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(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: P Webley & Son, Birmingham England 1915
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...
(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works, Fitchburg, MA, USA
US Revolver Co .22 DA, Badly damaged nickel finish.
(Weapons and ammunition)
Fuze relic, brass, 163 is engraved on one side and the remnants of a paper label is fixed around base reading "..to the Belgian Lines in the sector of Boesinghe. June 1917".