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|Max Velocity||690 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-8 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: accuracy
Things I would have changed: seals
What others should know: This is the 2nd Webley Rebel and after 25 Rnds it now misfires after or about 3 pumps. Just like the 1st one did. Trading it out for another replacement seems futile. If Pyramid air doesn't supply new seals I'll determine other remedies.
Things I liked: Composite components
Things I would have changed: Rear sight should be more rearward for a longer sight radius, or perhaps equidistant at middle of receiver so that see-through scope rings could be utilized
What others should know: Sent it back for a "tech-check" because it would auto discharge at two to four pumps, but the 15 to 20 rounds I put thuough it before it malfunctioned seemed ballistically ok.
Things I liked: I like controlling the amount of power this rifle puts out. 1 to 4 pumps is great for target. More pumps for longer shots !!!
Things I would have changed: More metal parts would be better then plastic - I think the rifle deserves that !
What others should know: If your an old time pumper like I am, you'll enjoy this type rifle. I put a nice scope on it for long shots, and this rifle hits it mark every time !
Is the receiver plastic or steel?
What is the pull weight on the trigger and how is the travel and break?
2 lbs, very crisp on the break.
How's the build quality? I haven't found any actual reviews of the gun online, but have heard any of them are failing. Anyone with first hand experience?
Keith From California I have the original Sharps Innova which the Rebel is a copy of and one of these in 22 cal, the receiver is a heavy plastic polymer, the pull weight is short of 4lbs give or take but I found that this perfect for this gun and I have had my Innova for 10 years with no problem and my rebel just short of two years. There easy to maintain just clean the barrels after a few hundred shots and add crosman pell gun oil when needed and your good to go. I bought my Innova for rabbit hunting and can knock out a long ear at 75 yards - but the innova's fps is 1100. The Rebel has enough power nail a long ear at 35 to 40 yards. You have to remember they are set at 12lbs because of the English airgun laws but with some re-tuning it can get the 18lbs back and be like it's grandfather the Innova
overall quality is pretty good
|Max Velocity||690 fps|