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Thread: Webley Disease....Highly contagious

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    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post

    Im off now to.....smear dog muck on braille signs.
    Am I alone in finding the above remark offensive - or have I missed some sort of "in" joke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nige346 View Post
    So a MK1 Premier started it, purchased on a whim 2 weeks ago, Today I came across a nice MK1, All original, good grips and shooting lovely in .177....It would have been rude not to

    Whats considered the Target model?, I can find little that shows this as a different pistol and when I try to look up MK1 Target it comes up with the MK1 as I got today, I've also gained a couple of nice pellet tins with the pistols, one a Webley and the other a Lanes along with an oil bottle so I'm thinking the correct thing to do is get a couple of boxes, I have some Burgundy Baize and some nice period brass clasps and hinges so fitted cases it is....This is a whole new hobby
    What type of oil bottle ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR View Post
    Am I alone in finding the above remark offensive - or have I missed some sort of "in" joke?
    It was following a comment earlier in the thread which was a very off the cuff remark as in a "rather do that than collect Webley's" response, IJ would have meant no offence what so ever to anyone (other than possibly Webley pistol collectors)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubledshooter View Post
    What type of oil bottle ?




    Not a Webley one, Its a small metal bottle with a screw cap that has a dropper pin fixed in it and a small spout on the bottle, Can see any markings on the bottle but it's a nice item
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR View Post
    Am I alone in finding the above remark offensive - or have I missed some sort of "in" joke?
    Removed. Sorry if I cause any offence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nige346 View Post
    It was following a comment earlier in the thread which was a very off the cuff remark as in a "rather do that than collect Webley's" response, IJ would have meant no offence what so ever to anyone (other than possibly Webley pistol collectors)
    Nail on the heed. I would hate to offend anyone on here except, of course, Wobbly pistol (and Relum Tornado ) owners. They are fair game.
    Consider it fishing without getting cold and wet. Some bite - some dont. Its all in fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post
    Nail on the heed. I would hate to offend anyone on here except, of course, Wobbly pistol (and Relum Tornado ) owners. They are fair game.
    Consider it fishing without getting cold and wet. Some bite - some dont. Its all in fun.
    OK I now (sort of) get it and I thank you for explaining.

    In response to your explanation :-

    It's just that I know blind people and so (I hope) you can see that the idea that they get shit on their hands is not, per se, hilarious although I can now accept that you were making an extreme point with regard to your opinion of Webleys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post


    2. 'They are accurate' Compared to a Gat - yes.
    Or a Steyr?

    http://www.airgunbbs.com/showthread....ht=steyr+shock
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    Isn't it about time we Webley fans started slagging off Kraut crap, or are we too well mannered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubledshooter View Post
    Isn't it about time we Webley fans started slagging off Kraut crap, or are we too well mannered.
    mmmm, problem is I also have lot's of that too
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggggr View Post
    Tis true but I was shooting against Paul 'Hippo' Wray who many acknowledge as not being of the human species.

    I think Im right in stating that the Wobbly used on this occasions has been in bits for the past year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubledshooter View Post
    Isn't it about time we Webley fans started slagging off Kraut crap, or are we too well mannered.
    Agreed. Lets start with the horrible FWB65/80s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post
    Agreed. Lets start with the horrible FWB65/80s.
    You can't just drop that in with no explanation other than "horrible"!

    Is it that you don't like things that have long production runs, like Webley pistols and FWB springers?
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