Webley Nemesis Bolt Action CO2 Pellet Pistol Table Top Review
(165 raters) 5,842 views - 9/25/2019
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Type: CO2 Bolt action pellet pistol. Manufacturer: Distributed by Webley. Model: Webley Nemesis. Materials: Metal & Polymer. Weight: 2 pounds (907 grams). Barrel: 6.25 inches metal rifled. Propulsion: CO2 x 1. Action: Bolt action repeater, single action only trigger. Ammunition Type: .177 / .22 caliber pellets. Ammunition Capacity: 14/ 12 round double sided rotary magazines. FPS: Claimed 430 / 370.
Pros: -First multi-shot rotary mag CO2 Pellet pistol I have come across. -Good accuracy and power! -Can add a red dot or optical sight to it using the top built in Dovetail rail. -Can add a laser or tac light using the bottom built in Weaver Picatinny rail. -Has a nice modern look to it for a target pellet pistol. -Rifled steel barrel. -Fiber optic sights adjustable for windage. -Nice light and short single action trigger. -Allen key and magazine storage compartment built into airgun. -Would be good for small pest control because of decent fps and good accuracy.
Cons: -Doesn’t like all pellet sections. -Sights are not adjustable for elevation.
The Webley Nemesis Bolt Action CO2 Pellet Pistol is not really a Replica Airgun so to speak but it’s nice to shoot a dedicated target pellet pistol once in a while and the Webley Nemesis Bolt Action CO2 Pellet Pistol is that for sure but with a more modern and cool looking exterior than most. The Webley Nemesis Bolt Action CO2 Pellet Pistol is also one of the first bolt action Air pistols I have come across that has a rotary magazine which combined with decent power and accuracy could make it usable for small pest control since you do have quick follow up shots just in case the first shot doesn't get the job done. I will say the Webley Nemesis Bolt Action CO2 Pellet Pistol is a bit pellet picky especially if the skirting on your pellet choice is narrow. I would advise you to choose a more chunky pellet with a wider skirt which will make magazine indexing smooth and consistent.