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This break-open revolver was produced as a standard sidearm for security forces accross the world. It has no especially notable differences from others of it's type, other than being a relatively new design. It was partially based off of the British Webley.

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sgainbrachta Featured By Owner May 7, 2013
Come on out! My friend and I have something like 8 webleys between us- from .38 S&W, to .455 to .45 ACP versions!

Sadly, no "Zardoz" Webley-Fosbury auto-revolver, though...

But I DO have a semi Sten Mk. 5. Still not a Webley-Fosbury, though.
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sharp-n-pointy Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very Nicely done, the grip seems a whee bit thin, and the trigger guard a bit too beveled out, but those are just nitpickin'. Top Breaks are love, I have fired some and they are without a doubt my favorite still...
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :) I always have a little trouble determining ideal grip thickness, especially with revolvers.
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KodyYoung Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
Ha-HA! Top-break revolver for the freakin' win. Love 'em, they don't get the attention they deserve. :highfive:
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Hell yeah. Nothing like the satisfying click of closing one up. I just wish I get the chance to fire one someday... Pretty much all I've fired are lever-action winchesters, my dad's beretta, and a SAA-esque Ruger revolver.
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008
indeed! once i reach 21 i plan on buying a Webley Mark IV, they really aren't all that expensive.
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DCP1987 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2008   Writer
lol i just had my 21st bday and my dad took me up to the gun show we looked around (i had been looking for a webley for about 9 months) i found a mk4 for 400 my dad talked the guy down to 350 and it was his present to me
the particular mk4 i got was under the contract with the singapore police force the only thing that makes it diffirent from other mk4s is that its the only contract that webley put safeties on their guns
oh and although they are relatively cheap. they are extremely expensive to shoot (50 cent a bullet)
great gun and its easy to shoot
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2008
I reload ammo! So cost to shoot won't be a problem to me!

But glad that you can still find 'em cheap! Man I gotta get me one. Then I'll just need a Mauser C96 and I'll be set....
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DCP1987 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2008   Writer
yeah im buying a reload kit and a tumbler from my friend for 175
ive decided that im gonna collect top breaks now (besides my def gun which is a colt 45 1911 a-1
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2008
Yeah man. I've got about $160 invested into my setup, and it's wonderful. It'll take a while before I start saving money, but it's fun and I can load rounds to fit my needs. It's really helpful cause I shoot a lot of older guns with less common ammo, so I do save a bit of money. I don't use a tumbler though, I just polish everything by hand =p
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DCP1987 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2008   Writer
the kit im getting is a hornady and it goes for around 375
yeah the webley 38 is actually a 38 s&w which is pretty hard to find
i also have the 45 soo ill probably load for that too
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Oh? Intriguing... I may have to pick up one of my own someday.
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008
yeah i had my eye on one that was about $500 and in really really nice shape.
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Hell yeah. Nothing like the satisfying click of closing it up :D Unfortunately, I've never gotten the chance to fire one... D:
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zackboomer Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
nice gun
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks :)
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