Shooting British 455 Webley Cartridges in a Shaved Webley MK VI Revolver
Recently I bought what was advertised as an un-altered .455 Webley MK VI revolver. As you may know, most Webley MK VI revolvers in the U.S.A. have had the backs of their cylinders shaved so they can fire .45 ACP rounds mounted in moon clips.
As it turned out my supposedly unaltered Webley had been shaved. But I was still able to shoot proper .455 Webley cartridges in it, and I'll show you how I did it.