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Some New Guns from the Westley Richards Factory.

 Westley Richards .600 Droplock Double Rifle.

This is a selection of new work from the factory this week, photographs that have been on Instagram and now in a larger format here. In this instance I will let the photographs do the talking and I hope you enjoy these new rifles which are on their way now to their new owners!

.600 Westley Richards

.600 Westley Richards

.500 Westley Richards Westley Richards .500 Droplock Double Rifle.

.500 Westley Richards

.500 Westley Richards


Westley Richards .500 Fixed LockWestley Richards .500 Anson & Deeley Fixed Lock Double Rifle.

Westley Richards .416 Bolt Action (1 of 5)Westley Richards .416 Left Handed Bolt Action Rifle.

Westley Richards .416 Bolt ActionWestley Richards .416 Bolt Action Rifle. Eng. Chung.

Cover plate by Lantuch of .500 Westley Richards. The Cover Plate from a .500 Westley Richards Droplock Double Rifle. Eng. Lantuch.

Butt Plate of .600 by P SpodeThe Butt Plate of the .600 Droplock Double Rifle. Eng. Spode.


  • Peter on June 24, 2016 at 1:39 am

    Dear Simon.

    As always absolutely fantastic!

    Best regards

  • Neil McVeigh on June 24, 2016 at 2:47 am

    Simon why have the large calibre like .577 and .600 become so popular again (or am I mistaken)?This is not to suggest any inherent fault with these calibres but to me they would appear to have little relevance to todays hunting in Africa.Does size matter?

    • Simon Clode on June 24, 2016 at 3:04 am

      I think that .577 and .600 have always been popular and are only made by very few makers so are desirable in that form also. People by big cars in a world of energy savings and things like that so size does seem to matter. We will see moving forwards if the large bore orders keep up. I believe they will as the .577 is a classic WR Rifle.

  • Clive Newman on June 24, 2016 at 6:26 am

    Simon you never fail to impress just outstanding,
    I love the .416 a beautiful round to shoot and its left handed.



  • vance daigle on June 24, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    Evening Sir,

    Wonderful work as always in these pictures, congrats to the owners I would say they will all be thrilled with the beautiful work.

    Now for just a little of my opinions, one thing for certain, I appear to be a guy that doesn't like to keep his opinion to himself. My apology to your faithful followers who are tired of hearing my nickels worth of two cents. That being said her is go again. Simon while all of the work you are sharing with us followers, I really like the fantasy engraving of the lion floor plate!!!! Now that's something that's not the norm and it isn't wasted on me. Thank you and please tell Mr. Lantuch great job!!!

    In Christ

  • Jonathan Tomlinson on June 25, 2016 at 5:36 am

    Stunning " Ne plus ultra!"

  • Neill on June 25, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    GROAN......yet more desirable firearms to dream about! Still, without this blog I'd have nothing to fulfil the fantasy. Seriously lovely stuff Simon, thanks for posting.

  • vance daigle on June 25, 2016 at 7:46 pm


    While looking at the photo's this morning again, I noticed a wonderful tool pouch. I bet if that pouch could talk there are some great stories there....aged nicely!!!

    The tools that are in a different photo, are they for sale on your site? May I ask what is the handle material on these tools? I purchased a pouch but haven't gotten the tools as of yet. Thank you for the time to respond Sir.

    In Christ

    • Simon Clode on June 25, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      This tool roll has a set of rosewood turn screws and chamber brush in. The purpose of the roll is to fill with whatever suits your gun or rifle best. I will have a look and see how clear we have made that and if suggested contents can be packaged up into a 'lot' to help.

  • Dave Sandland on July 25, 2016 at 5:59 am

    This is fantastic "firearms porn", if you don't mind the analogy?
    I am the proud owner of a cased pair of antique percussion double- barelled turnover pocket pistols by Westley Richards, and this helps to make the connection with your modern rifles.

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