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Guns of "The Wind that Shakes the Barley"

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by TheArchDuke, Apr 30, 2007.

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  1. TheArchDuke

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    Did anyone see this movie? It's starring Cillian Murphey (28 days later, batman begins, etc) about the Irish war of Independence in 1919. It was very very good (apart from all of the socialist propaganda of course).

    There were some pretty interesting guns in the movie. A lot of Enfields and Mausers. But there was a revolver I couldn't identify.

    I'm no expert so the answer is probably obvious, but does anyone know what kind of revolver that is on the right?

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  2. fineredmist

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    It's a Webley
     
  3. TheArchDuke

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    Thank you sir.
     
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    What? Never played Call of Duty?:D
     
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    Haha nope I haven't. Maybe I should?
     
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    The Webley's the most iconic modern European revolver of all time. Break-barrel, a fat .45 slug weighing around 260 grains - in the Marks I-VI. The Mark IV was also made in .38 S&W, BTW. Hexagonal barrel.
    It's one the few Euro revolvers I've seen with an American-style butt.

    Besides, Indiana Jones used on in The Last Crusade.
     
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    "Haha nope I haven't. Maybe I should?"

    get call of duty and its expansion "united offensive"(was my most played game until red orchestra came out)
     
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    Thats definitely going to the top of my "must-buy" list.
     
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