Webley Tempest .22 cal Spring Air Pistol
Item #: WPITEMP22
The Webley Tempest is a spring-operated, single shot; break barrel air pistol fitted with a precision-rifled barrel primarily suited to lead pellets. The gun incorporates many additional design features, which include: adjustable trigger, manual safety catch (i.e. selective use), adjustable rearsight with vertical and horizontal adjustment. The handle is designed to fit the hand, with a thumb rest and chequered grips.The latest version of the original barrel over cylinder design that made Webley pistols world famous. Positively locked barrel using the famous Webley revolver type stirrup.
- Caliber - 22
- Velocity: 350 FPS
- Capacity: 1 Round
- Weight: 2 lbs
- Overall Length: 9.12"
- Barrel Length: 6.89"
- Joules of Energy: 4.5
- Action: Break (Single Shot)
- Mechanism: Spring
- Barrel: Rifled
- Trigger: Adjustable Metal
- Grips Designed to Fit the Hand, with Thumb Rest and Checkering
- Positively Locked Barrel using the Famous Webley Revolver-type
- Rear Sight with Vertical and Horizontal Adjustment
- Manual Safety Catch (i.e. Selective Use)
- Adjustable Trigger
- Features the Iconic "Barrel Over Cylinder" Design
|Our Price||$249.99 Save $40.01 (14%)|
|manufacturer||Webley & Scott Ltd.|
|airgun use||Target Shooting/Plinking|
|fire mode||Single Shot|
|warranty||1 Year Limited|
Warner Robins, GA
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Best price anywhere!
March 8, 2014
Saw this in the bargain bin and couldn't believe my eyes. Even though this is the Turkish built Tempest, it's very close in looks to my English Tempest in .177. The cocking was very stiff and I'm hoping it'll loosen up some after use. My English .177 is well worn but very smooth to cock. After about 5 shots I was able to get this one sited in at 5yds and held a pretty good group with match pellets. This is not a target gun but does seem to have a little more power than the English model and the trigger is better. I'll still have to shoot it over a chrony.
Cons:Very stiff cocking effort. It's like the pistol version of my RWS 350.