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British Webley Mk.VI .455 Revolver (374318)

Availability: Out of stock

$1,295.00

Quick Overview

Adopted in May 1915, the Webley Mk.VI revolver was similar to the Mk.V, but with a squared-off grip, rather than the birds beak of the earlier models.

Details

Made in 1918, this Webley does not appear to have seen a great deal of use. Externally, this revolver retains the majority of its blue, though this finish is thin. The barrel shows little signs of use, and it is in excellent condition. The barrel is also marked with the Australian Defence Department marking.

The Webley Revolver (also known as the Webley Top-Break Revolver or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver ) was, in various marks, the service revolver for British and Commonwealth armies, from 1887 until 1963.

A top-break revolver, breaking the Webley revolver operates the extractor, which removes cartridges from the cylinder. The Mk VI, introduced during the First World War, is perhaps the best-known model.

Adopted in May 1915, the Webley Mk.VI revolver was similar to the Mk.V, but with a squared-off grip, rather than the birds beak of the earlier models.

Specifications

SPECIFICATION METRIC IMPERIAL
Manufacturer Webley
Overall Length 286mm 11.25"
Barrel Length 152mm 6"
Weight 1.1 Kg 2 lb 4 oz
Cartridge .455
Cylinder Capacity 6
Made In UK