Webley MKVI Police 4 inch Revolver Battlefield Finish 12g co2 Air Pistol .177 ( 4.5mm Pellet version .455)
Built from the original blueprints and famously know all over the world comes the brand new instalment from Webley, the MKVI .455 Service Revolver in a 4.5mm pellet Co2 model.
Also commonly known as the Webley Top-Break revolver or the Webley Self-Extracting Revolver,
The 6 shot capacity in this model provides a good number of shots before having to reload, and the markings are as the original 1915 markings.
Built from Original Blueprints
Loads, Cycles, Fires and Ejects just like the Original
Original 1915 markings
Single / Double Action. Just pull the trigger or thumb the hammer back, just the original
Full Size Replica, a true handful
Full Metal Construction
4 inch Barrel
4.5mm CO2 pellet
takes 1 x 12g co2
Does not work with any speedloaders or other brands of cartridge shells, even though they may look very similar only Shells are stamp marked .455
Whether or not you own a Webley MKVI firearm, you'll want this CO2 replica of that revered British firearm that helped deliver victory to the Allied forces.
You've probably also seen the firearm in the Indiana Jones movies and the TV show "Fire Fly." While most replicas have a close resemblance to the firearms they copy, the MKVI beats all of them.
If you put your CO2 gun next to the real steel pistol, you may not be able to tell them apart:
1.Both guns use cartridge shells.
2.The BB gun's shells are marked .455 - a reference to the firearm calibre.
3.Both guns field-strip the same way!
4.Shells in both guns eject the same way.
5.The lanyard loop on the BB gun does double duty as the tightening screw to help properly pierce the CO2 cartridge.
•12-gram CO2 cartridge
•6-rd pellet cylinder (holds 6 realistic-looking cartridge shells)
•Fixed front sight
•Adjustable rear sight
•Can be decocked
•Ejects cartridges just like the firearm!
•Shells are marked .455 as a tribute to the caliber of the firearm it copies
•Includes 6 shells (each shell is loaded with one pellet; loaded shell is then inserted into the gun's cylinder)