Flare gun replica ?


Seen sidewinders blaster rifle, tis very good, looking for a metal one though :) Metal is always more realistic and sturdier than resin, etc ....

Thanks anyway (y)
 

mandalore697

Active Hunter
No worries, although you may have trouble getting an original/metal webley flare gun. They have been decommission for a number of years and originals go for hundreds. Be prepared to part with a lot of $$$

Good luck
 
Dont want to get a a real webley, as defacing a almost-antique gun just seems wrong :) .. a replica like the broom handled mauser replicas is more the thing I was thinking of.

Is the bronze replica cast from a original ? (y)
 

phantomfett

Active Hunter
Dont want to get a a real webley, as defacing a almost-antique gun just seems wrong :) .. a replica like the broom handled mauser replicas is more the thing I was thinking of.

Is the bronze replica cast from a original ? (y)

I hear you there! And yes--the HS Bronze Webley was cast of off an original.:)
 

lonepigeon

Active Hunter
Well, consider this some warning to gather up funds for a HS bronze replica ;)
I'm going to be fixing it up a little and making a couple tweaks before I sell it. I may sell some of my extra parts with it too.
I'm upgrading to a real Webley. I agree that it's a shame to deface one of the real flare guns especially since they're so valuable to gun collectors as well. Like the original prop I am making the modications non-permanent so it can always go back to original condition. I'll likely be using a replica wood stock because the wood finish is too easy to damage.
 

DL44 Blaster

Well-Known Hunter
Well, consider this some warning to gather up funds for a HS bronze replica ;)
I'm going to be fixing it up a little and making a couple tweaks before I sell it. I may sell some of my extra parts with it too.
I'm upgrading to a real Webley. I agree that it's a shame to deface one of the real flare guns especially since they're so valuable to gun collectors as well. Like the original prop I am making the modications non-permanent so it can always go back to original condition. I'll likely be using a replica wood stock because the wood finish is too easy to damage.

Chris,
You luck dog!! I doubt I'll ever get the chance to "upgrade" to the creme-de la-creme....a real Webley:) Even still I love my HS all the same.

You fixin' her up for an ESB version right?

Steve
 
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