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This model was produced by the British government in the1930s amd 1940s in violation of Webley patents. Low-velocity (200gr 650fps) round and painfully heavy double action trigger made this weapon quite inaccurate in practical use.

Much additional information on Webley and Enfield revolvers is available at Kim's and Pettson's sites.

As the picture above shows, even the snub-nose version of the .380 webley was not very compact. The short barrel made the already whimpy round even less effective. Yet even these weak short-range defensive arms are largely forbidden to the modern-day British subjects.


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