Webley RIC

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Webley RIC No. 1 First Pattern - .442 Webley
Webley RIC No. 1 Second Pattern - .442 Webley
Webley RIC No.1 New Model with 4.5" barrel - .476 Webley

The Webley RIC (Royal Irish Constabulary) model was Webley's first double-action revolver, and adopted by RIC in 1868, hence the name. It was a solid frame, gate-loaded revolver, chambered in .442 Webley. It had three separate generations which are most easily distinguished by the cylinder design: the "First Pattern" which had the cylinder stop notches at the front, the "Second Pattern" where they were moved to the rear, and the "New Model" which had a longer fluted cylinder. General George Armstrong Custer was known to have owned a pair, which he used at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876.


Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
M Seen in the pile of weapons 1931
The Prisoner of Zenda Ronald Colman Rudolf Rassendyll 1937
Amphibian Man (Chelovek-Amfibiya) Mikhail Kozakov Pedro Zurita British Constabulary 1961
Captain of "Pilgrim" (Kapitan "Piligrima") Vyacheslav Khodchenko Dick Sand 1987
Adele Hasn't Had Her Dinner Yet Milos Kopecký Rupert von Kratzmar 1978
Adele Hasn't Had Her Dinner Yet Václav Lohniský Kratzmar's chamberlain 1978
Demons (Besy) Sergey Garmash Ivan Shatov "New Model" 1992
Demons (Besy) Pyotr Yurchenkov Pyotr Verkhovensky "New Model" 1992

Television

Show Title Actor Character Note/Episode Air Date
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson Vasily Livanov Sherlock Holmes Belgian copy "British Constabulary" 1979-1986
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson Vitaly Solomin Dr. Watson Belgian copy "British Constabulary" 1979-1986
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson Boryslav Brondukov Inspector Lestrade Belgian copy "British Constabulary" 1979-1986
Peaky Blinders Paul Anderson Arthur Shelby Second Pattern 2013-2014



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