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Stock No: 3381
This rare pistol I an interesting variation, the frame I made of aluminium we have
had a chance to compare it with a standard one which is a zinc casting and this one
is much lighter, initially when we bought it in we assumed it was made without a
trigger guard but now careful and close examination leads us to believe it may have
originally had one but has been carefully removed. An interesting design with a 6
shot magazine for balls which actually we have been given information measure .24
calibre. Which was number 4 buck shot in America. This has a brass cylinder which
may well have been polished off. On the end cap it reads Apache and on the outside
Pasadena 2 Calif. USA. These are a rare item. This one is in working condition. I
cant believe the balls when very far when you shot it. These were a short lived model
and extremely scarce. This variation is one we’ve never come across before.
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Beautifully made replicas of Webley boxes from yesteryear,
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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.
PREMIER mark 2
We are selling this on behalf of the original purchaser who purchased it on 7th Jan
1976 from TLC trading in Charring Cross for £24.25. We know this because the receipt
is in the box. Also in the box with instruction pamphlet and parts diagram. The pistol
itself is in excellent near new condition just with slight fading of the recessed
name label and the slightest thinning of the bluing on the barrel. The pistol shoots
nicely. This is a nice collector’s item with a known history. The box a little tatty
but is complete. The Premier mark 2 is one of the shortest lived production runs
of the Webley pistols having only been in production for about 4 years and being
replaced by the Hurricane and the Tempest.
Stock No: 3920
Year: c1920s or 30s
Calibre: .177 smoothbore
This very solid little antique pistol is in good condition retaining much of its
original nickel plating on one side but this has worn through slightly to a dull
grey finish on the other side. Good strong spring, and presumed original breach pin.
A nice little antique.
Stock No: 3906
JUNIOR tin grip
Thyis classic early webley pistol is in quite good condition retaining some original
finish but with some ares of pitting and damage to the metal and wear. The linkage
seal and spring etc are all fine, we have put it in one of our nice reproduction
boxes to make a nice collectale item.
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Calibre: .177 rifled barrel
This is a rare item, it has no rear sight and we can not obtain such a device to
fit. It does shoot.
Year: c1950s/early 60s
This rather rare and interesting pistol is in quite good condition, the metalwork
is bit thin on the bluing but there is no rust as such. The pistol is complete and
working well, original open sights fitted. Certain parts have been replaced recently
like the piston seal and piston rod to ensure the pistol works perfectly and will
go on doing so. An interesting item that was later copied by Gamo in their Falco
and Center pistols. Interestingly this version has no provision whatsoever for a
wire stock which has been seen on presumably later versions of this, we believe this
is an earlier version produced before the wire stock option was available. The only
markings on the gun are the word “foreign” on the side, there is no serial number.
We presume the barrel is rifled.
Stock No: 4021
This classic design of air pistol is in excellent condition retaining lots of its
original finish just with a slight bloom of age coming through on the metal work.
All components seem to be original and complete, the barrel lock up etc is nice and
tight. The grips are also very good with a nice clean Webley medallion, few minor
surface marks. This is a good example. Complete in a reproduction box of the period
and a reproduction box of John Bull containing a few suitable old waisted pellets.
A nice collectable item.
Stock No: 3482
This pistol has been modified slightly to make it easier to cock for use by a younger
person or female or lightly built male. The power is about 1.5 foot pounds but it
is very consistent and pleasant to shoot. In good order with some non original shim
washers around the front cocking pivot.
Stock No: 4039
This classic design of air pistol is in excellent near new condition just with some
slight surface wear and rubbing to the front end where the model number is printed.
Had very little use. This example is in its original box with factory notice about
lubrication and a Webley tin of pellets containing about 60 what look like old Wasp
type pellets. Although this is a collector’s item this actually shoots really nicely
as well and is a good fun plinking pistol. Sadly it is no longer in production.
Stock No: 4045
This nice antique pistol is in fairly good condition, the metalwork is brown and
with a rather thin finish and very slight pitting on one side of the metal work.
It is complete and fully functional with a good spring, safety catch works, the screw
heads are good. Overall an honest example of a first Webley pistol.
Stock No: 4046
Calibre: .177 smooth bore
This nice early Webley pistol is in good condition, the metalwork retaining most
of its original blacked finish. The action is nice and tight with a good barrel latch
and a good spring. The barrel has not been cut down as they sometimes are on these.
All markings are clear. We have put it in one of our superb reproduction boxes to
make a nice assembly. Also with an additional tin of Milbro hollow slugs which are
suitable for the smoothbore barrel which this pistol has.
Stock No: 4047
This very early Junior pistol is the wood grip version which was produced for a short
time before Webley changed to the much more often seen tin grip style. This example
is in quite good condition, the metal work retains some original black finish in
places but exhibits slight wear to the barrel. There is small areas of sort of graininess
we hesitate to call them pitting, but if it is pitting it is very shallow. All the
markings are clear and readable, the barrel recess may have some metal missing or
slightly deformed where the barrel pushes home. The barrel sits absolutely positively
and rigidly under the barrel catch with no lateral or vertical movement. The spring
seems to be in good condition, as is the breech seal, the grips are very nice. Overall
the pistol is one of the best examples of these we have found but we can not recall
having one for sale in the shop in the last 15 years. We have put it in a nice reproduction
box which actually shows the wood grips on the pistol depicted but which Webley used
for all their prewar Junior pistols. A nice collector’s item.
Stock No: 4063
Year: 1974 June
This is the last of the all steel bodied Premiers. It is an apoxy finish, it is very
smooth and even this example is in superb condition retaining all its original finish
and with a very good spring and locking action obviously having had very minimal
use. A real nice solid feeling pistol.