3/1/18 - This is an excellent scarce example of the British MK IV revolver. It is a NAVY model and is marked appropriately with a large naval “broad arrow” on top strap. It is in its original .455 Eley caliber unlike 99% of the military Webleys in US which were converted to .45 ACP. The gun retains about 97% of its original military blue with finish loss on the trigger guard. Mint bore. Very good original “birdshead” grips with a few minor scuffs but no cracks or pieces missing. It is a complete rig with an original holster, a WWII dated belt and ammo pouches. A most impressive rig from the heyday of British Empire.