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Ghost Gunning like it’s 1889

This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com

Nicely documented below are some photos of the building process behind making a .22 copy of a Webley break-top revolver. This firearm was made entirely from scratch using some basic machine tools.

“Bar stock with paper templates I made”

“Block of wood for test fitting of the components of the action”

“The pivot of the frame”

“Making the chamber”

“The bore of the barrel, to be lined.”

“Drilling undersize chambers to be reamed later.”

“The parts stating to come together roughly”

“The extractor plate”

“All the parts of the action in place now”

“Mostly done, but in need of bluing.”

“All the parts”

Completed:

‘My .22 “Webley” Revolver’

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