WWII U.S. and Commonwealth Victory Revolvers



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While the revolver was on its way out as a primary handgun by WWII, there were a large number of them used by all sides during the war. The US and its key allies used the S&W Victory Revolvers, among others. This was due mostly to a shortage of modern arms, countries simply couldn't make firearms fast enough so they resorted to using revolvers to supplement more modern fighting pistols like the 1911 or even the German P38. The S&W Victory revolver was based on an 1899 design which would later become the Model 10. We also take a brief look at a Webley Mk IV, Enfield No, 2 and Colt M1917.

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