01-24-2008, 06:05 PM
For persons interested in Webley and Scott Automatic Pistols there is an excellent reference book on this subject entitled "Webley and Scott Auto Pistols. Unlike the other well know book "World Wide Webley" which covers all firearms produced by Webley over the years "Auto Pistols" deals strictly with semi pistols . It starts with the early Webley Fosberry Auto revolver and then proceeds to cover all variants of pistols from the model 1903 to the Harrington and Richardson clone models. Written by Bruce Gordon it also includes the bio of William John Whiting the main driving force behind the developement of semi auto pistols by the Webley company. I recommend this book highly to anyone interested in this fine British handguns and it also makes an excellent companion book to the afore mentioned "World Wide Webley".