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A Webley and Scott pre-war .22 calibre pellet tin. These tins are distinctly different from the more common post-war tin. They are also quite rare in comparison. The most notable difference between the pre-war and post-war tins is the singular rifle reference. This is because when these tins were produced in the late 1930s, Webley and Scott were producing only one model of air rifle, the MKII Service Air Rifle. Production of the MKI had ceased a few years earlier.

Until next time, happy shooting!

Jimmie Dee

Webley and Scott Tempest (1979-1981) Instagram Photos

Another recent purchase, a Webley and Scott Tempest in .177 calibre and complete with the black presentation box. This is the second variant manufactured from 1979 to 1981. The second variant is easily distinguishable from the first with an indentation filled with red paint to form the safety indicator rather than a red dot on a plastic label.

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