Webley & Scott Model 700 12 Gauge built in 1965 with 28" Sk1/Mod dovetail lump ejector barrels with concave game rib and 2 3/4" chambers. Bores are excellent and in proof measuring .728 right and left. Choked .005 [Skeet1] on the right and .018 [Modified] on the left. Small silver front bead. Reciever with 40% coverage typical Webley scroll engraving and retaining 80% vivid case colors. Double triggers. Splinter forend with Anson release. Mildly figured European Walnut straight grip stock with vacant stock oval. LOP is 14 1/8" to a striated wood butt with 7/16" cast off and the left cheek face slightly concaved. DAC-1 7/16" DAH-2" Weighs in at a lively 6lb 1oz
This is a nice light English boxlock ejector for all day carry and at good value. It is configured for the right hand full faced shooter with significant cast off and a concave cheek face. This appears to be original from Webley as there is cast off to the lower tang as well. It remains tight and on face and totally in proof. Barrel and trigger guard blue remain at 98%. Stock finish at 94% and checkering at 95%. It has been used but not abused.