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My Webley .32 mark IV revolver

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Webley revolvers were not, well, the handsomest of handguns, bless their hearts. Not wishing to hurt your feelings, but, the photo speaks for itself.

But they were some of the ruggedest guns ever made, and very well made. Yours is somewhat of a rarity in .32 caliber, most being .455 or .380 Revolver.

What is the finish on your gun, looks like it might be nickel?

Nice gun from the photo, and thanks for sharing.

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Webley revolvers were not, well, the handsomest of handguns, bless their hearts. Not wishing to hurt your feelings, but, the photo speaks for itself.

But they were some of the ruggedest guns ever made, and very well made. Yours is somewhat of a rarity in .32 caliber, most being .455 or .380 Revolver.

What is the finish on your gun, looks like it might be nickel?

Nice gun from the photo, and thanks for sharing.

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Hi it's a all steel gun but I have done the bluish black polish
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But they were some of the ruggedest guns ever made, and very well made.
Yours is somewhat of a rarity in .32 caliber, most being .455 or .380 Revolver.

What is the finish on your gun, looks like it might be nickel?

Nice gun from the photo, and thanks for sharing.

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