Webley MkIV 38 S&W

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by nextgenar, Apr 24, 2018.

  1. nextgenar

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    8180A09C-B978-4224-8B2F-4983191CBD95.jpeg 7017AFD2-9AD0-4E50-9777-6A0AEDA6F6A5.jpeg 252DA6F4-1345-4C38-97E1-BD7A05F4E5BE.jpeg EC95CAC9-DD48-4DCF-AC61-714F3D164652.jpeg 0D2BA806-22A0-4901-BD0F-AE9FBBC0C625.jpeg Here’s a neat Revolver, this is a Webley MK IV 38 S&W, manufactured in 1942 by the Webley and Scott Company, during the Second World War. This revolver is marked “War Finish” it shoots very well, I tried to post a video with me shooting it, but couldn’t because the file was too large. So here are a few still pictures.
     
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    If you post it on Youtube you can then post a link - that's what I do, and I'm pretty dumb.

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  3. Cardinal

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    Very nice.

    I love the history of these and have been thinking about getting one for a while. I don’t think I have seen one offered here for a long time.

    Any recommendations on where to Find them?
     
  4. CountryGent

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    I so dig those old Webleys. Thanks for posting the pics. :)
     
  5. jordanka16

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    Even though I have no use for it, I have always wanted a MK VI in .455. Something about them is just neat.

    That is certainly a nice looking one.
     
  6. WAYNO

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    There's some on GunBroker as we speak.

    Google Webley .38-200 (which is the correct cartridge nomenclature) and there are many for sale.
     
  7. nextgenar

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    I found this one in an estate out of Eastern Oregon.
     
  8. DunRanull

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    Nice... They wouldnt win any beauty contests at my place but useful and effective. I agree with Jordanka above, a .455 Webley would be a nice addition to the collection! A nice looking example of the breed..
     

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