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    WEBLEY & SCOTT Semi Automatic Pistol

    Hi guyz....

    This gun belonged to my grandpa, he was gifted this gun by his son-in-law when he was ambassador of Pakistan in England. This gun holds quite a sentimental value to my father and me. I thought I would share it with you. I dont know the model name of this gun, but if somebody does plz share it with me. This gun holds seven rounds of 7.65 mm/ .32cal in its magazine.

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    A little size comparison


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    Its a masterpice I must say. I saw this model for the first time in my life despite a thorough search of various handguns on net and out of internet world.

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    wow that's beauty in very gud condition.i also never saw that pistol before.have u fired it!!
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    Webley & Scott .32ACP Self Loading Pistol


    The M1906 Webley & Scott was adopted by the London Metropolitan Police in 1911. It is sometimes referred to as the Webley MP for this reason.


    Production of the highly popular pistol lasted until 1940 The first examples of this weapon had the safety on left side of the hammer, but later models moved the safety to the left side of the frame, where it could also lock the slide.



    While never officially adopted by the British Army it was widely used unofficially by British and Commonwealth forces in both World Wars, with many British officers and NCO's carrying it as a back up. It was also widely adopted by many colonial forces, including those in Palestine. The pistol was small, sturdy and reliable. It was extremely accurate at short range, making it a terrific concealed weapon.
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    Thanks for the link faisji bro. Without it I wouldn't have known the the model or the history behind this pistol

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    Thanks for the link faisji bro. Without it I wouldn't have known the the model or the history behind this pistol

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    Dear Trigger Happy Bro, Very nice pistol and a nice share !!!

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    @ Trigger Happy: Thanks for sharing brother, you have increased my knowledge, Very nice sharing!
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    Thanks for the lovely comments

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    Aoa Trigger_happy 78 it is a very nice share,as i have the same pistol.It was acquired by my father from his colleague in army and it is working perfectly fine without any trouble.It is very easy to carry as a cc weapon as already mentioned by one of our members.How many mags do you have with it.
    The only problem which i am facing is one mag for the pistol,and i am looking for the second but i am unable to find one.Can anyone help me in this regard.
    Thank you and regards to all members of PG.

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    @ MHH bro.
    Sorry bro I have only one magazine too. Had a mag locally made but it didn't work well. Besides we dont use this gun often.

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    @ MHH bro.
    Sorry bro I have only one magazine too. Had a mag locally made but it didn't work well. Besides we dont use this gun often.

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    Thank you very much for an early reply and your consideration.

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    Nice that you take care of your elders keeping.
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    @trigger_happy78: Brother I feel happy to see the gun in such a nice condition. Congratulation for having such a beauty in your family.

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    Thanks you avais and Achilles bro.

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