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This prewar tin grip Webley Junior is complete all original components it is in fair
condition the metal work having gone mat and slightly grainy overall also more wear
to the barrel where it is held and cocked.
Stock No: 3918
Webley Senior is complete and good working order although the spring is a little
bit worn making it easier to cock but the pistol does shoot fine. One side of the
pistol shows its lovely original deep glossy smooth black shiny finish the other
has suffered a bit of wear and even a bit of pitting on the high point where it has
clearly laid for some years on a damp surface. Probably moist cardboard. The grips
are perfect the barrel lock up is fine, original sights are there. These really are
a nice quality pistol. Its just one side small area which lets this down from being
an excellent example. Some light scratches overall to the finish but mostly good.
COMMISSION SALE VT70
This rarely seen Relum or FEG product is in fair condition, the metalwork a bit brown
and grainy. It is complete and working. This is known as an Artex although we think
Artex may be the exporting company that dealt in Hungarian made products. The only
markings on the pistol are “made in Hungary”. The front sight is a standard late
Relum sight, the rearsight is a very innovative and neat little device which uses
a pivot to provide elevation and little locking screws to provide windage adjustment.
The pistol shoots, the grip is complete although a little marked. An interesting,
rarely seen Hungarian product from the Relum stable.
This excellent early (Ish) model of the unusual design Diana mark 4 is in very good
condition retaining most of its original bluing and the stock is also in good condition.
This has the first type of flat metal rear sight. These are an interesting and unusual
design. Shoots well, date clearly stamped in to the underside of the butt
Stock No PTB12
MARK IV (4)
Stock No 4202
Copy of LP53
This Polish made copy of the very famous Walther LP53 is in very good condition with
some light thinning to the bluing on the breach block. Seams to be original sights
that are fitted, cocks and shoots perfectly. It is marked "1975" so we presume it
was made in that year! Quite a nice quality pistol that feels good to hold.
Stock No 4218
These always prove to be a very accurate pistol. They are a single stroke pneumatic.
This example shoots consistently at 1.4 foot pounds which is perfectly adequate for
10 metre paper target shooting or general plinking. This example is in fair condition,
the left hand grip having been replaced with a wooden grip therefore making the pistol
ambidextrous instead of the standard right hand grip that would have been fitted.
A good entry level target pistol, easy to cock and nice and quiet.