British revolvers and ammo (VWM)

On the side, pay attention to British Mk III helmet description, as a military helmet collector, I was taken aback by it.


The .455 round looks like it is a .455 Eley or .455 Colt. Cheers, Bruce.

I am amused by the suggestion that the .455 was “too powerful”. It was a big revolver and a big bullet but pathetic MV meant it was an under powered combat weapon.
All the Victorian era British revolvers were the same.