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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by jbayless71, Apr 25, 2019.
Bad form Old Bean. Bad form.
Now be a good lad and bring me a gin and tonic.
Thanks! It wasn't bobbed; the four-inch barrel is typical for a Mk IV (1899-1902) The later Mk V and Mk VI usually had a six-inch barrel. It has definitely been cut for .45 ACP on full moon clips. The serial numbers on the cylinder are cut in half.
Where the bloody hell is the range report?????
You Sir shall be put on report!
It's going to be a while. I do not have the dies, powder, bullets or brass to reload for it yet. I could just load some weak .45 ACP, but I really want to use Webley .455 bullets in Auto Rim.
I have the little brother Mark IV, the 38/200 version.
Nice! My stepdad has one of those too.
I've only seen pics of the Mk I; never ran across one at a show yet. The Mk VI is a great pistol ... strongest top-break revolver ever built.
Mine in a "family photo"...