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Written on: 28/10/2010
its a very good air pistol and it has great value for money but dont shoot your self because it hurts a lot hahaha i brought it for a animal living in the loft and im glad i brought this because i didnt think it would do the job but in all respect i never looked back and they come in handy i recomend one to all. there is one problem you can only load one bullet at a time… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2009
I am now 51 years young and the Webley & Scott .177 Junior was my first airpistol which I bought second hand in 1968, in a gunshop for 50 Dutch Guilders. It has now found a place in my little personal museum. It is still in perfect working order and for sentimental reasons I will never part with it. I recently found a NOS Webley Hurricane in a shop in Spain, I bought it just for fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2009 by gutworm45 (6 reviews written)
I sell airguns and last year I brought in an old Webley Junior (model number 547) off an old man who said he brought it himself back in 1948 from Bates gun makers of Birmingham. I grew up right opposite the Webley & Scott factory in Frankley, Birmingham and my shop is only 2 miles from where the factory is. I have kept this gun rather than sell it on as I don`t think I`ll come accross many more, especially fully working models in reasonable condition. The old guy brought it in wrapped in a… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2009 by bearkat (1 review written)
The Webley pistol is, in my opinion is the finest ever produced. The oldest pistol I own is a Webley air pistol mark 1, it has a safety catch,wooden grips with a brass flying pellet set into each,with the number 20813 stamped l/hand side above the left grip.This mk1 is smaller than the younger mk1 60442 and has more patent numbers on the barrell,inc German,Japan,Italy&Spain. I require a barrel & slide parts plus spring &seals/washers?,.can some one help please!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
My Webley & Scott .177 Junior air pistol was my father's gun, so I have no idea how old it is. Fairly low power and .177, but still good fun. Still going strong after a lot of years.
I would bet there aren't many of these around and still working fine… Read Full Review
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