looks nice Steve but the webleys never really appealed to me and other the years I've had a few of the later tempest's hurricanes and typhoons but all were sold on always preferred BSA's as a kid and still have a mk2 scorpion somewhere
Beautiful. I should have headed the warning. I hope these show up at air gun shows every so often for decent prices. A classic blued Webley (or any well blued gun really) is so memorizing to look at (and I hope fun to shoot). Some day...Do you have a display case for some of your excellent classics Steve? Of course, it might make it difficult to be productive around the house if every time you walk by, you pause as your eye catches the blued steel and/or wood stock, surrender to the urge to pick it up to admire it closer, and then likely end up going and shooting a few rounds.Based on your posts, you seem to have an excellent collection of some good examples from both Europe and here!
Most of those older Crosman's seem to have their front sights filed thin. Easy to see why when looking through those small peep sight holes. Mine is the same way.
That's interesting. All this time I've been led to believe they were filed after the fact. This by a knowledgeable Crosman guy right here. Would you mind posting a closeup pic of your 101's sight. I would like to know if it is as crude as mine in the sense modeling marks are still present.