Webley Mk VI .455 Revolver. Collectible World War I piece.

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    Webley Mark VI .455 caliber (converted to .45 acp).
    Good to very good condition; matching serial numbers on frame and cylinder; No rust.
    Top-break design, British made, 6 shot cylinder, 6" barrel. Barrel and chambers are bright and clean; Has lanyard loop on grip butt.
    Plenty of roll-marks on frame and cylinder; Looks like the gun was produced in 1916, and transferred to the New Zealand military in November of 1919 (numbered 479). Bluing in good condition; Single action/ Double action, operates smoothly.
    Comes with half-moon clips to accommodate .45 acp ammo. Cylinder has been converted (shaved) for .45, but original serial number is still intact and legible.
    Neat old piece, with plenty of history behind it.
    $350 OBO
     
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    BTT, with lower price.
     
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    BTT, price reduced again.
     

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