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    wallandseller is offline Junior Member
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    webley fosbery

    i saw a webley fosbery on gunbroker.com, and was wondering if that was a good price or not any info would be very helpful,i've always wanted one, thanks for any help

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    It's kinda hard to tell whether or not "the price is right," because you omitted any mention of the price at which it was being offered.
    They are pretty rare, though. Not many of them were ever made.

    Is it a 0.380, or a 0.455?
    Does it have the single-action trigger, or the double-action?

    It's one of the very few guns about which Agatha Christie's hoary old line, "He released the safety-catch of his revolver," can truthfully be said.

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    it is .455 and gunbroker is asking 8000

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    It's probably worth that. It's book-listed at $9,000.00, in extremely good condition.
    If it's the DA version, it's close to priceless.

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