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    Junior Member NorthernCowboy's Avatar
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    Apr 2019
    In the Mountains
    Thanks for the help KTfeich, went and got local RCMP to print out a FRT with todays date on it so should be good to carry in bush now, hopefully.

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    Ottawa valley <-> Cody, WY
    Quote Originally Posted by RangeBob View Post
    You can get a "it's an antique" letter from the RCMP. Occasionally I've seen Webley's for sale, with the letter. I have no idea how to go about getting such.[/code]
    You call the CFC to get the ball rolling. They usually ask for pictures. This is not something one usually does for a MkI or MkII but for a mkIII or for other pistols like the Mauser 'broomhandle' where some are antique and some aren't.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Cox View Post
    Here's a question on the topic:
    Can an antique status pistol be registered if someone wanted to?
    Fun fact, the process of getting an antique letter involves registering the gun in your name, then the record is marked as antique and de-registered _from your name_. The record for the pistol remains though so if you ever lose your antique letter, getting it reprinted is very simple.

    With those same broomhandles, the process of proving that they are antique is not very simple, I know of a pistol that was imported, registered and was rejected as an antique. It stayed restricted for a number of years until one of the owners was able to prove it antique and deregister it.

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    I have a webley mk 1 it is an antique.

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    Senior Member Camo tung's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernCowboy View Post
    So I recently acquired a Webley MK II revolver chambered in .455 but it didn't have papers with it but its very clear it is a MK II. Brought it to a verifier in my area and he says its classed prohib because it not an (approved) antique caliber and barrel 2-3mm to short, am I retarded or is he anything manufactured before 1898 that can discharge centre-fire cartridges, other than a handgun designed or adapted to discharge .32 Short Colt, .32 Long Colt, .32 Smith and Wesson, .32 Smith and Wesson Long, .32‑20 Winchester, .38 Smith and Wesson; .38 Short Colt, .38 Long Colt, .38-40 Winchester, .44‑40 Winchester, or .45 Colt cartridges are antique right?Attachment 14380
    Very nice condition....good find!
    "It is an absolute truism that law-abiding, armed citizens pose no threat to other law-abiding citizens."

    Ammo, camo and things that go "blammo".

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