Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby dadio » Mon Dec 15, 2014 8:11 pm

I'm happy to take a look Simon ,I'll be off work for the better part of a month with my knee ,I'll be doing more work on the Owen gun but I'm sure I'd have time to have a look see .
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby CHThree » Mon Dec 15, 2014 11:34 pm

Sgt.Heide wrote:
fremsley wrote:A hop would be interesting but no idea how you would fit it.


It's pretty easy actually. If it's design is like their Nagant, there are guides on youtube and on a couple of forums. Just need some basic tools, some fiddling and some patience.


Hmm, I feel a fettle coming on...
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby richardtl » Tue Dec 16, 2014 11:40 am

Got mine last night. Will test today and look at how to fit a hop-up. The shells are 38 and I wonder if they are the same as fitted to some of the other airsoft revolvers out there.
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby richardtl » Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:41 pm

Here she is, only lacks a hop-up which has been added. Shoots at around 320fps (0.2g) and is a hefty large piece.

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby richardtl » Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:41 pm

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby richardtl » Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:43 pm

Interestingly 38Special and 357 cases do fit, so I may use those to make some extra cartridges up.

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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Bra1n » Tue Dec 16, 2014 7:29 pm

hallo

i have one question where did you buy this one.

some sites show a aged model and sell a normal black model.
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby CHThree » Sat Dec 20, 2014 2:50 pm

I am not sure but I think there is only aged and nickel. Some sites just call "aged" "black". I ordered black and it looks aged.
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Sat Feb 28, 2015 5:40 pm

Bit of a necro post, but thought I'd give a heads up. Spare shells for the airsoft Webley are being sold at MILSPEC for just under £14 for six. Seems a wee bitty steep, but they're UK based and in stock last I checked.

You can find them HERE.

(They're also selling black and aged versions of the Webley, FYI)
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby CHThree » Sat Feb 28, 2015 7:46 pm

Well, that settles it, mine is definintley a mis-sold aged one. Still looks cool as f***. :-)
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Sun Mar 01, 2015 3:08 am

CHThree wrote:Well, that settles it, mine is definintley a mis-sold aged one. Still looks cool as f***. :-)

Definitely prefer the aged look to the factory fresh one, aye. Seems a bit more appropriate in a WW2 setting, with many of them being outdated old codgers by that point. :P
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Granger » Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:14 am

I'm seriously debating getting a webley. If only it wasn't so much money!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Kendo » Sun Mar 01, 2015 4:54 pm

Granger wrote:I'm seriously debating getting a webley. If only it wasn't so much money!

They are beautifully crafted replicas, and mine fires very consistently.

Consistently into the ground, but that's what no hop-up does to a gun!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby Granger » Sun Mar 01, 2015 5:07 pm

Kendo wrote:
Granger wrote:I'm seriously debating getting a webley. If only it wasn't so much money!

They are beautifully crafted replicas, and mine fires very consistently.

Consistently into the ground, but that's what no hop-up does to a gun!

My 1911 has no hop either and the bb's fly straight up! At least if I got a webley somewhere between them I'd have a straight shooting gun!
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Re: Webley MARK VI co2 revolver

Postby StevF99 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 5:48 pm

Kendo wrote:
Granger wrote:I'm seriously debating getting a webley. If only it wasn't so much money!

They are beautifully crafted replicas, and mine fires very consistently.

Consistently into the ground, but that's what no hop-up does to a gun!


You managed that much consistency?! Mine doesn't go the same place twice, up down, right... no left yet but there's still time...
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