This is Part two of the Two-part series on reloading cartridges for the British Webley MK VI service revolver. This was the official British Army sidearm of World War I. It is chambered for the hard to find .455 Webley cartridge, though many of these guns in the U.S.A. have had their cylinders "shaved" to chamber .45 ACP cartridges on moon clips. In part 1 I showed you a safe .455 Webley load for the old gun. Here in part two I'll show you two safe loads in .45 ACP, or .45 Auto Rim, brass for those of you who have guns with shaved cylinders.
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