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    Post WEBLEY & SCOTT TO PRODUCE NEW MK IV REVOLVERS IN INDIA

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    That is pretty cool, but $1300 is a bit steep. They are also not making any full size in a .45 caliber. That is disappointing.
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    I guess they're not overly interested in selling many of these revolvers here in the US as .32 S&W Long isn't a very common caliber these days. Now, if they had chambered these for .38 Special or .357 Mag., that would be a different story

    .45 Auto with moon clips would be a good choice.

    Even at $300, I wouldn't be interested in it just because of the super-hard-to-find caliber it's chambered for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alismith View Post
    I guess they're not overly interested in selling many of these revolvers here in the US as .32 S&W Long isn't a very common caliber these days. Now, if they had chambered these for .38 Special or .357 Mag., that would be a different story

    .45 Auto with moon clips would be a good choice.

    Even at $300, I wouldn't be interested in it just because of the super-hard-to-find caliber it's chambered for.

    That caliber is prohibited in Canada so they won't sell any of them here either. The barrel length also prohibits it here. So not a chance.
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    Post FIRST WEBLEY & SCOTT MK IV REVOLVERS PRODUCED IN INDIA

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    umm.... you can get a car made in India for $1300.

    I can get a S&W 686 for around $700-800 made in the good old USA in a caliber I can actually use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAPOTS View Post
    umm.... you can get a car made in India for $1300.

    I can get a S&W 686 for around $700-800 made in the good old USA in a caliber I can actually use.
    The last time I saw .32 S&W Long was about 40 years ago and it was an old box, too.

    Kind of senseless to make a pistol in a caliber whose ammo is difficult/impossible to find now.
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