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Help identify my air rifle

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by deansharkey5210, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. deansharkey5210

    deansharkey5210 Newbie

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    Hi I've recently purchased this air rifle. I know it's a Webley and Scott, made in Birmingham and a .22 however I'm looking for the model, so that I can do some more research into the gun. If you know the model, I would be very appreciative if you could post and tell me.

    Thanks,

    p.s I'm new on here.
     

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    stefan I am the passenger

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    welcome to the site mate , does it not say any where on the barrel what model it is ?
     
  3. 1961nuffield

    1961nuffield Honorary Member

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    It should say vulcan or hawk or similar.
     
  4. deansharkey5210

    deansharkey5210 Newbie

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    No, all I can find Is that it's a webley and scott. It looks like there may have been a piece of metal on it with something on, but its not there anymore
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    Vulcan :up:
     
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    stefan I am the passenger

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    job done
     
  7. 1961nuffield

    1961nuffield Honorary Member

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    The next trick is to stand in a more manly way when taking pictures :D
     
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    deansharkey5210 Newbie

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    Would any gun shop be able to test the power of the gun as I don't have a licence, but the seller told me it was legal for me to buy it.
     
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    1961nuffield Honorary Member

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    Anything less than 12ft/lbs is licence free, and yes a shop will test it, you can buy the equipment quite cheaply to test it yourself.

    John
     
  10. deansharkey5210

    deansharkey5210 Newbie

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    oh that's great then. hoping to start up at Bob Dunkley's, near to me. Hope its good. Thanks for al of your help!!!
     
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    Made me chuckle loudly that. Have to be careful If the wife hears me she'll stop me coming on the forum cos I'm enjoying myself:)
     
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    Can't get more manly than picture 4 :eek:
     

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