Lot 1518

A Webley & Scott Mark I Royal Horse Artillery Model 1912, with shoulder board (repro)

Fine Antique and Modern Firearms | A94s | Live auction | 119 Lots


Cal. .455WebleyAuto, SN. 2508, matching numbers. Barrel length 5", bright bore. Seven shots. Proof marks. Made in 1913. Rotary rear sight for aerial combat graduated 50 - 100 - 150 - 200 Yards. Hammer safety, stock slot. The left side of the slide marked "Webley & Scott Ltd / Pistol Self-Loading 455 Mark I / 1913", underneath manually engraved Kynoch factory inv. number "93/652", the right sight marked "577". Various broad arrow acceptance marks. Original finish, a few signs of wear left of the slide, some thing on the grip safety. Impeccable black hard-rubber grips. Magazine with 6 large windows on both sides, two openings in the rear for single shots. Lanyard ring. Walnut shoulder board (reproduction). This is one of only 439 Model 1913 pistols manufactured for the Royal Horse Artillery. Some were delivered to the Royal Flying Corps for aerial combat prior to the availability of machine guns. See Bruce, "Webley & Scott Automatic pistols", pages 252 - 264.

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