Written on: 23/11/2010
I have had a webley fx 2000 now for a couple of months and i must say it is great it is light ,accurate, easy mag loading but there is no problem inside the silencer there is a metal and some times it turns the gun is in accurate to hell if you turn it back its great its one of the most accurate gun i have had. (read more)
Written on: 29/10/2010
its tne best gun i have had in 7 years just a shame you dont see more knocking around, the accuracy is un real, it kills bunnies from 40yds for fun.
a would recommend this air gun (read more)
Written on: 10/04/2010
The best air rifle. Reason 1 easy mag loading. 2 the best acuracy for the money £1500 gun scope upto 40mm. Silencer the works. 3 fast reload well pristed mags. 4 good finish and durable. 5 more relaible than other makes eg daystate and WH. 6 AGS do not know what they have got. 7 very well priced second hand. 8 many added exstras avalible brass this and that. 9 good for every tip of shooting eg lamping, day-night. 10 still can be fully sevrised unlike many other air guns. 11 last of webaly... (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2010
I went in to the gun store today to by an expensive piece of kit, and a customer was selling a Webley FX2000 .22 and i saw it, i liked it and i bought it, this was 9am this morning and i have only stopped shooting it to write this review. it's amazing i have a large block of lead where the rounds are landing on target on top of themselves due to the immense accuracy that this riffle has. don't be fooled i did ask the customer how much he has spent on repairs and replacements and his... (read more)
Written on: 26/11/2009
I have had my Webley FX2000 for several months now and have mainly enjoyed the experiance. It is a very accurate gun within a wide pressure window and delivers accurate shots again and again. I have however experianced several re accuring issues. 1) The 8 shot magazine index system keeps jamming all the time, this is fixed by bending the small arm that rotates the magazine. Secondly the bolt keeps jamming when the gun is being cocked which normally looses me my kill. This is very annoying... (read more)
Written on: 13/10/2009
The very best .22 air rifle I have ever brought after spending around 10 grand on air guns. I have had it for a round 7 years and only sevised two time,s last time for 25 pounds. It,s been used the most out of the lot , still in good contion never have mised fired never hand bolt action problem never hand down time in field. Works very well at night though more mags are a must. Ten well do the job well. (read more)
Written on: 11/10/2009
fx2000 looks good and handles well however you have to use the right ammo in 22 use 5.54mm ft trophy or webley lazerpell as the barrel is a bit loose for smaller slugs (read more)
Written on: 22/08/2009
Just bought an FX2000 secondhand after an unsuccessful hunt a couple of weeks ago with my spring gun (webley vulcan extremely accurate in short range but very erratic after 15-20 yds) took the plunge and forked out for one of these (still very expensive even secondhand) I got a well used example as is indicated by the stock but it's supremly accurate, a nice flat trajectory, the tank doesn't lose any air and the action still feels as good as my brothers fx which has fired around 500 pellets... (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2009
The Webley Fx2000 is easy to use, comfortable. very accurate and beautifully balanced (read more)
Written on: 03/02/2009
Had a Webley Fx2000 for about 4 years now, the best thing I have ever bought! Fitted it out with tasco world class 3-9*50, silencer and sling and never looked back. Shot many other makes and found problems with them (air arms have dodgy bolts, Weirach are heavy, and few others are overpriced), Webley is an excellent make and I've never had to replace anything on it. If you are looking for a hunting or competition rifle, this is your gun! Very accurate rifle, good weight/balance and if used... (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2008 by specialFX (1 review written)
I've had my fx 2000 for 8 months now and i'm loving it. My confidence has shot up as i'm not missing anything within 45 to 50, the power is spot on and you get more than enough shots from one charge. Mine is a 1.77, its not the first 1.77 i've had but its by far the most accurate. I also have a logun S16 and a BSA superten but they dont see much action since buying the fx. (read more)
Written on: 16/11/2008 by oldhunter (2 reviews written)
I have just bought myself a second hand Webley FX2000 .22. I decided to buy the FX2000 based on the good reviews you guy gave it on here (I hope you have not let me down).The first thing I did when I got it home was to put a chronoscope on it to check the power. I was only getting 10.2ft lb with a 15.4g pellet; I thought these guns were set at just under 12ft lb in the factory. Anyway I found out there are two ways to adjust the power but have not tried to do it yet. I also found I have an... (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2008
Overall its is a good gun and alot powerfuller than spring guns, very good lucking gun and light weight and very accurate. you tend to get a lot of slugs stuck in the barrel but thats the only bad thing (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2008 by gerry911 (2 reviews written)
Had my FX2000 for a few years and never had an ounce of trouble. If you are using 20f/lbs + use Bisley Magnum pellets for accuracy and stopping power. Synthetic black stock looks superb.
Written on: 15/07/2008
Performs exceptionally in the field whether it be hft or straight hunting. i use mine for rabbitting and she has never let me down.by far the best air rifle i have ever had the pleasure of shooting and owning. i love this gun. (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2008 by jellyking12345 (3 reviews written)
Its a very good looking gun, the bolt action is smooth.its light weight and very accurate. it has chequered grip. powerful . it has a gauge on the bottom telling you the pressure in the air tank. rubber recoil pad. very smooth and comfortable wood stock. virtually silent with a silencer, just a ppfft. easy to use. 8 shot rotary magazine. i use air arms hunter pellets in 22 caliber and they work extremely well. the power this rifle gives, with the penetration and stopping power of the semi... (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2008 by birney
Well! wot a nice gun is the best iv had in 5 year, its so accurate i can have 8 shots on a 5p,at 50 yrd it was a still day tho lol. i love it.. (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2008
Very accurate, good value and precise reload, never had any issues with a variety of pellets. Great rifle (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2007 by Scouser007 (1 review written)
I have only owned this rifle for two weeks, having been in the right place at the right time.
Had all intentions on buying the Brocock Enigma, but called in to our local gun shop just to see what was about,when he showed me the Webley FX2000 that someone was selling as they was apparently bored of the rifle, as soon as i picked it up it just like it was right and just fell naturally into my shoulder and i new i had to buy it there and then.
Whoever had owned the rifle before me had... (read more)
Written on: 22/01/2007 by 02098
I really fell in love when I saw the Webely Fx 2000 back in October in Blackpool and bought it the next day. I went shooting and couldn't believe the results - I could hit a drawing pin at 50 yards. I want to say thank you to Philip Owen as I really enjoyed your review back in September, listening to you is why I bought the Webley in the first place - I owe you one. (read more)
Written on: 19/12/2006 by Scandinavia
As a kid I had several of those cheap break-barrel .177 cal. airguns like Gamo and Slavia, and you surely wouldn't hear any bird-singing around my childhood home. Back then I often imagined how awesome it would be if an air rifle could be reloaded with just a hand movement, and were powered from some sort of air reservoir. I even comtemplated to do some designing - but what do you know when you're only about 10 - and soon I grew into the powder department.
Then, some years ago, I went into a... (read more)
Written on: 29/09/2006 by Philip Owen
My Webley Fx2000 gun is extremely accurate and you do get a fair amount of shots, you get 72 shots when it's on the 200 bar. The gun looks smart, it handling is excellent!! The gun is a real winner! (read more)
Written on: 25/07/2006 by gerry911 (2 reviews written)
The Webley Fx2000 is a quality precision piece of engineering, once the target is acquired you have no chance of missing. Power can easily be adjusted to FAC with the turn of a screw and the replacement of the soft hammer spring. If anyone wants to know how it is done please let me know. Best rifle I have owned in years (read more)
Written on: 22/06/2006 by gamohunter (16 reviews written)
I had a go at the Webley FX2000 at the gun club. I found it to be very accurate and very nice looking and stylish , it's very tempting to buy one. (read more)
Written on: 11/06/2006 by Dinkum dude (11 reviews written)
I have owned my Webley FX 2000 for six years now which says a lot for it, I have owned many rifles in my time and this one I have kept the longest with no intention of ever parting with it. As with anything there will always be something that niggles you, for me it was the size of the stock, it was huge! I visit Australia each year and spend a lot of time hunting with rimfire and centrefire rifles, none of which have stocks as big as the FX.
So after a couple of months I plucked up the... (read more)
Written on: 24/05/2006 by bod1st
I have an old Weirauch HW77K which is a great gun but this FX2000 is a notch or two above that!Supreme all rounder. Bought the gun about 3+ years ago and was going to FAC it etc with permit. Haven't done that yet as gun has been superb as it is. One shot is usually all that's needed, crows, pigeons & rabbits. Charge mine to 200bar and that packs a punch. No recoil at all. Gun very comfortable taking shots at 30 metres. Spot on air rifle! (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2006 by Jhon Williams
I would recommend Webley Fx2000 to anybody who is in the shooting industry. The gun is very sweet and smart. The gun is also very quiet. (read more)
Written on: 09/05/2006 by lesskyraider (2 reviews written)
I have owned 4 Webley airguns, raider single shot, raider double shot. Spectre and an FX200. All have been great. My FX was returned to Webley because it was only 8ft lbs when I bought it new, came back at 11.3ft lbs. Webley are brilliant to deal with and I must add the FX is the best airgun I have owned, I definitely recommmend this rifle over the more popular Air Arms 410 purely because it has a conventional side bolt instead of the large garden gate bolt on the rear of the Air Arms. If... (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2006 by rob webley
The Webley Fx2000 is absolutley amazing. I would recommend it to anyone. Last weekend I shot 12 crows in a matter af 3-4 hours. Best gun I have ever held. Trust me if you are thinking of buying one of these, you won't regret it if you a long term keen hunter (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2006 by Phil7
If you have the change too buy a Webley Fx2000 then do. It is very popular and very nice too shoot. It is a precharged pnumatic, 8 shot mag, 250 presure bar and I must say you be better off with a walnut stock and a carbine model. (read more)
Written on: 12/02/2006 by biker999 (3 reviews written)
This is the second Webley FX2000 I have owned and it is a 177. It's a very comfortable air gun too shoot no recoil and when you adjust the power it is amazing holds better accurracy and just wow that's all I can say. The best hunting precharged pneumatic air gun on the market. If any one has any trouble in tuning the power in a FX200 just contact me. (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2005 by beautgrainger147 (3 reviews written)
I bought my Webley Fx2000 air rifle about 4 or 5 years ago secondhand, a few months later it had to be sent to Webley because the bolt was often stiff and sometimes terrible, there was also some air coming from the breech upon firing.
Since it's been back, it's usually worked as it should.
The accuracy can be as good as half inch groups at 50 meters from an acomplished shooter and I have managed them myself quite often.
Generally it has excellent shot to shot consistency although... (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2005 by handyandy (3 reviews written)
I bought the Webley Fx2000 second hand and I am planning to get it tweaked to FAC power, having a ball with it at the moment at the legal 12ft lb. Only concern I have found is that its prefered diet of lead is no other than Webleys Lazadomes, it does not like the shorter Lazapell or the Lazapoint pellets, as they some times foul when loaded into the breech. Any other points that can be passed on I would appreciate it. (read more)
Written on: 21/10/2004 by baggus (3 reviews written)
Having owned 2 air arms pc rifles and having problems with both as a last resort I bought the Webley Fx2000 it's excellent, nothing to complain about. I shot 10 magpies in 40 minutes all 1 shot kills.
At UK limit 12ft/lbs it kills rabbits at 30+ yards.
It's the best I have ever owned, I hunt and pest control with this and would highly recommended it. (read more)
Written on: 24/07/2004 by rcc (9 reviews written)
I have owned the Webley fx2000 8 Shot rifle for about three months now and very pleased with it. I mostly use it to go lamping and over the last few months I have bagged more bunnies than I ever used to!! I find the 8 shot extremely good when in the field as you can cycle through the shots at ease. A must for any hunter. (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2004 by Aquarius (1 review written)
An excellent hunting rifle, hits were you point it every single time, if you miss something with this rifle it is down to bad range finding or poor shooting. You get a reasonable numder of shots from one charge Webley reckon about a 100 but the power starts to droop off after about 35, any one that fires 35 shots in a hunting session is either a bad shot or has a very large game bag to fill. with the provided silencer the rifle is still prety loud but one from the Webley Venom custom shop... (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2004 by bluecoat (1 review written)
This is a good gun, though some attention to detail needs to be addressed by webley (give us a decent manual, this is not a cheap gun!) (read more)
Written on: 08/01/2004 by rwjohnson (2 reviews written)
Had rifle professionally chronod by local gunsmith to 11.7 ft/lb and managed to get approx 60-70 shots then they began to lose trajectory.
have since upgraded to the Webley Spectre. (read more)
Written on: 21/10/2003 by danno541 (2 reviews written)
I have been shooting for qite a while. Gave up for a while. Then bought the Webley Fx2000. This thing is deadly accurate.
With a scope you dont just aim it, you decide where you want to hit it!
Not quite sure wether I am putting pellets in the mag right. Do you have to poke them in with something??? to engage the o ring fingers dont seem to be pointed enough...
Please let me know, lol!!!!!! (read more)
Written on: 09/08/2003 by tzrider (3 reviews written)
I used a Weihrauch HW 97 K and while
buying some pellets for this gun my
dealer showed me the Webley FX 2000.
I was sold at first sight :-)
He let me testshoot it and it felt
very light and powefull. A friend of
mine immedialtly bought one and I have just
ordered one too.
Does anybody have any experience with
the Webley pump ?? Is it any good ?
Are there left stocks available ?
Please reply to: Advertentie@Home.nl (read more)
Written on: 14/07/2003 by Stu.
The FX2000 is a wicked rifle, as soon as you use it you just find how amazing accurate it is, and you should be able to hit anythihg you aim at within 20 yards.
the rifle is also extremely powerful which allows you to take down the tuffest of prey at short or long distance.
The only negative point i could find was that with the magazine the trouble i had was that pellets would sometimes fall out of the o rings and into the barrel effective jamming it, though sticking a thin rod up the barrel... (read more)
Written on: 09/07/2003 by alex.
I used to own a wh77 and that was a nice gun,but the fx is amazing the 77 felt like a club compaired to the supreme balancing of the fx.The eight shot magazine is very very smooth to operate and a pleasure to use,no need to take your eye of the target while reloading and firing all eight shots can be done easily in under ten seconds.Easily worth the money and some,very similar to the logun axsor just as good. (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2003 by chad.
I love my FX2000. from the moment you pick it up you notice how ballaced it is, even for the inexperienced. The trigger is light and could not get much better. The only problem I could find is the gun has no safety and for a left hander like myself it can be very dangerous. As my front right hand operated the bolt I have knocked the trigger with my left while tying to hold the gun and have set if off. Any left handers out there will understand what I mean. Gun makers should design a gun that... (read more)
Written on: 17/10/2002 by Leif.
I would really recommend this Webley Fx2000 rifle!!! Its performance is excellent and better then many shooters can do. The finish of the rifle is very good and I am very satisfied with my rifle. A plus is that it is very easy to increase the power of the rifle up to 40J and approx 280 m/s at least.
This rifle is a very good buy for the money it costs even if you have to buy a pump. (read more)
Written on: 18/09/2002 by hammy.
The webley fx 2000 is the best air weapon i've fired so far. I'm pushin my 30s now and have shot many air guns and shotguns - this is the best one yet. I got a set of webley 6x45 and silencer then went shooting with nephews and their guns (which were a webley tomahawk and an eclipse - both good guns). The fx 2000 proved its point on every shot.
If i was stranded on an island and had to pick out of all the guns, i'd choose the webley fx 2000. (read more)
Written on: 31/08/2002 by Highlander.
The Webley Fx2000 air rifle is very well made and good value for money. It can be taken up to 22lbs in a matter of seconds. It can be filled up via a pump or a bottle. Overall, it's well worth the money. (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2002 by Jazbear.
I have a Theoben Fenman and as a result enjoy and look for quality in a gun. The Webley FX2000 air rifle has far exceeded my expectations by consistantly producing 11.7 to 11.9 ft pounds over 100 shots.
My version is the carbine .22 and enables me to take down prey very easily at 30 to 35 yards. I dont shoot further on than that as I can always ensure a head shot, therefore being more humane. Targets have been knocked down at 50 yards easily.
This is a brilliantly priced gun at around... (read more)
Written on: 15/06/2002 by rifle man.
Personally, this Webley Fx2000 air rifle is a great gun. I am 14 and it's a great start for me on rifles. (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2002 by Jay.
Like i said it was a toss-up between the venom viper and the Webley fx2000 air rifle. i went for the 8 shot over the 2. The stock is lovely without paying the extra 40 quid needed to upgrade the viper to walnut. Remember also the venom stock hasn't got any pattern on grip on the beech version. A bonus to the venom though is you don't need to fork out an extra £30-40 quid for a silencer. Looks wise the 2000 is fantastic and added to this its parts are well made and sturdy, not tested for long... (read more)