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What ever happened to.....

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jay5488, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. jay5488

    jay5488 Donator

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    The Webley Paradigm???
    I remember seeing this rifle a few years ago, full power PCP with one stroke,
    Was it scrapped before production ????
    Just musing over a cup of tea!!!!

    Jamie
     
  2. jay5488

    jay5488 Donator

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    Apologies, I phrased that part wrong but let's not be pedantic.... ;-)
     
  3. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    For a start not a PCP but an SSP (single stroke pneumatic)....
     
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    Didn't it end up as the webley rebel ?
     
  5. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    No the Rebel is the Puma Innova in a Webley box.

    The Paradigm surfaces every now and then with a Chinese manufacturer threatening to launch it!
     
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    I've scooted all over the internet to find info on this air rifle and it did look quite inguenious, though the stock was not quite my cup of tea. There was some spring assistance to the single stroke of air i think, it's been a long time since i looked it up so don't quote me. But what ever complicated set up it had must have been too delicate, and would have been sent back every six months for fixing or resetting to keep it legal. How ever i reckon FX could use thier 4 stage pump to make a pretty decent single stroke Pneumatic, it seems to have done wonders on the Indy.
     
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    Wasn't it Xisico or something like that?
    There was a picture of an oriental fellow holding one at a gamefair in one of the magazines last year.
    TBH I don't think it'll ever happen.
    There is hope though, the changes at Brocock could lead to something exciting. Word has it that JB has been cooking up something and he's supposed to be tight with the new (Ex BSA) man who's taken over the reigns.
     
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    "Word has it that JB has been cooking up something and he's supposed to be tight with the new (Ex BSA) man who's taken over the reigns."

    He is always cooking something up but I wouldnt put money on that "word". It's only the A*rg*nB*S after all:D
     
  9. jay5488

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    That was my thoughts, looks like a good rifle however, it's not been in the market to see how it holds up!!
    The multipumps don't interest me as re cocking takes far too long, the single stroke version could be a cracking hunter and no bottles to carry about!!!!

    Jamie
     

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