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    Odd Webley and Scott Mark VI photo

    Seems to be an odd duck.


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    looks cool what cal. more pictures please

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    Paul, How long is the Cylinder?

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    Same here Mike. There's something not quite proportionate in that cylinder. Camera angle or what? Look at that compared with the skeletonised Mk6 and cylinder shown elsewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike1967 View Post
    Paul, How long is the Cylinder?
    Long enough.

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    Could we have some more information/pictures, please.

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    Looks to have had two cylinders welded together. You can see gas pits in the metal...both in the cylinder and the frame.
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    Yep on the frame they have inserted pieces in the frame, top strap & cylinder kept the logo, could have filled in the pits with liquid metal or another hard filler and that would have disguised it even more definitely a furphy builder to trick some one in the Man Cave conversations. Definitely not a shooter......

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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    Looks to have had two cylinders welded together. You can see gas pits in the metal...both in the cylinder and the frame.

    My thoughts exactly. Somebody was having a bit of fun.


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    I wonder if it's been cut up to destroy it and then someone's had a go at putting it back together. Can you imagine firing a .455 round that was that long? It may even shame the IMI desert eagle!

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