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Mavis130
Mavis130

Great work, I love the details in the cylinder!

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GriffinZ
GriffinZ

Remeber in the beta were this was more useful at long range then the Lee Enfield SMLE :D

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ytres
ytres

Haha yes I remember the first beta back in February.. extremely accurate pistols, extremely inaccurate rifles, if you get hit with an MG you fly back 100 feet.. Epic Lulz.

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Dr.Goupyl
Dr.Goupyl

It's looks like the french, "Revolver Mle"

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GriffinZ
GriffinZ

looks like a Webley MKIV from R/L

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SquireJames
SquireJames

Um, not to sound pedantic but that's a Mk.VI, not a Mk.IV ;) There was a .455 Calibre Mk.IV, used around 1915 I believe, but it has a shorter barrel. The Mk.VI was distinguished mainly by the lengthened barrel. The Mk.IV most people mistake it with however is the .38 Calibre Mk.IV used during the Second World War.

Proud owner of a Webley Mk.I** :)

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New Model of the Webley MKIV. Stay tuned for a news update!

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