Webley .455 Mark 6 (VI military)
- Catalogue number
- FIR 76
- Production date
- whole: BL: 6ins Calibre: .455
- Alternative names
- full name: Webley .455 Mark 6 (VI military)
- simple name: revolver, double action, hinged frame extractor
- Weapons and ammunition
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The Webley Mk VI was adopted for service in 1915; the last of a series of .455 inch calibre Webley revolvers which were the standard issue pistols of the British Army from 1887 onwards. They were robust and powerful weapons, which gave excellent service until replaced by the handier Enfield No 2 revolver (see FIR 385) in 1932.
Webley .455 Mark 6 (VI military) revolver & lanyard; grips worn or heat-damaged, barrel plugged
1) stamped on left frame 2) stamped on left of top strap
1) WEBLEY MARK VI PATENTS 1918 2) MARK "VI"
Stamped on cylinder, barrel lug, front of trigger guard
Stamped on top left of barrl rib
18 over crown over GR over crossed pennants over broad arrow over crown over 7Z over B over crown over 19 over E
Stamped on cylinder and left trigger web and rear left of frame
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