Webley & Scott Mk I pistol in .455 Webley Auto
Webley & Scott Mk I Pistol
Webley & Scott Metropolitan Police Pistol in .32 ACP
Webley & Scott Model 1909 (also called Model 1910), a pocket version of Metropolitan Police Pistol
Webley & Scott Metropolitan Pistol "Belly Gun", a hammerless pocket version of Metropolitan Police Pistol
Webley & Scott Pistol - .32 ACP.
This pistol was adopted by the British Royal Navy in 1915. It was also issued to the Royal Flying Corp during World War One. It is large and ungainly. The weapon was well made, but was lacking when it came to ergonomics. Instinctive shooting is difficult thanks to the grip, but it is a very accurate weapon when slow fired. It is chambered for the .455 Webley Auto which is a semi-rimmed round. Webley also made a commercial version chambered in .32 ACP and 380 ACP. The smaller model was called the Webley Metropolitan Police Pistol and was carried by the Royal Irish Constabulary and the London Metropolitan Police throughout the first half of the 20th century. The smaller .32 and .380-caliber models are more likely to be found in the United States.