Here for your perusal is Webley .455 MK VI revolver serial number 160744 still in original .455 caliber accepted into service in 1915. Broad Arrow military property mark and inspection mark seen on rear of cylinder. Shoots well with both vintage WWII issue and modern ammo such as Fiocchi.
I had one of those when I was stationed in Germany at Rhein Mein AB (1968). I found lead round nose Kynock ammo in a gun shop in Frankfurt. The bullet moved so slow you could almost see it leaving the barrel. Fun gun to shoot. It was a better revolver than the 38/200 they went with in WWII.
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