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PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2007 1:07 am 
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lol, i didnt realise until i got my enfield out the drawer and started to compare the hammers, so your not alone :lol:

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The Webley & Enfield revolvers were visually the same - this was highlighted elsewhere on the forum (last year sometime).

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theyre almost the same, just look at the trigger guard, grips and the ledge at the rear of the gun for distinguishing features.

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Just recieved one of the replicas from Karl, he`s made a great job of it.



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Just received the word mine are on the way, cant wait!


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just received them KarlUK and well......... They Bloomin' Rock! for those of you intrested in getting on of these or just thinking about it then go for it... for £35 guys its a bargain so go for it they definatly are great holster fillers but dont think that means they're just good for that, these are awesome display peices too! so go for it!


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Cheers Airborne_Commando I am really pleased you like them.

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My Pleasure KarlUK, its a fab peice, Have a pistol or two in a group collectionsuch as S&W victory, Colt .45, PPK, and Luger. I'm sure we'd be willing to lend you if you'd like to attempt a mold or two, just let me know, Lol, also have a Bren if you want to be extreme :D


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Took the pistols out for a trial run today and they look the Cats bananas! mate took some photos down on the Severn Valley railway and you cant tell the difference, even look good in sepia pics too, if i can, I'll post some for you guys to see


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KarlUK I would be honored to have your resin .38 webley as part of my capt.Jack (Doctor Who/ Torchwood) Cosplay Outfit. I've sent a pm and it's got my direct Email as well.
Thank you so very much.


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Pmed if your still offering this :)

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Hi Karl,............slight subject change here,.........me being a lazy g*t and not looking for correct thread,...... :) but any news on Bren Barrels you were looking to produce ??

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i would like one of these, do you sell the webley green too ? u will PM you for more details

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