fence… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2010
get a tensile steel spring in it and tighten the barrle screw, make a breech seal from a slice of bear can, and oil the piston chamber every 50 shots =
well over 12 ft/lb… Read Full Review
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