This gun was made in Birmingham, England and was marketed thru Beeman Precision Airguns. .177 caliber, single shot, break barrel action
The Webley Vulcan was made between 1979 and 1981 and featured an A PTFE and O-ring piston seal. This what was what Webley called their “Power Intensification System”. This model also features a Beech stock, with a cheek piece and a rubber butt plate. The trigger is adjustable and is the constant sear engagement type. This is an excellent trigger. Manual Safety. OAL 40.8” Weight 7 lbs.
This particular gun is in very good condition with normal wear. The metal some thinning blue and lots of little dings, nothing too bad. The stock also has some dings. The gun was velocity tested in our shop at about 700 fps with lead seals. There are no front or rear sights, so you need to mount a scope.
This is a pretty nice older break barrel air rifle.