Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Mon Mar 09, 2015 3:43 pm

StevF99 wrote:
You managed that much consistency?! Mine doesn't go the same place twice, up down, right... no left yet but there's still time...


I do believe your Webley is haunted. Seek out a chaplain immediately!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby fremsley » Mon Mar 09, 2015 9:25 pm

I'll bre passing mine to the king of fettle Herr Dadio for hop evaluation sometime in the future... I don't want to disturb the Bren building at present...
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby McVickers » Tue Mar 10, 2015 12:07 am

fremsley wrote:I don't want to disturb the Bren building at present...


You mean... ...he's building another BREN? :shock:

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Tue Mar 10, 2015 6:14 pm

I'd be interested to hear anyone's ideas/methods for fixing a hop-up into the Webley. :)
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby fremsley » Tue Mar 10, 2015 6:30 pm

McVickers wrote:
fremsley wrote:I don't want to disturb the Bren building at present...


You mean... ...he's building another BREN? :shock:

:slap:

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Jimmiiee » Tue Mar 10, 2015 8:30 pm

I couldn't help it...........

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Nex89 » Sun Mar 15, 2015 4:07 pm

Ohh regardless of reliability or practicality I think I'm going to have to get one of these...

Airsoft World have a few in, but they list them as ~440 fps. Everywhere else online seems to suggest they are lower at 300-320 or thereabouts. Could some of the purchasers on here confirm the power? I'd prefer the reduced hassle from a UK seller but don't want to end up with something too hot to actually use!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Sun Mar 15, 2015 5:43 pm

I can't remember off the top of my head, but the power on mine was around the 300 mark, it the cold of Winter.
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby richardtl » Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:15 pm

Mine came in at 320fps and it is all down to the necking down of the cartridges in the "primer area".

I fitted a hop-up as per nagant revolver guides. I filed a round furrow in top of barrel and fitted part of an o-ring in this and glued it into place.
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Mon Mar 16, 2015 10:37 pm

richardtl wrote:
I fitted a hop-up as per nagant revolver guides. I filed a round furrow in top of barrel and fitted part of an o-ring in this and glued it into place.


I'm going to seek out one of these guides immediately!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Dom_e » Mon Mar 30, 2015 10:03 am

Having seen one of these used last week on Facebook for £135 including post and a holster I finally got one too.

I am in love. Can't wait to get some CO2 and see how she shoots! If anyone has a link to the hop installing guides that'd be awesome!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Mon Mar 30, 2015 12:36 pm

Dom_e wrote:If anyone has a link to the hop installing guides that'd be awesome!

Sure thing, buddy. HERE you go.

Did it myself, and it works a treat. Bit fiddly, but certainly worth the effort in my opinion. Just mind it's a one way street. :wink:
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby richardtl » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:37 pm

Yes that's the guide I found. My Webley has been nothing but a pleasure and shot a bit with it, infact on its third CO2 cartridge.
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Dom_e » Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:17 pm

Kendo wrote:
Dom_e wrote:If anyone has a link to the hop installing guides that'd be awesome!

Sure thing, buddy. HERE you go.

Did it myself, and it works a treat. Bit fiddly, but certainly worth the effort in my opinion. Just mind it's a one way street. :wink:


Cheers chap, I need to shoot a bit more when it is less windy to gauge whether mine needs it. Trouble is she's so pretty I'm not sure I can bring myself to touch her ;)
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Nex89 » Fri Apr 03, 2015 6:10 pm

I got one from Patrol Base as they, for a time, were cheaper than everywhere else. However I have a bit of a problem. When I ordered early this week I'm almost certain they had their fps estimate at 320 as mentioned here. I've had their page bookmarked for a few weeks to read/fawn over multiple times. But checking back this week it is now shown as 440 and I hate to say, the gun I got likely matches that if the coke can test is anything to go by. This thing I think is way too hot and I would not have placed the order in the first place had I read that!

Me and Worrywort are going regular airsofting tomorrow so I will get a confirmation with the site's chrono. It's definitely a 6mm version (printed on the gun frame, and box) but has the safety catch that I thought only the 4.5mm airgun version had. Immediately though it is obvious that the shells provided have no restrictors and big holes in the back, different to what people have pictured here but the same as airsoft world shows on their promo pics. (see my previous post & concerns)

So is there a new production line/batch with different specs and different shells included? A word of warning then if that's the case...

If it is too powerful I'm undecided what to do. Can you get restrictors that will fit these shells? Unless I return it, it adds up to spending more money and my wallet is a bit light after this and a recent SOF binge. :oops:
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