My Enfield No.1 Mk VI

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My Enfield No.1 Mk VI

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Finally took a picture of it. Came to me with shaved cylinder but, locally, I found a cylinder(.455 Webiey)and like new barrel. Sent it down to Missouri to have the barrel fitted and also, had the new cylinder fitted. Now I have something I have never seen in my area, an Enfield No.1 MkVI with both a .45ACP and .455 Webley cylinder both fitted with their own extractors.
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Here's mine

The holster is so I can carry it as a self defense gun.

http://imgur.com/Le5Ps7N

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Kaeto, could that possibly be a commercial gun, I don't see the usual military stampings on the frame?
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I'm envious, Steve. Having dual caliber capability makes your revolver a very intriguing proposition. I also like that it's on the less common Enfield frame.

I have one that's kinda the opposite. It's a Webley frame and barrel with an Enfield cylinder.

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Bob, this thing has been a WORK in progress? Parts are difficult to find if, not impossible.
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