Original British Victorian Enfield MkII Model 1881 Service Revolver in .476 Enfield - Dated 1884
Company owner Christian Cramer had one of these as a kid in England and his father told him it had been issued to the Canadian Mounties. Unfortunately he traded it away, probably for flintlock with realizing how hard these were to come by.
Our example is marked and dated on the left side of the frame: CROWN / V.R. / ENFIELD / 1884. / II. It also has matching serial number A2928 on the frame, barrel, and rear of the cylinder. There are proof marks on other parts of the revolver, and it has the opposed broad arrows meaning it was sold out of service. The cylinder is of a church steeple design and most attractive. Condition of the revolver is quite nice, with much of the original finish present, with the expected wear of age. The lanyard ring is still present, and the grip is solid without any chips or major dents. The revolver action functions correctly, as does the extractor system. The bore shows clear lands and grooves, with a mostly bright finish, though there is some wear to the rifling and spots of corrosion.
This model however received many complaints and was replaced in 1887 by the equally rare WEBLEY MARK ONE Revolver. For more information see THE WEBLEY SERVICE REVOLVER by Robert Maze, published 2012, pages 14, 15 and 16.
A truly well-manufactured revolver in very nice condition ready to display
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