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Cody Firearms Museum

Makers
Webley & Scott, Ltd, Birmingham, England 3
Descriptions
brass 1442 steel 2355 wood 4438
Names
air pistol 11 firearm 4093
Date:
ca. 1923
Dimensions:
L: 8 in, Barrel length: 7 in, H: 5 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
Gloss:
In this pistol, a piston is housed under the barrel. It is cocked by first releasing a latch located in front of the rear sight. The barrel is then lifted, performing the cocking function. This model was available with interchangeable barrels in .177 and .22 calibers.
Inscription:
right side of receiver: Webley Air Pistol Mark I, Made in England,/ Japan Patent No 9186724/ Switzerland Patent No (cross) 112976,/ Australia Patented 21-2-23/ SPAIN Patent No 89433/ Italy BREVTTATG No 229158/ Germany D.R.P. No 414833 [left side of receiver:] Great Britain Patent No 219872/ Belgium Brevet No. 316878/ France Brevet No 578 + 98.S.G.D.G./ USA Patented USA 7-7-25/ Canada patent 1925/ Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham & London,/ Safe, 26198/ [right side of front sight:] MK1, 177 Brass company trademark in left hand grip.
Remarks:
Webley Air Pistol, Mark 1, made by Webley & Scott, Ltd., Birmingham and London, England, and imported to the U.S.A. by A.F. Stoeger, New York, N.Y. In this pistol, a piston is housed under the barrel. It is cocked by first releasing a latch located in front of the rear sight. The barrel is then lifted, performing the cocking function. This model was available with interchangeable barrels in .177 and .22 calibers.
Caliber/Gauge:
.177 cal
Serial Number:
26198
Accession Number:
1988.8.2429

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