- WEBLEY ALECTO .177 AND .22 CALIBER MULTI-STROKE PNEUMATIC TARGET PISTOL
- WEBLEY ALECTO PCP .22 CAL. AIR GUN CHRONY TEST
Type: Multi-pump Air Pistol.
Manufacturer: Webley - Zoraki ATAK Arms.
Model: Alecto - HP-01
Materials: Polymer shell with metal internal parts.
Weight: 2.4 pounds.
Barrel: 7.2 inches, metal rifled.
Propulsion: MSP Multi-stroke pneumatic.
Action: Single shot.
Ammunition Type: .177 & .22 caliber pellets.
Ammunition Capacity: 1 pellet.
Trigger Pull: You simply can not get a better trigger. You can adjust it left and right and forwards and backwards. You can also adjust the tension from .9 lbs to 4 lbs and the break point is smooth as butter.
Accuracy: Awesome, I got about a 1 inch group from a free standing position 20 feet away.
Build Quality: Build quality is excellent, it does have an external outer plastic shell but it is very solid and made of what seems to be high quality weapons grade polymer. All the internal mechanical parts are made out of metal.
Realism: This is not a replica air gun but it does resemble the Desert Eagle in shape and size.
Purchased From: the Replica Airguns Store.
- Very accurate for a pistol.
- Only a few pumps generate a lot of power.
- Fully adjustable trigger and grips.
- Fully adjustable sites, including a rotating front site for quick adjust near and far shooting.
- Great safety design with one finger operation.
- If you're left handed you have to buy the extra left hand grip separately.
- Comes with the pressure release valve adjusted a bit too lean. (seems to let pressure out even with only two pumps)
- May be a bit to large for small handed shooters.
I originally got this target air pistol mainly to test it out and do a review for the website, thinking I was going to send it back at the end. After playing around with it for a while, I have decided I simply can not part with it. The Webley Alecto is just to addictive to shoot and has such great power and accuracy that you kind of forget it's not an action shooter. you get lost in literally blasting away anything you point it at.
My table top YouTube Video Review of the Webley Alecto Target Pistol: