Webley - MKVI Revolver 4,5mm BB
Manufacturer: Webley
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A great copy of Webley MKVI revolver.

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The famous break top MKVI British Army Officers service revolver of World War I. Why not remember the First World War by starting a collection! Built using the original Webley blue prints - Full Size - Just like the Original.
This revolver was the British forces standard issue service pistol from around 1887 until 1963 and was also used by British Empire and Commonwealth troops. The automatic extraction by breaking the revolver ejects the spent shells ready to reload with another 6 shots. In 1887 we saw the Mk I service revolver.
The later Mk IV was popular in the Boer War of 1899-1902 buut the most famous was the Mk VI first introduced in 1915 during the First World War probably the best-known mark. There was even an optional shoulder stock that turned the revolver into a carbine, and trench raiding and warfare even prompted the design of a bayonet for the pistol.
Firing the original fired the large .455 Webley cartridge, one of the most powerful top-break revolver ever produced. The .455 Webley cartridge is no longer in military service, but the Webley goes on in the .38/200 Webley Mk IV variant is still in use as a police sidearm in a number of countries today.

Power source Co2
Caliber 4,5 mm
Action Type Single&Double Action
Velocity 131 m/s
Energy 3 J
Effective range 15 m
Cylinder Volume 1 CO2 (12g)
Number of Shots 50
Magazine Capacity 6
Barrel Length 15 cm
Overall Length 29,5 cm
Weight 1100 g
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