Webley Mark Iv War Finish For Sale

Mark IV serials followed on from the Mark III and there was some overlap as the lowest known Mark IV is 77503. 00, or US$9313,90), excluding VAT. 38 S&W 200s, and saw heavy use during World War II. Comparison cal. This smaller calibre Webley entered production after the First World War, based on the Webley Mk VI Service revolver. The Austrailian uses photos and is different still. Webley & Scott Mk IV. Air service rifle MKII. Be careful when looking to buy one of these. A BRITISH MILITARY WW2 HANDGUN WITH OPENING ACTION. Get the best deals on Gun Parts for Webley when you shop the largest online selection at eBay. In 98% mint crisp condition, we have a mint new Early Scarce 1943 production British WW2 Army Accepted Webley and Scott Mark IV. 38-200 Mk IV no idea about the. Webley mark IV. 38/200 aka. Classified listings from verified gun dealers. We believe that some Mark IV versions came with shorter barrels and in those cases the bayonet will not fit. 455 MARK IV REVOLVER, No. The Mk IV was offered from 1899 and onwards and was known as the "Boer War" model using higher quality materials in its construction. The Webley Military Mark IV Revolver has been one of the most famous military revolver of World War 2. 38 - NOT FOR SALE. The metal surfaces of this "War Finish" revolver have mostly toned to a dark blue-gray patina showing remnants of arsenal blue in the protected areas and the typical rough machine marks of wartime produced guns. 22 by Parker-Hale for the Royal Artillery. Really nice cosmetic condition with intact grips, lanyard loop, matching numbers, and a good bore. 38 SAA Ball and were close in appearance to their Enfield cousins, though. Mechanically excellent with excellent bright bore. Traditionally, until the early 1880s, revolvers had been the preserve of officers who provided their own privately purchased. The standard-issue Webley revolver at the outbreak of the First World War was the Webley Mk V (adopted 9 December 1913), but there were considerably more Mk IV revolvers in service in 1914, as the initial order for 20,000 Mk V revolvers had not been completed when hostilities began. 455 Webley Mk I IV VI Dark. Mark IV serials followed on from the Mark III and there was some overlap as the lowest known Mark IV is 77503. I was told it a boar war era gun that could have been used in the war. **Webley & Scott Mark IV. The initial order ws for 10,000 guns as the Webley Self-Extracting Revolver (as it was officially named) had performed well at trials. The Webley Revolver was a featured Gun in the "Indiana Jones" Movies. Webley & Scott Mk. by Webley & Sons in circa 1890 with 4" barrel and upgraded Mark V cylinder and barrel assembly to handle modern smokeless loads. 38 /200 revolver Manufactured in 1943 and marked "War Finish". The gun has 90 percent finish really nice and tight. 455 revolver. The Boer War lasted from 1899 to 1902. 455 cartridge, it was updated in 1932 to fire. British Webley. This is a semi-rimmed cartridge for the Webley & Scott Self Loading pistols. 32 bore revolver (copy of webley b series) long barell in april 2011. 38 revolver known as the Mk IV (WWII service pistol) is not directly related to the. Perhaps best known as a manufacturer of handguns, the Webley name's association with firearms extends to the early 19th century. 38/200, adopted after World War I when Britain’s military was smaller and poorer than ever. 38 revolver (War Finish) fully developed Mark IV form, with large frame, large grips, hammer with bro thumb-piece, and larger stirrup. If you know what this is and need it it is. 38 S&W Revolver made during WWII, marked "War Finish" with British Military Broad Arrow stamp. This model was introduced on 21st July 1899 and approved 5th October 1899. What is the value of a 38 caliber Webley revolver war finish serial 86255 in mint condition? According to the "Blue Book of Gun Values", a Webley mark IV. 38 Special, the original caliber. During World War II over 570,000 of these pistols were supplied to the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa under the Lend-Lease program, chambered in the British. Collecting Webley Revolvers: The Webley revolver is recognised in some quarters as an emblem of the British Empire, in the realm of service handguns at least. 38/200 caliber already in use in the Enfield No 2 Mk I Revolver and the Webley Mk IV Revolver. 450 Webley MK IV Service Revolver. Webley’s other less-successful weapon was one of the longer served. 38 S&W and not to be confused with the 4-inch barrel length Mark IV Service Model chambered in. One of them is marked "War Finish". This is an all metal construction museum grade replica, unlike some of the cheaper solid resin copies being offered by other sellers. Price $1,911. First offered with chambering for a. Metal finish turned into grey patina. 2 Mk 1, could not be manufactured fast enough when the Second World War got underway, so additional pistols were purchased from commercial. 38 War Finish Serial No. Serial Number 105641 Manufactured by Webley & Scott RSAF Enfield for the British Military this Mark IV War Finish double action revolver is a nice example of British WWII handgun. Also, Norinco of China has manufactured the NP50, which is a copy of the Smith & Wesson Model 64, since 2000. Classified listings from verified gun dealers. Externally almost identical to the Enfield No 2 Mk I revolver, which was copied from the Webley design. Traditionally, until the early 1880s, revolvers had been the preserve of officers who provided their own privately purchased. Webley Military police. The British government contracted for all the Mk. Thanks to gunmaker Charles Pryse, Webley produced the world's first top-break revolver with automatic extraction. It was designed to be cheaper to make and easier to shoot for untrained conscripts. IV) to the British Army only when Enfield stocks were not sufficient to meet the wartime demand - these also chambered in. The British started the war with a small but professional army. 38 calibre, 6 round metal replica revolver features a working tip action and will open to load as the original. C/W Lanyard. Webley MkVI. 2 Production With Holster; Webley Mark VI 455 Webley 1917 Dated Converted to 45 A. This piece shows a bright excellent bore. 2 Production; Colt Single Action Army 357 Magnum In The Stage Coach Box; Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Military W. 455 Webley Mark VI was the last of the large frame, big bore Webley revolvers. The webley mk4 was developed in 1923 and used extensively during WW2 by British troops and various allied nations. warreplica WW1 British. 38 S&W 200s, amd saw heavy use during World War II. The Webley Mark V. The Anderson Wheeler "Mark VII" Revolver is a seven-shot top-break revolver, chambered for. Webley not included in sale. 38 caliber, 5-inch octagonal barrel with fixed front and rear sights. This smaller calibre Webley entered production after the First World War, based on the Webley Mk VI Service revolver. 2 Production With Holster; Webley Mark VI 455 Webley 1917 Dated Converted to 45 A. Thanks to gunmaker Charles Pryse, Webley produced the world's first top-break revolver with automatic extraction. Part of a small collection of Webley commercial revolvers. 38 revolver known as the Mk IV (WWII service pistol) is not directly related to the. Webley mark IV. 1945→1949 Jaguar Mark IV Mark IV was the unofficial name for the post-war 2½-Litre and 3½-Litre Jaguars. 2 was also used by the armed forces. I have a Webley i'm looking at and its a war finish mark IV. Thumb-activated barrel latch. Bottom of gripped with "V". The Mk V was an improved design appearing in 1913 and included support for smokeless cartridge ammunition. Contained in 1937 dated canvas holster. Excellent sharp grips. I was told it a boar war era gun that could have been used in the war. 38 in 100% condition is worth $450, in 95. Traditionally, until the early 1880s, revolvers had been the preserve of officers who provided their own privately purchased. As a result, both the Webley Mk IV in. revolver that was originally. 38/200, adopted after World War I when Britain’s military was smaller and poorer than ever. The muzzle is plugged, and an additional port is on the underside of the barrel, presumable for the flash. Colt Handgun - Government MK IV Series Colt Handgun - Pre War. I will comply with all Federal and State Laws. 177 Webley Model: Mark 1 Calibre:. The obvious solution was to spell it out, and. 38 S&W, is part of the auction: HUGE FIREARM & KNIFE COLLECTION. To improve accuracy on the Government Model, Colt eventually modified the barrel bushing, and the new pistol was deemed the Colt Government Model Mark IV Series 70. The gun has 90 percent finish really nice and tight. Mk 4 revolver, designed by Webley, UK 1923 (World War II). Left side of the frame. 455-caliber Webley revolvers. As a consequence around 126,000 Webley Mk IV. Blue finish with checkered hard rubber bird's head grips. Browse all new and used Webley Revolvers for sale and buy with The grips are very good and the finish has turned Webley Mark IV. 380" Calibre Revolver. before the start of World War I. Webley MK IV. Approximately 380,000 Enfield No. The Webley & Scott Invoice Ledger Pages. The Webley-Pryse No. I have a Webley i'm looking at and its a war finish mark IV. well my LGS just txt'd me saying they have a as said in title Webley Mk IV "War Finish". This is a neat cut-away revolver that has retained 97-98% of an armory reapplied blue finish with areas of silvering on the hi. Webley MK 2 45 ACP Description: This is a Webley MK 2 D. Cylinder never been cut It was made in 1894 so what i understand it is still a black powder round. Mark I air pistol. Webley Army WG. 1* was a spurless hammer, double action only version introduced in 1938. A later version, the Mk IV, rose to prominence during the Boer War of 1899 - 1902. The British started the war with a small but professional army. “MARK VII” REVOLVER TOP BREAK. 380 Calibre Service Revolver With 3" Barrel. SN 137023 is an excellent example of a WW2 Webley MK 4,. 38 S&W) with 4" barrel, manufactured by Webley & Scott in 1952-54 (Hong Kong police contract with added cross-bolt safety). 38 Double Action Revolver, C&R OK. Condition: Good. Toggle navigation. While it’s finish may be worn down, it’s soaked in history. TK remains a HUGE supporter of the rim-fire sporting community, and their owners Jake & Bryan are always excited to talk about what’s coming next. It replaced the Webley Mk IV known as the "Boer War Model" that had been in service for the previous 14 years. 358 158 gr LSWC. Collectible Antique Handguns (pre-1899) 17864 FRENCH/BELGIAN FLINTLOCK MILITARY PISTOL CIRCA 1800-1830 - This has the Belgian ELG in oval proof mark on the. Webley & Scott Mark IV Revolver Mfg 1943 on 6/11/14. 38 revolver (War Finish). Colt Handgun - Government MK IV Series Colt Handgun - Pre War. 177 pre war Only made from 1935-39 Inspection mark is O and serial number is 64761. ley Military Mark IV was issued to supplement t r r r o its commercial-finish guns, and wanted it under-s CLASSIC HANDGUNS: British EEnfield/Webley. no c&r ffl's !!!!! warning:. this revolver is old and used. However, the Mk VI, introduced in 1915 during the First World War, is perhaps the best-known model. The Guns of Indiana Jones. The Anderson Wheeler Mark VII is the first revolver to be made in the United Kingdom ever since the year 1983, and will be tentatively made available at a starting price of £6,500. Webley & Scott Mark IV revolver, top break,. warreplica WW1 British. Collecting Webley Revolvers: The Webley revolver is recognised in some quarters as an emblem of the British Empire, in the realm of service handguns at least. Condition is very good showing light holster & handling wear and minor nicks from service. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia. This Webley Scott Mark IV is a double-action six-shot revolver chambered in 38 SW. The one in the photo on my post was dated 1923, and it is shaved for. Cylinder never been cut It was made in 1894 so what i understand it is still a black powder round. Webley mark IV. Some examples will be marked “WAR FINISH”, as Webley didn’t have enough time to perfectly finish. The Mark IV is chambered in the. 455 Webley Mk I IV VI Dark. A later version, the Mk IV, rose to prominence during the Boer War of 1899 - 1902. This piece shows the Australian D broad arrow markings. Some examples will be marked "WAR FINISH", as Webley didn't have enough time to perfectly finish. 38 SW Mark IV War Finish revolver. Does not fit Mark IV or Mark VI. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia. Product Enquiry;. Webley Mk IV Type Revolver A Copy Of A 4" Barrel Webley Mark IV. The cylinder was enlarged in diameter and was designed for Cordite powder. Service model. Hence Price £POA. I will comply with all Federal and State Laws. DEALS OF THE WEEK REBATES ON SALE. 38 S&W Mark VI is fine if you are a WWII collector. With several import marks and broad arrow markings throughout. 455 New Service revolver, No. The revolver had been introduced in December 1913 and replaced the Webley Mk IV that had been in service for the previous 14 years and had been widely-used, although not exclusively, during the Boer War. 38 Mark IV Revolver ( war finish ) please contact me. 38 S&W Many of us, when we think of Webley revolvers, think of this iconic movie image, of Michael Caine and Stanley Baker playing Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead and Lieutenant John Chard in the 1964 movie Zulu , firing away with their Webley Mark VI in. Marked on the left side top strap, MARK IV as well as British proofs. British proofs. 38 SAA Ball and were close in appearance to their Enfield cousins, though. Left side of frame marked "MARK IV. Webley MARK VI In 455 As I was leaving I noticed a few vehicles parked out side the local Pawn & Gun shop that was just down the street. Get the best deals on Gun Parts for Webley when you shop the largest online selection at eBay. Webley & Enfield revolvers with accessories (image heavy) This forum is a Moderator choice forum for moving posts that exibit particularly outstanding contributions of information about firearms. 177 Rifled Barrel 2. I was rather happy to pick up this little all-matching gem. The British and Canadian share some illustrations but are different. Description: Serial #435595,. 75-inch barrels. Webley Military police. Pretty cool revolver, I've been looking into the history of the gun. 38 caliber, 4" barrel, S/N A76250. 177, CO2 pellet revolver licensed by Webley that is a 1 to 1 scale reproduction of its British brother. The British started the war with a small but professional army. Toggle navigation. I was rather happy to pick up this little all-matching gem. Not sure what Webley this goes to. Original war finish rates at about 90% with thinning of the grip frame, and standard edge wear from holstering and use. My question is, how can I go about finding out the history of the gun, or the value?. 38/200 REVOLVER. The Invoice Ledger Books date from 1901 to 1932 and record factory sales of all items the company dealt in day by day. 38 caliber, six round cylinder, 5" barrel, bakelite checkered grips with Webley logo, lanyard ring, marked "War Finish" at left frame (for military use), brown leather holster marked MP4, SN 152XXX *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER Start Price: $150. 38 calibre Webley MkIV. Later they would also take interests in other companies as well. The Boer War lasted from 1899 to 1902. The Webley went through numerous different marks during its long production run. Here is a photo of my Mark IV and Mark VI to show the size relation between the smaller. Has a bit of pitting on the cylinder, otherwise very nice condition. Webley Military police. While it’s finish may be worn down, it’s soaked in history. 455 webley mk i iv vi dark. Revolver exhibits approximately 85% of it's blued refinish showing some wear and scattered light surface. It saw action in both WWI and also WWII, and Korea. The Webley Mark V. In 98% mint crisp condition, we have a mint new Early Scarce 1943 production British WW2 Army Accepted Webley and Scott Mark IV. 2 Lend Lease To England. Good condition chequered grips. 38, with the right side marked Made in England. Looking for the value for a Webley. VI-Revolver hatten einen abkippbaren Lauf, an dem hinten die Trommel angebracht war (engl. Includes Webley Screw Set Installed. 455 cartridge was introduced in 1914. Four Vickers HMG teams, four 3″ Stokes trench mortar teams, two OQF 18pdr Field guns, one Mark V male or female tank, one Mark IV male or female tank, one Mark A Whippet tank and one Sniper Team. Original cylinder is not modified (not "shaved" to accept. Wondering what the value of this Webley. The gun has pearl grips, original war finish, sn# on every part, and is in immaculate shape. Original war finish rates at about 90% with thinning of the grip frame, and standard edge wear from holstering and use. 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. So that'd be (when did England get in it? Hitler invaded Poland in September of '39) about '40 to '45. Really nice cosmetic condition with intact grips, lanyard loop, matching numbers, and a good bore. Webley & Scott MK IV, 38cal S&W with a 5" barrel. 1959 Mark IX Saloon For Sale ( Note Pics May take awhile to load, but will be worth the wait ) You can click on the thumbnails to the left for a larger pic. The demand was so great that Webley had not the time to finish the revolver properly, and frankly they were embarrassed by the fact they had to leave grind and tool marks on the gun. Right side of frame with broad arrow acceptance mark rear of cylinder. Guns for Sale - British WWII Webley MK IV -- 'War Finish'. Metal finish turned into grey patina. In desperation they bought Webley revolvers, but did not formally adopt them until after the war. Butt marked TZ145. 2 Production With Holster; Webley Mark VI 455 Webley 1917 Dated Converted to 45 A. Webley Mark IV. Checkered hard rubber grips. 38/200, adopted after World War I when Britain’s military was smaller and poorer than ever. This is a nice example of a Webley in pretty good condition. "MARK VII" REVOLVER TOP BREAK. The Mark III was introduced in October 1897 and started with a new range of serial numbers. The Webley & Scott Mk IV revolver is a War time model, immediately recognizable from the marking “War Finish” But what happened before that? Semi-automatic pistols appeared relatively late in the history of firearms. 1* was a spurless hammer, double action only version introduced in 1938. Blued finish. The mechanism of the drum is specifically blocked. Barrels are nicely blued and are chambered for the. Webley Mark IV 38-200 Revolver W. Matching numbers. Below is a good contact if you are looking for any spare. It's is about as nice a WAR FINISH British issue MkIV as you are likely to see with a strongly struck broad arrow, uncracked grips and no real wear or abuse apart from some of the screw heads being a little deformed long ago. SOLD For sale is a nice looking Webley & Scott MK IV made around 1944. WEBLEY & SCOTT, LTD. World War II, or the Second World War, was a global conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945. Material/Finish. no c&r ffl's !!!!! warning:. Thumb-activated barrel latch. Serial number not visible. , Birmingham, for the Hong Kong police. Service model. THIS CAME OFF A WEBLEY MK 2 SERVICE AIR RIFLE WE the pistol is complete and works very good, the whole is in a used condition, see the pictures for a personal find. 45 ACP ammo. 2012 Webley Mark VI Revolver Gun Exploded View Part 2 Page Print Article 1970 Webley Mark IV Revolver Gun Exploded View Parts Legend 2. Solid rib with rounded front blade sight and a serrated hammer spur and barrel catch spur. Some Mark IV cylinders were fitted to Mark I, II and II revolvers to improve strength 5. Wanted Webley war finish. I used to have a Webley Mk IV and reloaded for it. I thought it was a Enfield ring (yeah there's a difference) but it was a Webley. The Webley was issued not only to British troops, but also to officers from Empire countries. 38 version - was prominent around the late 1890s/early 1900s, and. 38 revolver known as the Mk IV (WWII service pistol) is not directly related to the. Left of barrel marked Webley Conversion, with the top marked Mark IV 38 near the break. The front sight shows modification, excellent grips and lanyard ring. II Tommy which remained in use throughout all of WWII and long after, and the Mk. The events of 1914 resulted in further modifications, including a more conventional squared grip, and the new model, officially introduced in 1915, was designated the Mark VI. Webley Mark IV info on Markings and Value? but I think the. I - Automatic pistol in. Made from blue/black metal and plastic grips. Later they would also take interests in other companies as well. The Webley Military Mark IV Revolver has been one of the most famous military revolver of World War 2. We believe that some Mark IV versions came with shorter barrels and in those cases the bayonet will not fit. Serial number on this item is 492XX, which should indicate manufacture in roughly 1941. com ID CC-974404). SOLD For sale is a nice looking Webley & Scott MK IV made around 1944. RSAF Enfield proved unable to manufacture enough No. it has some wear and small pitting. As such the MkIV has become synonymous with the war, becoming known as ‘the Boer War Model’. for more info call 1-918-456-0853 ask for colt. Webley Mark IV. Still not as powerful as the. While this pistol is the same size, weight and appearance of the original. Colt Mark IV Series 80 Mustang Semi-Automatic Pistol. With broad arrow markings throughout. This piece shows the Australian D broad arrow markings. Webley & Scott Research. USA __ Airguns Home __ Products __ Air Webley Alecto. The Webley Mk I service revolver was adopted in 1887. With "The Webley Story" by, Dowell. safe loads in. It came with an army holster and half a box of. 450 Adams cartridge. Traditionally, until the early 1880s, revolvers had been the preserve of officers who provided their own privately purchased. well my LGS just txt'd me saying they have a as said in title Webley Mk IV "War Finish". With the slightly weathered, Battlefield Finish this revolvers realism is almost off the charts. warreplica WW1 British. Search, buy and sell Air Guns on GunStar today!. The mechanism of the drum is specifically blocked. Blued finish. This had the exact same bullet profile as the Mark IV but used a harder lead alloy. Everything works as it should. 38 revolver (War Finish) fully developed Mark IV form, with large frame, large grips, hammer with bro thumb-piece, and larger stirrup. Scott as an associate and stockholder in their company. before the start of World War I. The early version of the cartridge (c. 455 Webley Mk I IV VI Dark. Good/Nice looking bore. 38 Revolver - Repro Boer War Webley Brown Leather Open Top Revolver Holster learned model of the. 38 S&W; War Finish; Condition: The condition of this British manufactured World War II Era Revolver is Very Good to Fine with a minimal amount of wear. 38 in 100% condition is worth $450, in 95. 38 S&W Many of us, when we think of Webley revolvers, think of this iconic movie image, of Michael Caine and Stanley Baker playing Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead and Lieutenant John Chard in the 1964 movie Zulu , firing away with their Webley Mark VI in. Comes with a very nice but unmarked holster that appears period original. 38/200 lead bullet was replaced by a nickel-jacketed bullet with an average velocity of 600 fps. It has some unusual cut outs on this inside. 380" Calibre Revolver. 45 ACP with a moon clip. 455 (some uncommonly in. Closer in appearance to the. IV's were used alongside the Enfields.