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The Webley Revolver (also known as the Webley Top-Break Revolver or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver ) was, in various marks, a standard issue service pistol for the armed forces of the United Kingdom, and the British Empire and Commonwealth, from 1887 until 1963.
The Webley is a top-break revolver and breaking the revolver operates the extractor, which removes cartridges from the cylinder. The Webley Mk I service revolver was adopted in 1887 and the Mk IV, rose to prominence during the Boer War of 1899–1902. The Mk VI, introduced in 1915 during the First World War, is perhaps the best-known model.
Firing large .455 Webley cartridges, Webley service revolvers are among the most powerful top-break revolvers ever produced. The .455 calibre Webley is no longer in military service but the .38/200 Webley Mk IV variant is still in use as a police sidearm in a number of countries. With a modified, "shaved" cylinder and the use of a half moon clip, the Webley Mk VI can fire the 45 ACP cartridge, although overpressure or +P .45 ACP cartridges exceed Webley proof loads and should not be used. Many Webley Mk VIs were converted to fire 45 ACP ammunition after the remaining .455 Webley ammunition dwindled.
I've had this for many years.
It's in perfect condition. Comes with original box and all paperwork and a never used field holster specifically designed for this gun.
They stopped making this gun in the UK decades ago. They still make it here in the states.
Meet at Sportsmans on 82nd.
I have a couple oddball guns for trade if you happen to be interested. Specifically at this time I have:
Type 38 Arisaka school rifle, $180 (SOLD)
an Australian 1916 no1 Mk3 Enfield Rifle with DP wood.
Hanyang 88 chinese mauser, antique! no transfer required
an M39 VKT Finnish Mosin Nagant, for...
This is a decent old warhorse, besides being converted to .45acp (THESE WERE NOT SAFE TO FIRE SMOKELESS POWDER 45 loads) and having a chip missing out of the bottom of both grips. Still very functional and pretty tight compared to most I have seen. The bore is quite serviceable! it has a 4"...
Here’s a neat Revolver, this is a Webley MK IV 38 S&W, manufactured in 1942 by the Webley and Scott Company, during the Second World War. This revolver is marked “War Finish” it shoots very well, I tried to post a video with me shooting it, but couldn’t because the file was too large. So here...
No that isn't a typo. It looks like they are making new Webley-type revolvers. Except they are 7-shooters and chambered in .357 Magnum. Be still, my beating heart ...
Alas, the going rate starts at $10K. :eek: