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Average Customer Review3.5 (11 reviews)
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Things I liked:This gun excels for accuracy whether target shooting or hunting. I have the .25cal and when on a bench I can shoot 1" groups at 75yds with JSB 25.39gr dome pellets all day long. Killed many squirrels out to same distance in the 15mos I've had it. I have it scoped with UTG 4x32 and Leapers 1 piece accushot mount. Day to day consistency remains unchanged. I have 3 excellent Dianas to compare it with. I would not hesitate to buy this gun again. I have no reqrets.
Things I would have changed:The trigger could be a bit more refined feeling. I am comparing to the Dianas again. Obviously I adjusted it to get the best release I can get. I have many powder burners with factory and aftermarket triggers to compare with. This trigger is ok but could use some slicking up.
What others should know:.25cal is what this powerhouse deserves.
Things I liked:I love the idea(at least)of a .25 cal in a springer, however I have come to the conclusion that most of the .25 cal springers are just not up to what they should be for that caliber, much over 25-30 yds. I wish to preclude anything further I say with, the Webley Patriot that "I" received, is NOT necessarily a reflection on ALL .25 cal Patriots. Mine had some wood missing that did not allow the forward wood screw for the trigger guard to tighten down, the trigger itself had a very large amount of lateral play in it and getting to group any proximity of "tight" beyond 10yds was nearly impossible, regardless of which pellets I used..though the 25.39 grain JSB's grouped the best, out at 25yds with 4 inch groups!!..and before anyone says anything, I DO know how to utilize the Artillery Hold as I also own an RWS 48, 350, Diana 52, Weihrauch HW77 & HW80 and have NO issues with any of them at all, for Any reason..and at much greater distances.
Things I would have changed:Webley / Hatsan, and Hatsan in particular, needs to seriously take a second look at their "quality control",at least as far as the Patriot is concerned, they definitely have some issues in that regard. I think they need to spend a little less focus on "FPS" and concentrate a bit more on refinements & "QC".
What others should know:Before purchasing a SPRINGER in .25 cal, of any manufacture, do yourself a favor and do a thorough study of ballistics, especially between .22 & the .25 particularly if your intended targets are most generally in excess of 35 yards, you just may find that a .22cal of Quality stature, such as RWS/Diana, AirArms, Weihrauch,etc..will meet your needs more suitably than a .25 cal Springer will. In my opinion, if you want a .25 cal, then a PCP is really the way to go in order to realize the true worth of that cal. because, again..in my opinion, I just don't believe (nor, have I ever seen) that the power plants of todays springers are developed to the point, yet..that they can do the .25 any real justice. I exchanged (and Upgraded) my Patriot for a Benjamin M-Rod recently (at PA) and am Very Glad that I did, the PCP Really Is worthy of the larger caliber, and a deadly joy to shoot, I love it. I also Must say, that I cannot say enough Good, about PA & staff, in a word, INTEGRITY and SERVICE.
Things I liked:Beutiful stock.
Things I would have changed:I made a mistake buying this rifle.... Already gave it to a friend that thinks can do something with it.
What others should know:After beeing used to shoot with PCP's, this is like carring a very heavy bag of stones to try to obtain the accuracy of a slingshot... When I bought it I had the oportuinity of buyin a Weirauch .25... I opted for the cheapest option... I paid the bill.
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