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    HELP! I sold my soul to the internet infidel29's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic View Post
    Sent you an email John.
    Is cylinder and barrel from a later model compatible with a Mark I frame?
    No, Different dimensions. The cylinder space is too narrow on a standard mk I to fit later models, especially those with the improved cylinder retention screw of the mk III onwards. UNLESS you get the mk I** frame. It will handle the later model upper frame and cylinder because it was factory remade to do so in WW1. But those guns are $3500.
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    Minor mod modification is required to put a mk VI barrel and cylinder on a mk II so I assume it wouldn't be any different for a mk I.
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    The spare barrels and cylinders we have are from the MKIV .38 S&W, they are not compatible with the larger frame .455 models.
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    Sorry, should have paid closer attention to the question.
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    Do you have any spare extractor levers for the mk4, John? I bought one from you and her extractor lever is pretty worn out
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbeil View Post
    Do you have any spare extractor levers for the mk4, John? I bought one from you and her extractor lever is pretty worn out
    X2 , when i break her open sometimes she ejects and resets and sometimes she comes about 3/4 of the way and does'nt snap back down.
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    We have spare extractor levers in stock $14 each plus shipping and postage. With these, often a really good clean and lubrication will improve the performance. These parts are not on our web page, to order please e-mail Sales@wolverinesupplies.com and make reference to this post by myself. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wolverine View Post
    We have spare extractor levers in stock $14 each plus shipping and postage. With these, often a really good clean and lubrication will improve the performance. These parts are not on our web page, to order please e-mail Sales@wolverinesupplies.com and make reference to this post by myself. Thanks.
    Oh she got a good cleaning alright. Something to expect from an 80 year old very well used revolver i suppose. Thank you sir , will be ordering after work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wolverine View Post
    We have a few Webley MK IV .38 S&W starting at $365 and some MK VI in .455 starting at $485. Prices are plus shipping and tax, details to follow, or e-mail me directly for details.
    did these get listed on the website?(and I missed them). I couldn't find them with a quick look

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    Quote Originally Posted by crooked barrel jed View Post
    did these get listed on the website?(and I missed them). I couldn't find them with a quick look
    No they are not up there as they were selling so quickly.

    We have two MK VI .455 one older refinish and missing one screw at $485.00 and another with original well worn patina for $550.00.

    We have two MK IV .38 S&W one well worn at $275.00 and the other with good finish and a push through safety for $425.00.

    Prices are plus shipping and tax.

    Please e-mail Sales@wolverinesupplies.com for more details.
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