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  • LaBelle

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    In swapping and trading I ended up with a couple Webley & Scott pellet rifles, a Tomahawk and a Stingray, both .177 caliber, and from Birmingham. England. According to the guy I got them from, they were in an elderly gent's air gun collection, and when he passed away the family didn't have any interest in them.

    They have beautiful bluing and wood. Other than finding out they are no longer available, there isn't much info I could find on the webz about their current value.

    Can anyone shed any light on these?
     

    tallguy606

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    Dec 30, 2010
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    Houma LA
    In swapping and trading I ended up with a couple Webley & Scott pellet rifles, a Tomahawk and a Stingray, both .177 caliber, and from Birmingham. England. According to the guy I got them from, they were in an elderly gent's air gun collection, and when he passed away the family didn't have any interest in them.

    They have beautiful bluing and wood. Other than finding out they are no longer available, there isn't much info I could find on the webz about their current value.

    Can anyone shed any light on these?
    They are desirable airguns of very high quality. Much better than the Turkish versions, people say. I had a .22 Stingray and it was a smooth shooter, accurate, about 650 fps. Handy little carbine. Probably worth $150-200 to the right guy. Tomahawk I recall was bigger and more powerful, probably go for $250. I would put them on Gunbroker to reach the most likely buyers.
     

    zrman27500

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    Mar 28, 2024
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    Niagara falls ny
    In swapping and trading I ended up with a couple Webley & Scott pellet rifles, a Tomahawk and a Stingray, both .177 caliber, and from Birmingham. England. According to the guy I got them from, they were in an elderly gent's air gun collection, and when he passed away the family didn't have any interest in them.

    They have beautiful bluing and wood. Other than finding out they are no longer available, there isn't much info I could find on the webz about their current value.

    Can anyone shed any light on these?
    Did you sell these?
     
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