Here is an excellent condition, WEBLEY, MARK VI, BRITISH ARMY revolver made at ENFIELD in 1923. It is a 6 shot, top break, double action revolver, still chambered for the original 455 WEBLEY cartridge. This one has NEVER been altered from the original chambering as many were after being imported into the US. Also note that there are NO IMPORT marks. I would rate the original dull blue finish at 98% with one smal spot of thinning on the cylinder, probably where it rubbed in the holster. The action is tight and the lock up is rock solid and the timing is perfect. As shown there are various BRITISH proof marks and acceptance stamps. The bore is fine, bright and shiny with great rifling. The hard rubber grips are in fine condition with no chips or cracks. Each grip panel has an "S" at the bottom. This is an extremely fine example of a WEBLEY MARK VI. This model served Great Britain and the Commonwealth countries throughout 2 World Wars. The ammunition shown is for display and not included. I will need the buyer to provide a signed FFL or C&R and include $25 shipping. NO RESERVE!!!
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