British, Belgian, American, antique or Modern Charter Arms, bring out your Bulldog revolvers! Webley RICs and clones also welcome! Despite what it says this is very much not British. It has no proof-marks, but is most likely Belgian, where they referred to tiny bulldogs like this one as a 'puppy.' I bought it as a parts-gun for $50. The hammer was crudely chopped and it needed a new trigger-return spring. Originally chambered in .320 Revolver (.32 Colt) it has been re-chambered for .32 S&W. Locks up nice and tight, and the DA trigger is very smooth.The step mounted on the frame behind the trigger is to locate your finger clear of the trigger's travel. I've only ever seen this on one other gun of this type, but there was a spare screw-hole so I added one to this one. Makes it much easier to shoot! Again, not so much British. This one is American, and chambered for .38 S&W. This one doesn't lock up quite as well as the others, but it is shootable. Like all of the guns shown in this post the DA trigger is very smooth, with no staging. The sights are virtually useless, so accuracy beyond a few yards is iffy. This is the enigmatic 'British Lion' revolver. The maker is unknown, but suspected to be Belgian. This one bears Birmingham proofs and inspection marks. Since Webley trademarked the name 'Bulldog' in 1878 I believe that these were made in Belgium for the British trade after that time, hence the name Lion instead of Bulldog. This one is chambered in .450 Adams, and despite the odd ergonomics it's a good shooter. OK, technically this isn't a Bulldog, but close enough! This is a model 1883 Royal Irish Constabulary in .450 Adams. The grip is quite comfortable and the trigger is excellent; it's a pleasure to shoot this gun. This one is marked on the other side with a British Broad-Arrow acceptance mark, flanked by a celtic 'U' on either side, possibly meaning it was issued in Ulster? I don't know, but it's one of my favorite revolvers. This, BTW, is famous as Dr.Watson's revolver in the Sherlock Holmes series. I really wish someone made a modern reproduction of these guns! So lets see your Bulldogs, new or old!