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Webley Foresight.

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#1 guizeayose

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Posted 21 April 2011 - 04:43 PM

I have come upon a Webley Foresight which I thought would suit my Osprey Supertarget, better than the one I have on now, but have decided to keep the one I have got on. After looking through Chris Thrale's new book I found the foresight pictured on page 199 described as a temporary design for a Hawk MkIII/Victor "Thompson Machine Gun" prototype. Would anyone know of its value compared to any other old Webley foresight.

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#2 mad mike

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Posted 21 April 2011 - 05:01 PM

As you say it looks like a Hawk Mk.111 foresight....no idea of value...but if you put it on evil bay with a starting price as low as you would take 4 it they usually (apparently) make what they are worth to someone who's after such an item....

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Posted 21 April 2011 - 06:33 PM

I think I sold a set (front / rear) on here for 30. Webley Vulcan mind you, don't quote me but a search may give you a rough guide. As would Chambers site, T W Chambers.

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