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Estimated in-stock date 09-26-2014
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Things I liked:Accurate and makes a great firearm training gun.
Things I would have changed:Make it in England again.
What others should know:Mine shoots best with lightweight pellets. RWS Superpoints are my favorite in it.I haven't tried PBA pellets in it but would be interested to see if they would be of any benefit for velocity or accuracy. Could someone chrony some perhaps? It gets easyer to to cock after a few hundred shots. The screws on the sights can loosen from vibration so make sure they are really snug. Its a nice compact pistol that you can find a holster for. I have mine in one on a belt with a Crosman pellet pouch and you can walk around ready to shoot.It helps me stay in practice with a pistol so my skills with a firearm don't get slack.
Things I liked:The small size ...
Things I would have changed:The safety is only activated after you cock the gun, also the pistol is not ambidextrous ... should come with extra piston washers or a better way to fit the piston washer/seal without breaking it and very difficult to find spares ...
What others should know:I bought two and both had the same problem, a broken piston washer/seal it has a slit for easy inserting it in the piston but it keeps cracking. The manual it comes with has a step by step how to disassemble and assemble the gun part by part. I found new seals online but again after a few shots they break. Also this gun is the hardest to cock ever. I do not recommend buying this gun. Buy something else ...
Things I liked:Very good reproduction of the air pistol I first learned to shoot. Good to have a fully functional replica of a classic design. As hard hitting and accurate as my original 1980's English version (which is still shooting well). Uses solid pins in the cocking linkages (the original Tempest used hollow pins which were prone to bending over time)
Things I would have changed:Nothing. Very faithful to the original design. I needed to lube the mainspring very slightly for smoothness (as I have done on my original version every few years).
What others should know:Webley air pistols were designed as training pistols and have backward recoil which takes practice to master. It is best to learn how to cock the pistol smoothly (not for young children). It will take a few hundred shots to wear in, just like the originals.