WEBLEY & SCOTT, BIRMINGHAM
A CASED .177 & .22 BARREL-COCKING AIR-RIFLE, MODEL 'WEBLEY SERVICE MKII FIRST SERIES', serial no. S520,
for 1933, with matching number 26in. interchangeable .177 & .22 blued barrels, each fitted with a ramp fore-sight, twin folding leaf rear-sights and marked below the rear-sight 'PATENT APPLIED FOR', blued barrel cradle with curved locking spring, turn bolt barrel lock, 'L' shaped peepsight to back of receiver, blued air chamber marked with the model details and five lines of patents, trigger unit (finish 'purpled') marked with the maker's name and fitted with a rotating safety catch to the right hand side, walnut chequered half pistol semi saw-backed butt-stock, horn heel-plate and no provision for fore-end, the whole retaining much apparently original finish except where noted and together with a re-fitted shotgun case, relined in green baize for this rifle and the two barrels detached, gold and black coloured reproduction Webley trade label inside lid and including two 'Weaman Street' pellet tins and contents, a later rectangular pellet tin also with contents, a valve-spout oil can with reproduction Webley label, a reproduction 'Hints on Air Rifle Shooting' by F.E. Morton, a later cleaning rod and a turnscrew, the case with leather outer skin, cross-straps and lock closure (no key)
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