Miscellaneous Webley and Scott Flare Gun information.

Funkyred

Active Hunter
^^^^^Yup dude as Andy said,if you know someone who is a legal gun dealer in the uk you could have it shipped to them and then they would have it shipped to proof house...luckily my father law is a hunting man so did it through his friends dealership.....
Such a shame as My dad was a gun smith when I was a kid , I grew up shooting and being around all types of firearms. He passed away 10 years ago.. I called in an old haunt of his and asked around and the owner suprisingly new all about Boba and his various parts . And dropped the bombshell he bought a webley flare gun for £20 not long ago. And it wasn't the first he had bought . It was a WTF moment.....
 

DanzoFett

Active Hunter
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Saying you where a hunting man,here is my latest bounty..sorry for hijacking thread Andy...and if this offends anyone....
 

DanzoFett

Active Hunter
Funkyred these actually originated over in the UK. Also because they are over 100 years old, they should be considered relics at this point. Not sure how the UK could classify these as a gun, it is technically a signal device (flare launcher). I mean sure it could be used to launch tear gas...
Worth looking into! You may be surprised what you find!
When I had my shipped to uk it came through the bomb-squad department,not firearms so was classed at a higher level :-/
 

Mugatu

Hunter
This is true. I helped a TDH member (from the U.K.) acquire a Webley here in the US, and I shipped it to an exporter here, whom shipped it to an importer there. I'm not sure if the importer did the deactivation or if it then went somewhere else.
 

Artakha

Active Hunter
Only just discovered this thread, really fascinating stuff. Thanks Andy and Dana especially for all that interesting input.
 

intwenothor

Active Hunter
Thanks for the share and discourse then, hahaha. I really got a kick out of some of your comments.
No worries man, what's actually interesting to me is looking back over a post I made four years ago wistfully longing for a set of genuine Michell Toespikes. I clearly felt they would be unobtainium whereas I did, in fact, tick them off the list.
 

Alison Bazley

New Hunter
Hi there, you seem to be people who would know about flare guns. I have come across this old gun, nobody seems to know what it is - I can only find the markings II and 71 on it. It would have belonged to my Grandfather who was in the British Navy from around the 1920's, maybe earlier. I also have a holster but that has no markings on it. Any information would be much appreciated.
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