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Weihrauch HW100 .22 FSB Walnut Sporter

Weihrauch HW100 .22 FSB Walnut Sporter
 
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SKU HW-1851
Manufacturer Weihrauch
Market price $1769.99
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Hig Power, Side Lever, Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP)

The Weihrauch HW100S is a very high quality rifle and is a good fit for the serious shooter. The gun is offered with two stock options, one being a thumbhole and one being a sporter version. The price is the same for both versions.

The gun features a 14 shot rotary magazine and there is also an optional single shot magazine available for the competition shooter. Cocking the gun is accomplished by using a short sidelever which easily pulls out and back with one finger. It can't get any simpler than that. And the rifle also features the new quick fill air tank which allows you to fill the tank without removing it from the rifle. However, for those that wish to do so, it can also be removed for filling
The new FSB (fully shrouded barrel) makes this rifle as quiet a contender as is available on the market.  If you're looking for a top-of-the-line rifle, put this one on your short list. It's a winner from front to back.


Technical Data for the HW100:

Total Weight 8.6 lbs
Overall Length 42.1"
Stock Right Hand Walnut
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Side Lever
Cocking Effort Low
Recoil Rating N/A
Power Plant Pre-Charged Pneumatic **
Shot Capacity Magazine or optional Single Shot

** As with all PCP rifles an external air supply is needed but not supplied with the rifle.  Ask about our hand pumps and scuba adapters.

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.22
890
27 fpe

 

Our Take - RWS Model 460

Velocity Test Results for the Weihrauch HW100

Straight Shooters Use Score
Plinking
Target Shooting
Pest Control
Hunting
5
5
5
5

I have to start this write-up by saying that the Weihrauch HW100 has to be the most pleasurable PCP I've had the chance to shoot. Without a doubt, that is the truth. I would be the first to admit that I truly enjoy shooting all rifles but this one was the most fun. Why? Mostly for two reasons.
1) I really like the large capactiry 14 shot magazine. I didn't have to reload as often as with other rifles.
2) The cocking mechanism is a side-lever that is so easy to cock that I never had to move the gun from the rest or from my shooting position. It was just an effortless testing sequence.
And of course, the gun is incredibly accurate but then, most PCP are very accurate so that just goes without saying.


.177 Caliber Pellets

Pellet Name
Pellet Weight (grains)
Ratings at the Muzzle
Ratings at
10 Yards
Ratings at
25 Yards
Ratings at
50 Yards
Ballistic Coefficient
Name
Advertised
Tested
Velocity (fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Average Energy
Napier Hunter
7.72
7.80
1049
19
936
15
822
12
683
8
.017
Trophy
7.88
8.00
1048
20
936
16
822
12
683
8
.017
Premier Lights
7.90
7.90
1052
19
943
16
833
12
698
9
.018
Crosman Accupell
7.90
7.90
1053
19
944
16
833
12
698
9
.018
JSB Express
7.90
7.90
1057
20
951
16
844
12
712
9
.019
Bearcub
8.09
8.00
1020
18
862
13
710
9
525
5
.010
SuperDome
8.30
8.20
1022
19
875
14
731
10
556
6
.011
FTS
8.40
9.00
1017
21
920
17
816
13
685
9
.018
JSB Exact
8.44
8.40
1030
20
912
16
793
12
645
8
.015
JSB Exact Heavy
10.33
10.30
974
22
910
19
835
16
734
12
.025
Premier Heavy
10.50
10.50
959
21
908
19
844
12
757
13
.030
Kodiak Match
10.60
10.20
962
22
871
18
768
14
635
9
.016
Kodiak
10.60
10.50
947
21
860
17
760
13
628
9
.016

Break down of number of shots using a 3,000 psi fill and JSB Exact .177 pellets.
Number of shots

Average Velocity

Average FPE

 0-10
1029
20.0
11-20
1028
20.0
21-30
1027
20.0
31-40
1014
19.0
41-50
969
18.0
51-60
910
15.0


.22 Caliber Pellets

Pellet Name
Pellet Weight (grains)
Ratings at the Muzzle
Ratings at
10 Yards
Ratings at
25 Yards
Ratings at
50 Yards
Ballistic Coefficient
Name
Advertised
Tested
Velocity (fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Average Energy
Trophy
14.00
14.40
842
23
801
21
746
18
664
14
.027
JSB Express
14.30
14.30
892
25
812
21
715
16
583
11
.015
Crosman Premier
14.30
14.30
849
23
837
22
782
17
692
15
.031
Crosman Accupell
14.30
14.40
870
24
838
22
695
16
631
13
.023
Bearcub
14.44
15.44
849
25
772
20
675
16
543
10
.014
SuperDome
14.50
14.50
865
24
746
18
608
12
431
6
.009
Beeman FTS
14.60
14.90
831
23
809
21
679
15
632
13
.032
Napier ProHunter
15.40
15.20
821
23
801
21
773
15
729
13
.030
JSB Exact
15.74
15.80
839
25
821
24
796
17
656
15
.032
Logun Penetrator
 16.00
16.00
813
24
808
23
700
17
687
15
.032
Logun Penetrator 20.5
20.50
20.50
782
28
713
23
647
19
551
14
.019
Kodiak
21.10
21.70
742
27
693
23
625
19
528
13
.018

Break down of number of shots using a 3,000 psi fill and JSB Exact .22 pellets.
Number of shots

Average Velocity

Average FPE

 0-10
871
26.6
11-20
883
27.4
21-30
894
28.0
31-40
836
27.2
41-50
796
24.5

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