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    Weblet Mk.111

    I have an offer to buy a Webley Mk.111 in .38 S&W. Firearm is marked "Hortan/William. What would be a fair market value? Thanks in advance for any information.

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    A Weblet? Sounds indeed like a baby Webley. Seriously, we need photos for evaluation. Is Hortan/William scratched, electro-stencilled, stamped or engraved? All markings are relevant for evaluation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Chadwick View Post
    A Weblet? Sounds indeed like a baby Webley. Seriously, we need photos for evaluation. Is Hortan/William scratched, electro-stencilled, stamped or engraved? All markings are relevant for evaluation.
    Name is stamped. Unfortunetly I can't purchase it as it is is classed "prohibited".

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    So the seller are they a dealer! are your local laws that strict there is always a way to get stuff sometimes you have to join clubs and shoot a few times a year to keep currency not a real biggy.


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