.45 Caliber

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018

The .455 Webley Revolver MK II entered service with the British army in 1897. It was in service with the British army and commonwealth forces until after the end of World War II. The MK I was the predecessor to the MK II and was a black powder cartridge introduced in 1887. There is a series of the .455 that includes the MK III, MK IV, MK V and MK VI and they saw service until 1950 when the 9mm Luger was adapted as part of the NATO standardization. A .455 Automatic was introduced in 1912 and was used by the British army for a short time too.