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DOZENS OF WEBLEY PISTOLS IN STOCK, GIVE US A CALL OR BEST POP IN AND SEE THEM
Beautifully made replicas of Webley boxes from yesteryear,
ideal for collectors.
REPLICA WEBLEY PISTOL BOXES
Stock No: 3272
Year: Late 1960s
Calibre: .177 smoothbore
This nice quality air pistol retains most of its original black finish to the cylinder and barrel, the cast iron frame is a little bit worn but not worryingly so, mostly on the edges where it has lain. Mechanically perfect with a nice tight barrel catch, good clean smooth bore barrel and un chipped grips. A nice collectable item which is also a good plinker and also a good dart shooter! We have put this with one of our stunning reproduction boxesand have included an original box of Milbro cup slugs.
Stock No PTB21
This superb item is in as new condition and has obviously had little to no use. It is an excellent quality reproduction box with instruction manual. A premium example.
Stock No PTB13
Really nice near perfect condition Premier that looks to have had little or no use. The original warning sticker is still in place. This mark is the short lived production run of only 4 years.
Original warning sticker still in place.
Stock No PTB24
This superb item is in excellent near new condition obviously had very little use. Good strong main spring, perfect breach lockup, supplied in one of our new compartmentalised reproduction pistol boxes with an empty reproduction pellet box and instruction manual/parts list and hanging tag. A really nice collector’s item.
Stock No PTB22
This quality pistol is in excellent near new condition complete and working superbly. Particularly nice shiny finish and supplied in one of our superb reproduction boxes with compartment and a copy of the spare parts list.
Stock No PTB23
This nice honest condition Mark 1 pistol is in good condition but with some thinning of the bluing on the sides of the cylinder . Good strong spring and a secure barrel lock up. Un chipped grips, supplied in one of our excellent repro boxes with compartment for a pellet box in this case we have put in a empty repro Webley pellet box. And has a hanging tag on the trigger guard. A nice collector’s item which does work well.
Stock No 4219
Very nice condition, original box that has been shot at but only the lid not the base has holes in. With some pellets and darts.
STOCK No. PTB28
Year: 1972 March
Calibre: .177 smoothbore
This classic design of air pistol is in excellent as new condition. It is a Junior with the painted Soncerite type finish which looks nice n shiny the pistol has had little or no use. Good tight breach lock up, nice easy to cock spring, supplied in one of our superb reproduction Webley Junior boxes, and an empty reproduction pellet box. A very nice collector’s item which works well as well.
Stock No 4372
This is a second series warrior which has a serial number and a non chamfered cocking lever. It is in the much less often seen .22 bore with good clean rifling. This example is in fair condition, possibly been refinished at some stage in the past, the grips have definitely been repainted as they had degraded and gone grey over the years. Spring and seal are ok, the lock up is nice and tight, original open sights fitted, markings legible on both sides. A reasonable example.
Stock No 4373
Nice quality pump up pistol is in very good condition the frame has had some touching up of paint of the leading edges the rest of the metal retains virtually all its original black finish. Even has the little sticker underneath about oiling. This has just been resealed by the best person for the job and cocks and shoots absolutely fine. Grips are perfect particularly nice swirly patterns in the grip, this is the first self cocking version with an all metal breach and metal rear sight etc 4.3 foot pounds with 8 pumps.
Stock No 4414
Calibre: 177 SMOOTHBORE
This pistol is in good working order having just had a new mainspring put in. Cocks and shoots fine, metal work is very good on one side but a bit rusty and spots of bluing loss on the other. Also there is a chunk missing from the left hand grip which is unfortunate. A nice little plinker in this condition it is no longer collectors item.
Stock No 4481
German made push in barrel pistol in very good condition, very slight browning to the metalwork nice clear lettering on the top good spring. We suspect the pellet pushing tool is a replacement it is very nicely made out of brass and finished nicely and does the job of inserting the pellet to the correct depth. Wood grips are excellent. A nice little pop out GAT type pistol.
Stock No 4476
This copy of the very famous Walther LP53 was made in Poland in 1976 and is in excellent condition retaining virtually all its original bluing just a few very light surface scuffs marks although it may have been made like this as the finish wasn’t really as good as on the Walthers. Does cock and shoot nicely though complete with its original open sights. A nice feeling and looking air pistol.
Stock No 4478
PREMIER MARK 2
This short lived version of the Premier was only made for about 5 years. This example is in very good condition retaining virtually all its original enamel type paint finish apart from a small piece of enamel finish lost at the breach block near the rear sight. Cocks and shoots fine, grips are perfect a nice quality pistol.
Stock No 4462
This most classic of Webley pistols is in excellent condition, couple of very minor spots of rust on one side and the lightest of wear on the other but mostly deep original black finish. Grips are perfect, cocks and shoots perfectly, nice tight barrel. Obviously had very little use. No wear of any sort to the pistol grips, this is a bit of a sleeper.
Stock No 4486
Webley’s finest pistol in our and other peoples opinion, in very good condition retaining virtually all its original finish apart from a couple of marks of mottling and perhaps tarnishing down the sides where it has lain over the years. Good crisp operation, nice tight barrel lock up, grips are good. A nice but not mint example.