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DENIX OF SPAIN REPLICA WEBLEY MK4 REVOLVER INDIANA JONES PROP GUN
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DENIX OF SPAIN REPLICA WEBLEY MK4 REVOLVER INDIANA JONES PROP GUN

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Sold Date: 02/06/2012
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



DENIX OF SPAIN REPLICA WEBLEY MK4 REVOLVER INDIANA JONES PROP GUN
This makes a great "close enough" substitute holster filler for the gun used in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull . It is an all metal replica.
This item is for display and collection purposes only. This item can not be converted to shoot a lethal round or projectile. All metal construction with black plastic grips. Overall length is 11 and 1/4 inches with a weight just under 2 pounds. This replica is made not to open anymore due to the issue Denix had with the ball bearing falling out when it was opened. If you open the revolver up the ball bearing will fall out. BUT it Can open just be careful!

Ebay please be advised the seller complies with all of the rules for listing this product including the following...

#1 This item is not capable of shooting a lethal projectile or bullet. #2 This item cannot be altered to shoot a lethal projectile or bullet. #3 The receiver of this item is not classified as a firearm under U.S. Code Title 18,Section 921 #4 This item has all the legal markings required by Local, State and Federal Law. #5 This item is located in the United States of America. #6 This item is offered only for domestic shipment within the United States of America. #7 The seller of this item is a legal resident located in the United States. #8 This item is non-firing and is for display, war reenactment or collection purposes only and can not be converted to a firearm .
WEAPON HISTORY: Webley revolver, .38, Mark 4. Officially adopted for military service in 1942, this was initially a scaled-down version of the .455 Mark 6 revolver, chambered for .38 S&W cartridge, and developed by Webley & Scott in 1923 for police use. These guns were officially regarded obsolete as late as in 1963. It should be noted, that official British .38/200 ammunition was based on early, blackpowder .38 Smith & Wesson cartridge, and was used with heavy 200 grains (13.4 grams) bullet, leaving the muzzle at relatively slow velocities of about 198 meters/sec (650 fps). THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL AND VERY DETAILED REPRODUCTION. Great for reenactment's, theater, movies, display. AUTHENTIC LOOKING REPRODUCTION ABOUT 11 1/4" (28.5 cm) IN LENGTH
This is a NON FIRING replica and CANNOT be made to shoot real ammunition. YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD TO PURCHASE NO EXPORT - WILL SHIP TO USA ONLY

NOTICE:

CA & KS Residents - Imitation firearms, regardless of date, may only be shipped in conjunction with a frame or presentation box. This DOES NOT HAVE EITHER A BOX NOR A FRAME. CT, MA, MN, NY, WI Residents - Only replicas of antique firearms (pre-1898) are allowed.
WILL SHIP WITH AN ORANGE PLUG IN THE BARREL AS PER RULES FOR REPLICAS OF THIS KIND
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