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Something British but a bit different

Article about: Here's a Webley and Scott Self Loader, chambered (marked) in 7.65 MM and .32 Auto. This is a "between the wars" gun; built around March 1920 with many parts used were Pre-WWI. W&am

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    Here's a Webley and Scott Self Loader, chambered (marked) in 7.65 MM and .32 Auto. This is a "between the wars" gun; built around March 1920 with many parts used were Pre-WWI. W&S made a model specifically for the London Metropolitan Police; what sets my gun apart from other commercial versions - is the slide. According to sources familiar with the gun it is an unmarked Metro Police slide - the slide has an actual rear sight something the commercial Model 1907s didn't come with. It is also nickeled and unknown (but unlikely) if it was a factory nickel job. It is marked in both 7.65MM and .32 Auto because at the time there was a slight different in the size of the two rounds.




    Last edited by cwo4uscgret; 07-01-2015 at 04:42 AM.

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    no queen amongst guns a ugly sister.like it.

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