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Webley Longbow

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by hughie, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. hughie

    hughie Posting Addict

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    I have seen pictures of the Webley Longbow and i think it is a lovely looking gun. The only thing that would put me off is that i have heard some are made in Turkey. How do you now if the gun you are buying is made in Turkey or England . Also are the ones from turkey just as well made as English ones.
     
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    i had a go of one last month that was made in turkey ,the thumb hole stock was very well made and nice ,and to be honest i couldnt fault the gun ,ive had 3 birmingham ones over the years and if anything id say the blueing wasnt as good on the foreing ones apart from that id still buy one ,they have just had bad press most people havnt tried one there going off what some one has told them
     
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    Iv Got one of the english made ones but Its not a thumbhole (Carnt stan them on springers) brilliant air gun better than most weihnrauch guns and deffinatly better than the BSA lightning XL once You have fitted your own Moderator:up::D
     
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    like i say there a good gun couldnt fault it,but no its not a brummie but its still a good gun
     
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    The Longbow is a pretty good gun, if we're talking about the old ones then they're good for the price, the new ones are ok for the money but you can get better.
     
  6. hughie

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    What would you reccomend thats better than a webley longbow for its price ?
     
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    hw95 ive had a few of them over the years,but its eache to there own int it
     
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    I know weirauchs are fantastic guns but their a little bit heavy for me.
     
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    The 95 isn't heavy, but it's still as good as the 80.
     
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    Thanks Cog i'll take that into account:up::)
     

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