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|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Cocking Effort||1-3 pumps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Trigger Pull||0.75 lbs|
|Fixed/adj. power||3 settings|
Things I liked: Well made , accurate , fits your hand like a glove. I got mine in 20 caliber the in between caliber and this pistol packs a pretty good wallop , i was quiet impressed. The trigger is very predictable to me anyway . No Co2 needed just the pistol and some pellets and your ready to go , my favorite part.
Things I would have changed: Price seems a little steep otherwise not one thing.
Things I liked: The grip is quite comfortable, the trigger is pretty good, accuracy is superb, and the flexibility of 1, 2, or 3 pumps is very cool.
Things I would have changed: I would prefer for the trigger mechanism to have a more positive engagement within so that it feels crisper. Now that I have it adjusted as well as I can, it's pretty good, but still rather mushy. It isn't bad at all, just not as good as it could be. I'd also like to see it cost more like $200, which is why I gave it only 4 stars for value.
What others should know: I've owned this pistol for 9 months now and still absolutely love it! It's super accurate, really smooth, and so much fun to shoot. With 1 pump it's very quiet and doesn't even wake the squirrels. If I really want to put the "spank" on something, 3 pumps does the job. Although I wish I could have spent less on it, I don't regret the purchase at all. Buy quality, cry once.
Things I liked: It is a well built gun. Let's face it, like the Webley name. Look how well the Webley revolver is selling, even though it is not made by Webley. The case is very nice. Trigger out of the box is better then anything I have except my P17. I like the added space for loading compared to the P17. Pumping is MUCH easier then the P17. Looks like reliability will be very good for this pistol, judging from online reviews.
Things I would have changed: Some pellets are very tight in the breech . If the breech could be slightly chamfffed " darn spelling check isn't help me", pellets would load easier. The stock sights are hard to see compared to the P17.
What others should know: Be sure and totally open up the pistol. I have had several misfires. Would have to pump 2, sometimes 3 times to fire pellet. I was attempting to fire with not enough air pressure to expel the pellet. It would expand the back of the pellet and jam in the barrel. It seemed that Gamo diablo match were the worst offenders. Once I got my act in gear, no further problems. Many references were made to the Beeman P17 If money is short, just buy a P17 and enjoy most of the benefits the Alecto will give you. If you are a Webley collector or want the benefits of higher power with multiple pumps, buy the Alecto. I like mine.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|