This model was produced by the British government in the1930s amd 1940s in violation of Webley patents. Low-velocity (200gr 650fps) round and painfully heavy double action trigger made this weapon quite inaccurate in practical use.
As the picture above shows, even the snub-nose version of the .380 webley was not very compact. The short barrel made the already whimpy round even less effective. Yet even these weak short-range defensive arms are largely forbidden to the modern-day British subjects.
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