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Revolvers - UK

Enfield No 2 Mark 1 / Mark 1* / Mark 1**

This revolver was developed at the Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield in 1926 - 1927. The design is based on scaled down Webley Mark 6 "break-top" frame, with cylinder chambered for 6 .38/200 rounds. The hammer/trigger group was redesigned, with manual hammer safety lock added, and with separate...

Webley Mk IV .38/200 Service Revolver

The Webley Mk IV .38/200 Service Revolver At the end of the First World War, the British military decided that the .455 calibre gun and cartridge was too large for modern military use and—after numerous tests and extensive trials—that a pistol in .38 calibre firing a 200-grain (13 g) bul...

Webley RIC revolver

The Royal Irish Constabulary Revolver 1867
Adopted by the Royal Irish Constabulary in 1867, this solid frame, single and double action revolver became known as the RIC model. A pair was presented to Brevet Major General George A Custer by Lord Berkeley in 1869, and when General Custer died at th...


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