This weapon is inspired by the venerable Webley Revolver, which served as the standard-issue service pistol for the British Empire and various other countries of the Commonwealth from 1887 until as recently as 1970. They were a popular choice for private purchase by British officers, who at the time were expected to provide their own sidearms.
I started with the legacy-content .32 Pistol and replaced the barrel with the one from the legacy-content Chinese Pistol, as well as adding the lanyard loop. I then chopped up the cylinder to add one more chamber and added the front sight from the .44 Magnum Revolver, the front sight from the Grenade Launcher as the rear sight/barrel release latch, and the brass deflector from the Marksman Carbine as the holster guide wedges. I also made the entire gun 15% larger.
The following properties, perks and challenges apply to this weapon:
Although properly chambered in .455 Webley, the revolver can be modified to fire the rimless .45 ACP cartridge by milling out the rear of the cylinder to accept a moon clip. This is not recommended, however, as it ruins the value of the gun and is also unsafe – .45 ACP cartridges operate at a much higher pressure than .455 Webley, which the gun is not designed to handle.
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|Imperial Service Revolvers