NICE Webley MkIV .455 Australian Marked Revolver
Used Condition
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Item 680323073
Location Kerrville, TX 78028
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A very nice WEBLEY MK IV REVOLVER in ORIGINAL .455 CALIBER. The Webley Mark IV revolver had quite a colorful history in the British Army. This model was approved for use in October 1899. "AS THIS MODEL HAD BEEN SUPPLIED TO BRITISH TROOPS ENGAGED IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR DURING 1899 AND 1902, IT WAS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS THE, "BOER WAR MODEL." It was widely issued to officers and non-commissioned officers of BOTH CAVALRY AND INFANTRY REGIMENTS. The bore is bright and shiny with shallow METFORD RIFLING. It retains most of the blue finish. This revolver functions flawlessly in both single and double action. It LOCKS UP TIGHT in battery. It has great AUSTRALIAN MARKING on the right side of the frame and barrel: "D Broad Arrow D," and "Q Broad Arrow P." There are also the standard, BRITISH ARMY PROOFS AND DEACQUISITION STAMP. The finish is in really nice condition with only one spot of roughness on the backstrap which could be cleaned somewhat if desired (see photo). The grips are very good condition with no chips or cracks. Ejector works fine but does not snap back after ejection. This particular revolver has really seen some history being first issued to British Troops during the BOER WAR, and, later to Australian Troops during WORLD WAR ONE, and, still later, to the QUEENSLAND POLICE. ALL MATCHING SERIAL NUMBERS. This HISTORIC revolver can be shipped to a C&R or FFL License holder.
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