Replica Holster, Webley-Scott Self-Loading Pistol 1912 .455cal. Mk I N and Model 1913
Individuals who are fortunate enough to have either a commercial or military version of this pistol in their collection may be interested in the availability of a quality holster for the weapon. Jerry Lee, the owner of 'What Price Glory', a firm catering to re-inactors, has commissioned a replica of the holster, which meets and exceeds the requirements of the most discerning customer. The holster is a glove fit. I am not certain that it will take the Royal Horse Artillery Model due to its enlarged rear sight configuration. As indicated in its description, it's also a perfect fit for the classic Colt semi-automatic pistol; .45 cal. (.455 cal.) M1911 or M1911A1. In my personal opinion this holster in form, fit, function, quality and price, is a superior piece of gear and a great buy ($48.00 USD). The pair of brass 'D' rings incorporated in its design for optional use with a shoulder strap, and flap retaining strap, more closely follows the configuration of holsters intended for the Webley Revolver (Pistol, No.1 Mk VI, .455cal.) I'm familiar with. The only possible addition to the holster I could possibly suggest, is the placing of a flat washer (on the underside for added support) between the brass retaining button, and the screw that holds it to the flap. If interested you can find the holster at, http://www.whatpriceglory.com/shopexd.asp?id=5028&bc=no
Last edited by Arnhemjim; 04-19-2012 at 12:43.