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Thread: Webley and scott junior .177

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    Webley and scott junior .177

    Another of my inherited air guns which sadly aernt for me

    Selling this w and s Junior .177 Bakelite grips, Birmingham 4 on the side

    Condition as per pics 120 ono posted

    Cheers

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    So 120 too much ??

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    Webley

    The condition it's in, sorry to say but yes a little over priced. Mach 1.5

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    Maybe start a valuation thread for it.

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    micky2 is offline The collector formerly known as micky
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    I sold a boxed one last year in excellent condition for 125 if that helps put a value on it.

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    Early series 2 that appears to have been painted

    Looks like 60-70 + post to me

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    Im told some early ones were painted ??

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    Price reduced

    95 posted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackmatt View Post
    Im told some early ones were painted ??

    It's quite a common variation made between about 1946 and 1951. Never seen or heard of a painted one from that era.

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    ccdjg is offline Airgun Alchemist, Collector and Scribe
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    As WebleyWombler says, it dates from about 1946-1951, the clues being the grip extension towards the trigger, and the fixed rear sight. These pistols were all blued, and Webley did not introduce their Suncorite epoxy enamel coating until 1973, so it must have been painted at some stage. The extended grip makes it a bit rarer than most post-war Juniors, and could add a little bit to the valuations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebleyWombler View Post
    Early series 2 that appears to have been painted

    Looks like 60-70 + post to me
    That's my opinion too.

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