My "new" FX2000

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My "new" FX2000

Postby PolarWolf on Sat May 31, 2008 10:12 am

Okay, it's a Webley, but maybe I can find a proper FX badge for it ;)

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Webley FX2000 .22
FX T400 .25
FX Monsoon .22 Walnut
FX Cyclone .177 Regulated
FX Biathlon .177 Regulated

I've had:
Pretty much every model FX made :)
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Re: My "new" FX2000

Postby FXpoacher on Sat May 31, 2008 11:19 am

Sexy!.
I remember when that rifle was first out as a twinshot.
Was'nt it called a RWS Rapier?
It was Axelssons first production PCP rifle.
Or was that a completly different rifle?

Just remember how much i wanted one of them!!!
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Re: My "new" FX2000

Postby ian johnstone on Sat May 31, 2008 6:13 pm

So pleased that it's arrived with you Polar - I've been watching the website (that it came from) and worrying!!!

It looks to be in ABSOLUTELY PERFECT CONDITION - thank god there are some 'anally retentive' types around still (who keep things 'nice' & keep all the paperwork) :D

I've just bought the very same stock type for my Excalibre (stock #3 :oops: ) I'm sure it will be suitable for your target shooting needs (broad and flat forend).
Is it a 10xxx serial number - if so that's quite late in the production line (therefore good)

What's your opinion of the longer Webley sound moderator?
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Re: My "new" FX2000

Postby PolarWolf on Sat May 31, 2008 7:52 pm

Serial no. 10477 :)

The moderator seems to do its stuff, but at 12fpe even a hollow pipe would do its stuff. I'll try it on my T-12 (40J), see if it really does the trick. It does look good though. I have a BSA SAS which I swapped for a Parker Hale, but that latter one was really good (for its diameter). It's really a rifle you keep grabbing.

The stock does seem to have a few very minor marks on it, upon further inspection, but hey...it's not a new gun and I'm not bothered by it. It does appear dry though, so I think I'll order me a bit of Maccari Royal London Oil and give it a good oil finish. That'll really make it stand out!
Webley FX2000 .22
FX T400 .25
FX Monsoon .22 Walnut
FX Cyclone .177 Regulated
FX Biathlon .177 Regulated

I've had:
Pretty much every model FX made :)
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Re: My "new" FX2000

Postby cyclone sniper on Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:52 pm

hey polar what make/brand scope mounts are those ????
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Re: My "new" FX2000

Postby PolarWolf on Sun Jun 24, 2012 7:05 am

cyclone sniper wrote:hey polar what make/brand scope mounts are those ????


I've not the faintest clue :) Probably some chinese elcheapo. I don't spend much on mounts, really.
Webley FX2000 .22
FX T400 .25
FX Monsoon .22 Walnut
FX Cyclone .177 Regulated
FX Biathlon .177 Regulated

I've had:
Pretty much every model FX made :)
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Re: My "new" FX2000

Postby cyclone sniper on Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:47 pm

picked up a set... they are BSA scope master mounts.. nice and tidy mount and suit the fx action not bad for chepos
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