Webley Pellets

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Appinpar68
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Webley Pellets

Post by Appinpar68 » Sun Jun 22, 2014 4:23 pm

As well as collecting Webley Pistols I aso collect webley pellets.
Here is my Webley collection

Graeme

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Re: Webley Pellets

Post by Certus » Mon Jun 23, 2014 10:55 am

Hi Graeme,

A nice collection of Webley pellet tins.

I also collect Webley accessories, pellet tins, oil cans etc, but limit myself to tins and cans appropriate for my pistol collection which ended with the Tempest. I'm not a great fan of the alloy framed pistols, but do have a couple of Mk2 Juniors and Tempests. The hardest tins to source were the pre-war rectangular versions and the eary post-war round tins. The oil cans were particularly hard to find, with the pre-war 'Valvespout' version being especially elusive.

Keep up the good work.

Regards

Brian

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Re: Webley Pellets

Post by kj68 » Tue Jun 24, 2014 7:44 am

Hi Graeme that is a nice collection I have a couple of tins up to now and I love my webley pistols to.

Rgds kj68 :) :clap:
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Re: Webley Pellets

Post by gab » Tue Jun 24, 2014 11:53 pm

I enjoyed looking at your collection. I too, collect Webley pellet tins and also oil cans. Both are difficult to find in my part of the world.

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