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Written on: 07/07/2009
this Webley Spectre gun is the best gun ive had for field and taggest… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2009 by gavin911 (1 review written)
the webley spectra is a very nice looking gun with the walnut stock on. very powerful and accurate. i had a bsa ultra it was a good gun but when i saw the spectre i tried it the bsa was like a spud gun. i recommend this gun to any 1… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2008 by buffalo bill (1 review written)
My last revew mentioned the power, had it altered to the leagal max power .12.lb obveously better but im still to be convinsd itl stop rabbits .if i get any closser to them i could kick em .more to follow… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2008
The Webley Spectre looks well lighter than my previous gun. It is very acurate.. nice gun allround mite feel bit beter after ive had i tested for its power. At the moment thats the only area thats letting it down is the power… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2006 by fturner497 (1 review written)
First precharged air rifle. VERY impressive! The Webley Spectre rifle and all accessories are both well made and easily operated. Most impressive is the accuracy with the Match Heavy (21.14 gr) pellets. With a 3-9x50 scope, good clean kills on squirrels is simple at 40 yards. Using in US where us is almost unlimited. The pump charging system is outstanding… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2005 by charles lewis (1 review written)
I bought the Spectre in April of 2004 and frankly wish I hadn't bothered, it lost power quickly and in my view is not the gun my Webley Longbow is, Spectre has now been sold, long live the Longbow… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2005 by mjrboom (2 reviews written)
The Webley Spectre is my 3rd precharged rifle, I fell in love with the side-lever action and had to have it.
The 8-shot mag is nice and simple and while not the 10-shots I get with my Air arms S410, spare magazines are less than half the price. The rifle is not too picky about its pellets either like my old gunpower storm was.
I would definitely recommend the walnut stock option as although the synthetic stock looks and feels very nice it is cheaply made and mine was broken twice during… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2005 by DFC (1 review written)
I just bought a Webley Spectre. It is a superb looking rifle very nice to handle and easily converted for LH shooting. I tested this gun on a crono using various better quality pellets, using the formula Ft per sec. times. Ft per sec. times grain weight of pellet. divided by 450240.
The results were a consistent and dissapointing 9Ft/Llbs with a variety of pellets. The power of the rifle is set at the factory very simply. I suggest buyers crono their rifles and see if this is a common problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2005 by lummox (1 review written)
Webley Spectre to load 8 shot mag, 100 shots .22, very accurate. Need to know how to tweak for a little more power. Very easy to use, effortless shooting. With 4 or 5 pre loaded mags the easiest airgun shooting around. Need info on what pellets fit the gun best.
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Written on: 13/03/2005 by GavinMawston (1 review written)
The Webley Spectre is my first ever PCP rifle. I have had spring guns in the past and been fairly accurate. But this rifle takes the biscuit. Once I had zeroed the scopes there was no stopping me. Pellet on pellet time and time again. The only thing holding me back was the original scopes I had on the spring gun (4x28 nothing special). So off out to the local gun shop and some pennies later I returned with some 4-16x52. Now I have run out of space to shoot as my garden is only 25 yards and I… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2004 by daza29 (1 review written)
Wow what can I say? I've just purchased this gun and would recommend it to anyone. If shot correctly I can put pellets through the same hole as the last one. Also the power is adjustable so I have read but the manual was very vague. can anyone advise me on this?… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2004 by mad4utd (2 reviews written)
What can I say? I couldn't be happier with the Webley Spectre, it is a very special gun produced by mainly FX of Sweden and sold on by Webley, but who cares? it does exactly what I expected it to do, accurate to the dot, lightweight, makes long sessions effortless, comfortable, sleek, and a great price. As an owner of a .177 air arms s410 also I rate this better, so that really should say it all. I'd recommend this gun to any shooter; its ease makes it great for the novice and perfect for the… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2004 by adambarker (1 review written)
I got the Webley Spectre about 3/4 weeks ago, got a Zero Option 3-9 X 40 illuminated mil dot scope with it. When I got it home I put a few targets out at the end of my garden and stood at the back of my living room so it's about a 30 yards range. Took 8 shots (a whole clip) to Zero the scope, and after that, the gun hits anything you aim it at.
I wonder what people talk about when they ask me what the grouping is like.
Well put it this way , at 20 yards I can send the pellet through the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/12/2003 by D70 (1 review written)
Great weapon,, what a result! As my fist purchase of an air weapon I could not want for anything better. When dialed in correcty with its Simons Whitetail Classic scope it just seems unstoppable.
Nailing bang on every time. Makes the sport seem very easy… Read Full Review
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