Written on: 04/11/2014 by Wrathall (1 review written)
I have had a webley axsor carbine for about 15 years or since they first came out I have been through many other guns including Logan's ,falcons ,day states and I'm still waiting to get another gun that beats it the loading is simplistic and I've had no problems with it jaming unlike some precharged guns the accuracy is absolutely pin point and I have dropped so many rabbits,crows,pigeons etc over the years right out to 50yards all in all if your after a good air gun choose a axsor although… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/08/2014 by Darrellno226 (1 review written)
Ive recently bought mine secondhand and it is a joy to use having previously owned a air arms s200 and a bsa ultra this wins hands down accurate at 40 yards pigeons don't stand a chance or bunnies come to that probably the only nicer feeling rifle is the hw 100 but is twice the price if you get a chance BUY ONE… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/01/2011 by phil owen (1 review written)
This air rifle, is professionally made by the FX people, at Sweden. I have previously owned, the Webley FX2000 which is a beautiful gun, but the AXSOR is more accurate, and has a better handling and a fantastic walnut stock. The only down fall, there is no on board pressure gauge. Other than this, you possibly cannot fault this air rife. The design of the WEBLEY AXOSR AND THE FX2000, are still going strong today, as most of the new FX range air rifes such as the FX STORM etc are still… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2010
I bought this air rifle several years ago and I am still searching to find
something I don't like.It is a wonderful airgun,beautifully made,it is light
weight,I can carry it for long without being tired,I like very much the classic lines of the arm and its great accuracy.Its a pity the gun is discon-
tinued.I will never sell mine… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2010 by buckshot100 (1 review written)
I bought a Webley Axsor in .22 last year, my 1st air rifle for many years. The walnut stock looks like it was hand picked and overall the rifle feels like a .270/.308. Very clean traditional lines (unlike some of the pcp's on sale today). It seems fairly heavy but i think that is all to the good.
I bought it with two 8 shot mags 2nd hand from Forest Lodge Guns in Wragby. (top blokes.)
It can't be distinguished from new.
The only slight niggle is there's no built in pressure gauge, but i'm being… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2009
The Webley Axsor .22 Carbine gun is the best air rifle i have ever fired its accurate easy to use and the bolt action loading system is unfaultable. if your looking for a good quality gun with an all round amazing performance than this is the one for you. Amazing gun fires beautifully every time and is a quality make. Its easy to use and has literally zero recoil. Only dont dismantle if dont Know what your doing… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/07/2008
I have recently bought my self one and i must say its the best gun by far ive shot and owned what ever u take aim and you know your going to hit and from a good distance to i may add… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/12/2003 by CrazyRob (1 review written)
I have recently picked one up secondhand from someone I know who simply lost interest for just £250, in a condition like its never been used. Came with stirrup pump (worth a lot in itself), 3-9x32 scope, case, Walnut stock, silencer and a tin of AccuPells.
Having owned other air weapons in my late teens 20 years ago (Webley Vulcan and Weirauch HW80) I can honestly say I am gobsmacked with how modern air rifles have advanced. The thing which has most impressed is the amazing accuracy -… Read Full Review