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Remembered Today:

Webley MkVI 1917


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Latest one for your perusal (NFS).

1917 dated MkVI, very tight lockup, superb bore & chambers, all matching numbers. It has the usual Sold Out Of Service marks on the frame and barrel.

Finish is very thin overall, I'm contemplating a 'gentle' rust bluing to bring back some of the colour. Photo is not the sharpest, but It has very little pitting or staining, just a light freckling on this side of the barrel flat. A couple of the screw heads will need to be cleaned up....


It spent most of its latter years wearing a Parker-Hale .22LR conversion cylinder and Morris tube (part of the deal) which probably accounts for the mint bore and cylinders, and minimal play on the action.



Edited by Joolz
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It was wearing this style of .22 conversion (stock photo). 

Webley .22 Conversion.JPG

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