Webley RIC No. 1
The Webley RIC (Royal Irish Constabulary) pattern was first introduced in 1868 as the first double-action revolver in the Webley line-up. The RIC proved to be extremely popular around the world, and they can be found with retailers' marking from any of the English speaking (Commonwealth) countries. This one is marked "R.B. RODDA & CO CALCUTTA". RIC's are usually of a large caliber, most commonly the .455 Webley or the .476 Enfield or Eley. This particular model is marked .450CF. It has about 50% original blue on the barrel and frame, with most turning into a fine brown patina on the top strap and cylinder. The action is crisp, the springs are strong and the lock-up is tight. Very good, shiny bore, strong rifling. The checkered walnut grips are excellent, without cracks, missing chips or gouges. It is missing the lanyard ring, though. SN# 70073, rated very fine overall.

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