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The Webley Nemesis Co2 Pistol. (a Quick Review)

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Wild Bill, Sep 10, 2019.

  1. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Hi folks.

    As you know I like my pistola's, well just about anything CO2 and the other day I had the chance to try and buy a Nemesis co2 pistol from my local RFD for a very good price. So I purchased it and I'm happy with it.

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    Now I know some of you have had this pistol and didn't like it but I do. I really do. I wanted something for some casual plinking but with a semi serious target capability for my small back yard range. Obviously as fun as semi auto style blowback replicas are, for good target work they are hard to master. So I thought this would be good for some 8-10 yd paper punching. No blowback, but multishot with a twin magazine or single shot loading tray.

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    You insert the co2 cylinder into the chamber under the barrel and tighten it with the supplied hex key which is part of the pistol grip endcap. I get about 50 usable shots from a co2 capsule and I will tell you now, it is more powerful than any of my co2 replicas including my 7.5" barrel Colt SAA. I haven't chronoed it yet but going by the way it goes through my shed :)oops::confused:) and rips through tin cans, I'd say this is easily pumping out more than 450 fps with Bisley Practice pellets.

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    I love the fibre optic sights and they work a treat especially in low light. The ergonomics of the pistol suit my hands just fine. It feels great to be honest. It is quite light and very comfortable to hold both single handed and two handed.

    I like the looks of it, not everyone will but I do. It reminds me of a slim Judge Dredd pistol. It is made of some sort of ABS with a steel rifled barrel and steel bolt etc. The bolt can be swapped over to the right side for wonky handed shooters.

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    The twin magazine is unique. It holds 7 pellets on each side and rotates with out jams. You shoot 7 rounds and then remove it and swap it around for another 7 rounds. Quite good actually. It cycles very smooth on my example.

    It also comes with a single shot loading tray for when you can't be bothered to load the magazines.

    I found the pistol to be quite accurate at 8-10 yds even with my old shaky hands. This target has two magazines through it at 8 yds standing, single handed shooting. I think it's not bad and obviously with practice and a drink :tea: to steady my hands, I think it will cloverleaf no problem.

    Anyway, it's another pistol for my collection. I love them all. And you just can't beat a bit of relaxed plinking/target shooting on a nice evening after work.

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    Cheers all. Happy shooting, whatever style you do. :up::)
     
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  2. Monkeyjoe

    Monkeyjoe Busy Member

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    Nice review Bill, and nice pistol... I’m not too keen on the magazines, they way they sit puts me off a bit, single shot looks good though, like the bolt action.... and the Murphy looks really nice, just put me in the mood for one now...
     
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    SimonCornwall Engaging Member

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    I like the sights, I want something like those for my cp1, even if it's just the front
     
  4. Douglas Soal

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    Looks nice Bill, think the mags are the weak point, will be interested to see how you find them with use.
     
  5. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    So far so good Douglas. They load easy and they cycle smooth. Time will tell I suppose. :up:
     
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    Thanks Bill, keep us updated, am tempted myself.
     
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    Gaz2121 Gazza

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    Looks really good and pistol shooting in the garden is great fun .
     
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    short-carabine Engaging Member

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    Tempted to one of these in .22 at some point
     
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    Cheers Bill.
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  10. Finnthedude

    Finnthedude Engaging Member

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    Looks interesting, I too like the look of it.

    What's it like noise wise? Will it take a moderator?

    Good review.

    Finnthedude.
     
  11. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Yes it will take a screw on moderator. It is relatively noisy as most co2 pistols are.

    Cheers
     
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    Oat Very Active

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    Nice review Bill
    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Nice write up with pics Wild Bill:thumb:.

    Got to ask, with all these modern type guns, have you gone over to the dark side, or are you on the change:D.
     
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  14. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    I just like guns man. Gotta be ready for the zombie apocalypse. :thumb: WalkingAnt.gif
     
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    :laff:

    PS get rid of that crawly:mad:
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    WalkingAnt.gif ..OK.:tea:
     
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  17. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Just a heads up update on the Webley Nemesis.

    I can tell you that this is my most powerful CO2 pistol. With Trophy greens (lightweight alloy pellets) I have chrono'd this at an actual 460 fps today. I really rate this pistol. It is ideal for plinking and close paper target work. Now I need a small lightweight silencer/moderator for it. This afternoon I spent a good few hours and quite a few co2 caplets with this pistol and I can't fault it really.

    Love it.
     
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  18. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging led me'..

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    Yup I tried to squash it with my finger 1st time I seen it, I thought wtf lol..

    PS Nice review Bill :thumb: Enjoy..
     
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    Roger G Well-Known Member

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    Been thinking about a Nemesis for a while and after reading your review I took the plunge. I saw one pop up on Freeads and contacted the seller who was only 30 mins drive from me. He is a great guy and a gun fanatic, so I spent about 90 minutes with him looking at his guns and chatting. The Nemesis was bought new in May this year, but he decided it was superfluous to requirements. It is in excellent condition, unmarked and I tried it on his mini range. Cost me £80 which I considered an excellent deal and I shot it for the first time at the club last night. Very powerful, feels about the same power as my 2240. Just need to dial in the red dot, although it was pretty good on the open sights at 20 yards. Weight and balance feels nice and I am going to enjoy shooting it. Thanks for tipping me over the edge Bill:) I'll be getting rid of my newly acquired Artemis CP400 which comes nowhere near the Nemesis for quality and power.

    Roger
     
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  20. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Nice one Roger. The Nemesis is a very underrated co2 pistol. Just waiting for a 11mm to picatinny adaptor for my red dot that I will be fitting to mine. :up:

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