I know this has been brought up before, so please understand that I am not trying to stir the pot. The only reason that I have ressurected this debate is because I stumbled across something last night.
While pics have surfaced that show only one side attached (sorry can't recall who posted them OR the source) I had almost dismissed it as urban legend. Then last night as I was looking over my FETT collection I noticed that my KOTOBUKIYA had a really well represented Webley and upon further inspection I noticed that it only had the connecting rod AND PULLEY on the "outside" or right side of the gun.
Now if a company was to sculpt an extremely accurate representation they would be privy to information that the general public would not.
( By all means TDH doesn not fit into this category.) Would it be safe to assume that it would in fact be more accurate with the greeblies on one side only?
Thanks in advance.