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Webley hurricane dating


While essentially a Beeman P2 at its core, it is fitted with superb high quality ambidextrous checkered walnut competition grips, ambidextrous thumb safeties and an adjustable two-stage target trigger. It is what might be considered the Cadillac (or in Germany, the Mercedes-Benz) of single shot pneumatics (and priced commensurately with an MSRP of $545). This is the airgun I would have aspired to owning, instead of the Webley Hurricane, if I hadn’t become so enamored with early CO2 powered pellet-firing models like the Umarex Walther CP99 and CP88. The Air Venturi V10 recently reignited my interest in single shot pneumatics (and I unpacked my old Webley Hurricane) which has taken me back to where I should have begun almost 20 years ago with a Weihrauch HW 75. Fortunately, it has survived the passing of time and is still around. If that doesn’t make it a classic, I don’t know what does.

Webley started producing Air Rifle in 1926. And currently produce a fine range of air rifles and air pistols that are available worldwide. Webley experimented with pneumatic air rifles in the 1960’s. Production air rifles became available in the late 1990’s The factory production information is not available. Below are some approximate production dates that will help you date your Webley Air Rile.


Webley hurricane dating

Webley hurricane dating