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  1. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    Hello! I am in the process of restocking my British grandfather's WW1 Army & Navy Co-Operative case that included the Webley Mark VI and its accessories. I've been fortunate to have located a 1915 Webley Mark VI and .455 rounds for it. I am looking for the cleaning tools: Screwdriver and...
  2. Military Handgun Forum
    I recently got into revolvers, and acquired these two Webleys. The one is, from what I can tell, a fairly standard Mk VI from 1918. If you have any details about the serial number and where it might have been, Id love to know! The serial is 347549. I was able to acquire this pistol with a box of...
  3. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    Good Morning All. I recently acquired another Mk VI. It has all the usual date, proof and inspection markings as well as the Broad Arrow in the usual places. However, It also has the following marking: 1 258 I can not find any unit marking however to indicate what unit's rack number it...
  4. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    Hey, folks. Picked this up awhile back and looking to gauge value. Seems a bit beat up, but fully functional. All parts move/work. Grips are original wood, one minor chip on right side. front sight brass blade intact several numbers/engravings: Mid frame in front of cylinder: 455/476 under...
  5. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    Howdy folks! I could use some help here. Picked this revolver up today from my LGS. Looks to be a late WWII Commercial Webley IV, but I'm not an expert on these things by any means, and the markings dont tell me much. They dont say Webley or Enfield anywhere. Any british revolver experts...
  6. Military Handgun Forum
    Howdy folks! I could use some help here. Picked this revolver up today from my LGS. Looks to be a late WWII Commercial Webley IV, but I'm not an expert on these things by any means, and the markings dont tell me much. They dont say Webley or Enfield anywhere. Any british revolver experts...
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