Date: 24/5/2016 7:50

Weihrauch HW50S Breakbarrel Rifle

PY-2152-3500

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$399.95

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  • Description
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  • Customer reviews
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  • Spring-piston breakbarrel rifle
  • Single-shot
  • 24 lbs. cocking effort
  • Checkered beech stock with raised cheekpiece
  • 2-stage adjustable Rekord trigger
  • Globe front sight accepts inserts (included)
  • Adjustable rear sight
  • Steel barrel & receiver
  • Rubber buttpad
  • Incl. front sight inserts

Pyramyd Air tested both the .177- and .22-caliber airguns and found the velocities to be higher than what the manufacturer has stated. Below are some comparisons:

.177 caliber:
Manufacturer--820 fps
Our tests--Up to 849 fps with 7.0-grain RWS Hobby pellets

.22 caliber:
Manufacturer--574 fps
Our tests--Up to 650 fps with 11.9-grain RWS Hobby pellets & 595 fps with 14.66-grain Beeman Field Target Trophy pellets


While this is the "S" model and has a Rekord trigger, the manufacturer does not stamp the gun with an "S."
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity820 fps
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length15.5"
Overall Length40.5"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort24 lbs.
BarrelRifled
Front SightGlobe with Aperture Inserts
Rear SightAdjustable for windage and elevation
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateRubber
Suggested forPlinking & target practice
ActionBreakbarrel
SafetyAutomatic
PowerplantSpring-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Body TypeRifle
Weight6.8 lbs
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By Jeffrey from USA on 2016-04-07
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Things I liked: I was fortunate to grab a refurbished HW50s in .177. Even before break in I am getting right at the advertised velocity with 7gr lead pellets. Groups at 10yrds are basically one hole with Crossman CP (7.9gr @ 765fps). I own a number of adult rifles ranging from a Theoben Crusader down to a Beeman R7 .20 and have to say that this delivers everything I thought I had in the R7 but with much more authority esp for garden pests. As mentioned elsewhere cocking effort is a little high for the power output, but most adults and teens should be able to handle it. This is probably a very close second to my R7 to hold sensitivity, but the R7 has been tuned. Out of the box the HW50 is better. As always Rekord trigger is amazing if you take the time to adjust it. Expect things will only improve with more shooting. So far has performed very well with all pellets but seems to have a bit of a preference for the CP's.

Things I would have changed: Really not much to improve. There is a little drag of wood on metal from the cocking arm but that is being really picky. MIne was missing the extra front sight globes and cam only with a post.

What others should know: This rifle is a great value and should make an excellent all around choice for plinking and small vermin. Not quite as backyard friendly as R7.

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By Paul from USA on 2016-01-27
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Things I liked: I was looking for a carbine style rifle with a reputation for quality and not too hold sensitive. Me search lead me to the HW-50S in .22 cal.I have a plan to use this one as my silhouette rifle at this years Pyramyd air shoot in Ohio. I've chronied this rifle in .22 using Crosman Premiers 14.3 grain @ 610F.P.S. which is 11.80 FT.LBS.,which I'm hoping to be able to get the far silhouette's without any problems. I couldn't be any more pleased with the looks, it's a beech wood I think, with very nice checking and stippling with the Weihrauch name engraved in the forearm area.

Things I would have changed: The open sites are nice, but a waste for me, cause my eye sight is not good enough to take advantage of them.

What others should know: The cocking effort is higher then I thought it would be for a medium power rifle. I think part of this is caused by the short barrel which limits the available leverage.

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By Jackey from USA on 2015-11-22
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Things I liked: Have never had an air rifle this easy to shoot--the least hold sensitive I have ever shot, MUCH better than the 2 Benjamin gas pistons I currently have, even a little better than the RWS 34 that I have had for years. Also the least pellet picky rifle I've ever shot--tried 11 different pellets, shot fine with 6, outstandingly well with 2 (and this is after only 600 shots, MUCH quicker break-in than I am used to). At 35 laser-measured yards groups are always under 3/4" and again, this is only 600 shots in, not even what I consider broken in yet. Cocking effort was not bad at all (and I'm a fat 47 year- old, not a 20 something body builder) and was quite smooth out of the box. If you have been considering one of these go ahead--it will not disappoint.

Things I would have changed: Nothing so far, and that is quite unusual.

What others should know: From my limited experience (8 "adult" air guns over the years) this rifle is a true value for the price. Not as fast as a lot of them out there, but a heck of a lot more accurate and easier to shoot in my opinion.

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  • Dan from USA asked:

    Can anybody give me the measurement between the front screw in the trigger guard(large one) to the screw in the forearm? Center to center. Thank you.

    • Paul from USA:

      I came up with 7 3/8 inches, all had was a ruler to use so I not sure how exact you need that measurement.

  • JAY from USA asked:

    I have been looking at the customer images on this gun and I would like to know what type of rear peep sight is on this customers gun? Thanks Jay from USA

    • Larry from USA asked:

      Has anyone done a comparison between the HW50s and the Crossman 3100 in .177 caliber?

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      Item Description

      In stockHW-403580 [PY-2152-3500]
      Weihrauch HW50S, beech stock, Rekord trigger, front sight inserts
      Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
      Max Velocity820 fps
      StockBeech
      GripRight
      ColorBrown

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