P. Webley & Son --- W. G. Model 1892 Revolver --- .455/.476 --- Cased
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Category: Webley Revolvers - Handguns - English Revolvers
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Seller: Hallowell & Co.
Company: Hallowell & Co.
Member Since: 3/16/07
First Name: Morris
Last Name: Hallowell
Country: United States
Phone: (406) 222-4770
Fax: (406) 222-4792
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Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
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Payment Types Accepted: Bank checks & wire transfers; Personal & company checks after a week to clear.
6" octangular barrel with blade front sight. Fixed rear sight. Nickel finish. Church-steeple cylinder flutes. Checkered hammer and cylinder release cam. Black Vulcanite birdshead grips. Lanyard loop. Winged Bullet/W&S trademark. Serial number 5984 matching cylinder 964. Engraved on the underside of the barrel: Major J. B. Woon 40th PATHANS. In oak storage/display case with poplar wood bottom with brass reinforcing screws on the lid and base. The top of the lid with round brass escutcheon plate inlaid in the center, engraved F. H./24th Regiment. Case lined with navy blue baize and with six compartments including a 30 round cartridge block, brass cleaning rod, small square cut glass oil bottle with nickel-silver top and walnut handled screwdriver. 95%+ nickel finish remaining. Tight and with excellent bore. The 40th Pathans was an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army, raised in 1858 as the Shahjehanpur Levy. It was designated as the 40th Pathans in 1903 and became 5th Battalion (Pathans) 14th Punjab Regiment in 1922. Major J. B. Woon served in this unit and later became Lieutenant General. In 1947 the unit was allocated to the Pakistan Army, where it continues to exist as 16th Battalion of the "The Punjab Regiment". From the start this unit served in numerous battles and engagements in the Far East up and through World War II for the British Empire. The 24th Foot infantry Regiment was involved in numerous battles throughout the world; most notably during the Zulu wars; specifically at Isandhlwana on 22nd Jan, 1879 and also at Rorke's Drift, 22nd-23rd Jan 1879.