Got parts for it like screws and such from Numrich.Hi garra, You should be able to 'left click' in the field to the right of the URL ( that's above a web site you want to show a link to, then the URL will highlight. I see some United Kingdom Section of the Milsurp Knowledge Library.', BGCOLOR, '#DDDDDD', BORDERCOLOR, '#000000', BORDERWIDTH, '1', FOLLOWMOUSE, 0, OFFSETX, -10, OPACITY, '95', FADEIN, '25', FADEOUT, '25', CLICKCLOSE, true, FOLLOWSCROLL, true, PADDING, 0, BALLOON, 1 , ABOVE, false, TITLE1, 'United Kingdom - Milsurp Knowledge Library', LINKURL, 'https://Just do an internet search on the Webley MKIV, information should pop up.
rear sight, barrel latch secured by screw instead of pin, 100-degree grip slant ("straight grip"), improved piston seal, sliding barrel latch, manual safety, 8.5 in. No part of this information may be reproduced in any form whatsoever, by photograph, mimeograph, fax transmission or any other mechanical or electronic means. 1929-1938.- .177 cal., TL, SP, SS, Bakelite grips, 110-degree grip slant, adj. smoothbore barrel for darts, 290 FPS, blued, no safety, 7.75 in. 1945-1973.- .177 cal., TL, SP, SS, aluminum grip frame cast around steel body tube, Bakelite grips, rhombus-shaped logo with "BIRMID" mark and a casting number under grips, stirrup barrel latch, black epoxy coating, adj. Researching it should be the fun part of owning such a nice piece. I have checked and found that ALEXANDER MARTIN was a maker of fine shotguns and arms retailer.also that Englush officers bought their own sidearms. Have not seen any of these weapons shown for sale anywhere so I have no idea of its value.