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: 05/08/2012
Just picked up an original Birmingham made Webley Raider 10 shot,Wow! I'v always used springers,but man what have i been missing with the PCP models.The overall look is sexy and the weight is balanced just so,the rich deep bluing is beautiful,The cocking action is smooth and sweet,and as for noise,mine is the shrouded version which as standard is very quite,the trigger action being two stage is just excellent,Now as for firing,man i'm blown away,i mean the grouping is just... (read more)
Written on: 04/05/2012 by alaman_666
The raider 10 shot is an excellent air rifle feels ands looks superb. I have the newer model without the shrouded barrel and it is amazingly accurate, very quiet and beautifull. If your thinking of getting one take a week off work because you wont put it down!! one whole groups at 30 yards ans less than 1/4 inch groups at 45! No need to worry about the accuracy on these things , you will let it down before it lets you down. The blueing is very high standard, the stock is a very... (read more)
Written on: 22/09/2011
the webley raider 10 is a fantastic air rifle,especialy for the money.I have used rifles twice the price that cant touch it for performance.It is a no nonsense robust well made rifle.When I first had it it was only running at 10.1 ft per lbs.But even at this modest power I could cleanly despatch rabbits at sensible air rifle ranges.I did sent it back to webley and within 2 weeks they sent it back to me upping the power levels to a very healty 11.7 ft per lbs using air arms field pellets.At... (read more)
Written on: 14/09/2011
I have gone hunting with .22 air rifles since I was 14 and have owned the same gun all these years with no issues what so ever ( WH77k .22 springer). I was looking to purchase my first PCP and wanted a multi shot, I saw the Raider 10 XS in my local gun shop and thought it looked a bargain with its good blueing and practically silent shooting and 10 shot magazine, I thought I was in love. I came home read some reviews that said nothing but promising things, and that although they have been... (read more)
Written on: 21/02/2011 by NitroGary0 (15 reviews written)
Hi there and welcome to my review of the Webley Raider 10xs. Now the first thing to clear up is, is this really a Webley? Well all I can say is, It says Webley on the box. I know it may not have been built in Birmingham, but it has all the features (and some more) that the original Raider had. Gunsnobbery is a very distasteful thing and whatever anyone thinks this is most definitely a Webley.
A substantial gun with a good weight to it, easy to shoulder and zero recoil make it an excellent... (read more)
Written on: 05/12/2010
So I've now owned this gun for 3 months or so. I wanted a step up from the Webley Stingray I also have.
Being my first pcp rifle, I didn't really know what to expect. It exceeded my expectations with whisper quite shots with only a standard silencer fitted (subsequently I have heard the BSA Ultra being shot and you may as well have cannon on the end for how loud it is).
Although without this silencer, the noise made isn't too bad at all.
Unfortunately I have not been able to take this... (read more)
Written on: 18/11/2010
this gun is amzingly accurate, good handling easy to use, quick to fill up. get good amount of shots,50-60, on 150 bar. can hit 5 pence piece at 40 yards!!cant say anythin bad about cause ther is nuthing bad about it. its qiet great for in the hide. (read more)
Written on: 18/11/2010
iv had a webley raider 10 for months now it is so good i can hit a 5 pence piece at 40 yards! iv had no problems with it at all!! (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2010
i have rated the raider 5 out of 5 because for £300 you simply cant beat it for value if looking for a pcp air rifle.I have used other rifles over twice the price and they perform no better than the raider.It is extremely accurate and handles very well indeed.You can fire 85 plus shots before you need to refill which is more than enough.The only small criticicism you could possibly say is the plain but practical stock,but then for what you pay you shouldnt moan to much.Overall fantastic air... (read more)
Written on: 20/06/2010
i bought one brand new two weeks ago,only to find it was firing 15 shots then running out of air,so i took it back to webley where simon sorted out the problem and now its working fine (read more)
Written on: 19/06/2010 by monkey shooter (1 review written)
i have just purchased this gun and found it incredibly accurate. on the first charge i fired around 80 shots and had it refilled. i am currently on the 4th magazine and the needle has hardly moved on the gauge. going hunting next weekend with it as i like to spend time with a new gun trying different ammo.excellent value for money. easy to use. accurate. only bad point i can find is the stocks quite plain but for the money i paid (£300) its not a problem. (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2010 by Blammer (4 reviews written)
If your considering buying on read on. I bought this gun having owned the two shot version in the past at the new price of £299, the finish on the metal work is poor compared to other guns i have owned and the stock feel a bit short for me (average size and build for a chap). The action is not to bad but occasionaly the mag jams and you have to index it with your fingers but i think that is down to me. The gun has had to go back as the barrel i angled down and i have run out of adjustment on... (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2010
This is the most accurate fastest cycling air rifle I have shot and have been
shooting 30yrs. One reviewer mention loss of accurracy when fitted with addtional sound moderator I fitted a Logan moderator with no loss of accuracy
and very quiet report the pellet hitting the target makes more noise.
All in all very please maybe I was lucky with the quality, I understand Webley are now dropping this price substantially hopefully the quality won't go down.
Written on: 26/08/2009 by micrastomper
I bought a Webley Raider 10 air rifle as my first PCP, and other than the first one having a fault with the mechanism being too tight and not cycling properly, I have no regrets. I paid £400 which is good for a new pcp with 10 shot mag. It especially suits me being a left hander and having an ambidextrous stock, therefore not having to pay extra for a left handed version! If you are used to handling guns as a lefty you are used to tilting it and actuating the bolt action on the right hand... (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2009 by samcross (2 reviews written)
for a pre charged air weapon the Webley Raider 10 is ridiculous, i should never buy from webley again. WOULD NEVER BUY AGAIN !!! (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2009 by samcross (2 reviews written)
The Webley Raider 10 was rather pathetic for a air compresed gun. (read more)
Written on: 27/03/2009
Have had a Webley Raider 10 for 4 weeks,returned it to webley because it was leaking air,they have had it for a week now and say they will look at it as soon as possible as they are busy. I think this is not good after sales service. The gun is light and accurate but no safety catch. (read more)
Written on: 26/02/2009 by mattmancity
the webley raider is a good lightweight air rifle, good stock and a fine 2 stage trigger. fast reloading and charging, easy to maintain, and quite quiet. (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2008 by scruff66 (1 review written)
If your lucky enough to get one that works you'll be happy.
Webley's after sales is diabolicle. (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2008 by Lance38 Webley Raider 10
If your looking for a pre-charged rifle then this is the gun to get! Very good gun!!! Light, Easy to relaod, Amazing accuracy. Best gun i've ever had. There isnt nothing i can fault really. (read more)
Written on: 18/10/2008
I seem to get only 15 shots, i live in dubai and i got it second hand is the problem from the rifle itself or i am filling it wrong...plz help Beautiful stock and nice trigger job, very accurate and consistent and reliable....at 30 yards without wind i get half inch groups with gamo promagum 15.5 grains. I only seem to get 15 good shots until the power curve strikes, i fill it up to 190bar and i dont know whats the problem i get only 13-15 good shots the rest are low powered is this a... (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2008 by wurleybird
Excellent handling makes this rifle a pleasure to use. The sporter stock is well balanced and easy to grip. With its the baffled barrel and 10 shot magazine, it truely is a great rifle to take in the field for hunting trips. Great value for money. Personally I have a walnut stock version which gives it a touch more class. (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2008 by 121mike212 (6 reviews written)
The webly raider 10 is a joy to own. is so light and well balanced that you can trust it to deliver good accurate shots each and every time. alought the raider 10 is a little noisy this can be easily dealt with using a suppresor. (read more)
Written on: 13/06/2008 by ashf9999 (1 review written)
I have a .22 version Raider 10, and have found it to be an excellent hunter. The magazine design is fantastically simple (which means spares are relatively cheap) and easy to use, and very easy to exchange in the dark. A full air tank is enough for about 8 magazines worth (80+ shots), and the clearly marked pressure gauge is easy to check in low light. The Lothar Walther barrel produces great results, but being continental no doubt prefers 5.5mm pellets, rather than the traditional... (read more)
Written on: 15/05/2008 by DEATH BY PELLET (8 reviews written)
I have owned two of them since November last year i got rid of the first due to a neglectful last owner who damaged it i got the replacement soon after and its an English made one sn.2030 and its the best gun ive ever used it is accurate up 45 yrds me dependent ,it is powerful and in .22 and quiet due to its internal 3 baffle moderator it is also the perfect length of 38" so it doesn't snag on undergrowth. i would highly recommend this gun to anyone who requires the perfect pcp for targets... (read more)
Written on: 26/03/2008 by stetat2
I own an s410, hw100k and this little gem is as good, if not better than its counterparts. (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2008 by tootchwood (5 reviews written)
I bought the raider 10 after noticing it in the local gun shop. I saw it in the morning and went straight home to pick my BSA springer so that the chap behind the counter could rip me off by offering peanuts on the trade in. But despite the poor deal i walked out with a new raider a happy man. The first shot i fired was a revelation, only the sharp muzzle report indicated that i had pulled the trigger. No recoil at all, and once the 3-9X40 was zeroed one hole groups became a formality at... (read more)
Written on: 06/12/2007
Webley Raider 10 is very accurate over distance and easy to use, shame not having a safety, gr8 all round rifle 10 out off 10. (read more)
Written on: 09/02/2007 by Druid 66 (6 reviews written)
My experience with Pneumatics up to now is ownership of the following PCPs in recent years;
Air Arms S200,
Air Arms TDR.
Air Arms S4.10 Classic
Parker Hale Phoenix
All of which I have been very happy with (despite the Hornet`s slow and occasionally unreliable loading system).
But now I`ve owned this Webley Raider 10 for a month now I`m happy to say I would recommend it above `all of the others` to anyone!!
"This Gun Has Everything you could want in a UK legal limit... (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2006 by sjw (1 review written)
The Webley Raider 10 is 6 weeks old it is one of the best guns I have shot.
It keeps up well with the x2 and rest of the over guns I have shot as well as being a future classic it looks good & shoots brillantly. I would recommend it to anyone (read more)
Written on: 14/10/2005 by boggoff (1 review written)
Having owned a Webley Raider 10 now for just about a month thought I would now write a reveiw,
The gun on first inspection is very well made, with no problems at all untill I decided to look for acessories for it, I thought that in standard form even though scilenced it was still a bit loud, so I bought a Webley approved adaptor for the gun so it could fit a half inch Unf scilencer, after fitting I noticed that the accuracy of the gun had gone putting flyers everywhere, it turns out after... (read more)
Written on: 08/08/2005 by sazroolz (1 review written)
I am probably one of the first people to have one of these Webley Raider 10s because they are Webley's latest addition to their precharge range. The Raider 10 is certainly the best precharge rifle I have ever used and I have tried many. It is incredibly accurate, capable of 1/4" groups at 40 yards with me shooting (which is saying something.)It handles very well and is a good weight. Webley have tried to concentrate on decreasing overall weight for this gun and it has worked. It is well... (read more)