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Old 02-28-2017, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default New Webley Valuemax .20 chrony numbers

I was going to try and both chrony and mount up a scope for some accuracy testing of the 4 pellets I got and started by winging about 40 downrange with just open sights which I tend to not be so great with but I was ringing or hitting the bullseye with just a few tweaks so I can't wait to get this thing scoped. I got stopped by rain and had to take the last 5 shots over the chrony getting wet, but here's what I got.
I think there's 6 or maybe 7 available, i have 4 of them and ran the usual 10 shot strings:

-H&N Baracuda 13.58gr: Average 748, High 761, Low 742, ES 19, SD 5
-Benjamin Dome 14.3gr: Average 706, High 719, Low 687, ES 32, SD 9
-JSB Exact 13.73gr: Average 763, High 767, Low 759, ES 8, SD 2
-Predator Polymag 13gr: Average 742, High 749, Low 735, ES 14, SD 4

So far, I'm really impressed. The rifle has a build date of 12 11 so it's been sitting sealed in a bag for 5 years and I was expecting a fairly dry gun and it's not. First 8-10 shots were pretty loud but then it settled in nice...smooth cocking, 3-ish on the loud scale, had a bit of twang at first but that's slowly faded away and it's turning into a pretty smooth shooting rifle that by the sound of the pellets hitting my backstop is doing it with pretty nice authority.
If you're on the fence about grabbing one, just my lame opinion but hop off and go buy one. So far, I'm very much enjoying mine, $100 well spent.
My favorites: Hatsan Galatian III QE .25, Weihrauch HW95 .22, Beeman R9 .20, Webley Tomahawks in .177 and (2) .22's and a few (21 for now) others
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Old 03-01-2017, 05:53 AM   #2
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Pretty impressive results from a new gun that spent the last 5+ years on a shelf. Be curious to see how things settle in after the guns been broken in some more. Those ES's I'd expect will tighten up but honestly where they're at now is sweet performance in my book. Good buy with that rifle!
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