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Webley Typhoon Air Pistol

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  • Webley Typhoon air pistol
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Fixed front sight
  • Fully adjustable micrometer rear sight
  • 3/8" dovetail grooves
  • Ambidextrous grip has thumbrest and finger grooves
  • Semi-recoilless
  • Automatic safety
  • Includes synthetic cocking assist that slides onto the muzzle and can be removed or left in place during shooting

It's back, it's modern and it's awesome!

The Webley Typhoon is a revived classic that belongs in every airgunner's gun vault. Available in .177 or .22 caliber, this semi-recoilless spring-piston gun should be even more fun to shoot than it's predecessor. It has an ambidextrous synthetic grip with finger grooves and a 3/8" dovetail grooves for a pistol scope or dot sight.

The cocking aid is a muzzlebrake with a slit that accommodates the front sight. Slip it on to get a boost in cocking leverage.
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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity330 fps
Barrel Length6.89"
Overall Length14.8"
Shot Capacity1
Front SightPost
Rear SightMicrometer adjustable
Scopeable11mm dovetail
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Body TypePistol
Weight3.0 lbs
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other products by Webley & Scott Ltd.

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By cory from USA on 2014-01-31
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Things I liked: solid, close tolerences, great riffling in barrel, does well on velocity despite its very short barrel, 400 fps for a hobby pellet 11.9 grain. can cock without assist tool with a shop rag or your palm if placed in correctly.

Things I would have changed: not much because of its its reasonable pice, you get more then you pay for. rear sites are combat style insted of target sites, combat style has bigger gaps in between front post and rear posts when looking down the sites for a target.

What others should know: the 22 version pellets will stick flush in pine boards, and because of the weight of the pellets it has even more energy at 25 yards then the fast light .177 pistols that do 500 fps with 7.4 gr pellets, this is because heavy pellets retain more energy then light pellets wich means saved power for longer range impact on target. make shure breach seal sticks just above flush, a sunk breach seal can cost 50-100 fps in velocity, 1/32 to 1/16 exposed should be fine. 22 version loves light 9.57 gr beeman fts lead free pellets 480 fps on high end, for lead use air arms or jsb 13.4 gr, its a lighter domed pellet, and rws hobby 11.9 gr for 10 meter paper popping. dont forget 3 drops chamber lube also after 6 months or a few thousand rounds, wich ever comes first. you can use a eye dropper to put lube in chamber hole, then just buy rws chamber oil or the other brands specifically for the chamber, never use other lubes, they are not the same as chamber lube and can dielsel very hard or errode piston seal.

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By Peter Dude from USA on 2009-09-08
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What others should know: QUALITY PISTOL B U Y IT

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By Doug from USA on 2009-07-01
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Things I liked: This gun is unique as are several in my collection, but that's why I wanted it. The main thing I like is that it's a .22 caliber and break barrel. The power is seriously under stated in ths product specs, shoots very hard. Good looks and comfortable to shoot. Has become one of my favorites.

Things I would have changed: The only thing I don't like is for left handed shooting the safety button is a little in the way, because in the fire position it sticks out on the left side, but already getting used to it.

What others should know: There were a lot of bad reviews for this gun almost making me not want one, but after buying I would highly recommend it. Everybody complained on the trigger with lots of fixes, but I don't believe in altering the engineering of things. However, I did make a minor adjustment on mine that turned it into tack driver. I noticed when cleaning the little trigger adjustment screw did not make contact with anything. I simply replaced that one screw with one a tiny bit longer and that removed all the creep and odd trigger pull. Not really an alteration, but now it shoots "hole in hole" at ten meters with a red dot sight. If you try this make sure the screw is not too long as it looks like it could possibly make it fire with out pulling the trigger, (if the screw is too far in).

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Item Description

WEBPTYPH22 [PY-1356-2396]
Ambidextrous & ready to shoot tin cans, bottle caps & more!
Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity330 fps