manofallseasons Posted 23 February , 2022 Share Posted 23 February , 2022 I came across a 1918 Webley Mark VI revolver when going through my dad's things. There is no rust on it but a friend told me the cylinder wiggles and the revolver would not be safe to fire as it may not line up correctly. Looking at pictures of the parts, I can only see two places that, if worn, might allow the cylinder to wiggle. One is the Extractor Cam and the other is a little 'catch' that sticks out and must hit the cam. Anyone have any ideas if I should hang the revolver on the wall, or can it be fixed? I'd love if it could be fixed but would need some ideas where to send it in the States. My dad had a nice box of bullets for it I would need to get rid of if the gun is no longer any use. Thanks for any ideas. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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