Who made the British Bulldog revolver?
Philip Webley & Son
The British Bull Dog was a popular type of solid-frame pocket revolver introduced by Philip Webley & Son of Birmingham, England, in 1872, and subsequently copied by gunmakers in continental Europe and the United States. It featured a 2.5-inch (64 mm) barrel and was chambered for . 442 Webley or .
How much is a Webley Mark IV worth?
What is a WEBLEY SCOTT MARK IV WAR pistol Worth? A WEBLEY SCOTT MARK IV WAR pistol is currently worth an average price of $741.31 used .
Do you need serial number for Webley revolver?
Because of this complex numbers of guns it is difficult to date revolvers, as the production records are no longer in our possession. To date a gun they will need the serial number. Webley are unable to give valuations. For further information we suggest the book Webley Revolvers by Gordon Bruce and Christian Reinhart
What was batch number on Webley and Scott air pistol?
Later Pistols were the marked with usually a threedigit batch number. This was to identify parts that were fitted to specific guns has they were processed round the factory. No Air Pistols were produced 1940-1945. Guns with BIRMINGHAM 4 on the side of the cylinder were made up to 1958 after which the 4 was Removed.
When was the last Webley air pistol made?
No Air Pistols were produced 1940-1945. Guns with BIRMINGHAM 4 on the side of the cylinder were made up to 1958 after which the 4 was Removed. Below are some approximate production dates that will help you date your Webley Air Pistol.
How big is the barrel of a British Bull Dog revolver?
It featured a 2.5-inch (64 mm) barrel and was chambered for .442 Webley or .450 Adams cartridges, with a five-round cylinder. Webley produced smaller scaled .320 Revolver and .380 calibre versions later, but did not mark them with the British Bull Dog name.