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Automatic pistol owned by Admiral of the Fleet, the Viscount Jellicoe 1859-1935
Automatic pistol owned by Admiral of the Fleet, the Viscount Jellicoe 1859-1935. The stock is made of blued steel with rubber grips. The butt incorporates the magazine which holds seven cartridges. The back of the slide is vertically fluted on both sides to afford a grip when cocking. The lock is semi- automatic, blow-back with automatic ejection. Rounds are thrust upward into the breech by this magazine spring when the action is to the rear. After cocking for the first round, the weapon is automatically reloaded. The barrel is steel, and for the most part enclosed within the slide. The calibre is 0.32in.
Fabrique Nationale d'Armes de Guerre SA
- Image reference: E8703-2
- On loan to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London from a private lender