I hate part with this but I am rather tight on cash and need to renew my NRA memebership and my C&R license plus a few other things. I See in the latest (July) Flyer for Souther Ohio Gun distirbuters a WWII Brithish Webley for $450.00 and if you look at www.collectiblefirearms.com you will find a revolver just like mine but in slightly better condition going for $675.00 which makes mine a bargain you Webley collectors just can't pass up! Here I have a Webley Mk IV marked SPF 1636 with the 5" barrel and thumb safety. This is a rare varient of this collectable revolver. I am selling this with my British Web holster (not sure if this is a reproduction or orriginal) and one 12 round box of the correct .380 caliber ammo. I only ask you pay the seperate shipping cost of the ammo. If you do not want the ammo don't send me the seperate shipping amount and I will sell the ammo seperatly. This ammo is more powerfull than the .38 S&W and should not be fired in the older U.S. made topbrake pistols.The Singapore Police Force or SPF contract Mk. IV .38 revolvers were manufactured in two barrel lengths, and with, or without the integral safety on the frame (the only contract Webley Mk.IV.38 revolver manufactured with this type of safety). All matching serial numbers (stamped on the frame, barrel and cylinder ). The serial numbers are factory original, and were not restamped. The cylinder bridge displays following markings, "Webley & Scott Ltd. Birmingham". The right side of the cylinder bridge shows the following markings, "Made in England". The Webley's trade mark, "Winged Bullet over Webley" is stamped on the right side of the barrel, just in front of the cylinder. A very small import stamp is discretly tucked under the barrel. Black plastic grips with "Webley" logo on both sides. The bore has good strong rifling but thier is some minor pitting in the chambers that does not affect function or aprearance.
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