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Webley Mark III revolver
The stock has twin chequered plaques which are applied to either side of the butt to form a grip. It has a solid frame, all steel, made in one with the barrel. Double action centrefire - the squeezing of the trigger moves the hammer back and rotates the cylinder, which has six chambers. The hammer has a spur with a knurled tip and the action may be cocked by this means. The barrel is rifled with a blade foresight and notch rearsight. The calibre is 0.38in. The inscription indicates that this revolver was owned by an officer employed by the Royal Mail Steamship Company.
Webley & Scott Revolver & Small Arms Co.
- Image reference: E8702
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London