Beaumont-Adams Revolver

British Revolver


Aspect: Once you go black (powder)…

Ammo: 6 shots, .442 caliber

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The Beaumont–Adams revolver was a muzzle-loading percussion revolver. Originally adopted by the British Army in .442 calibre (54-bore, 11.2mm) in 1856, many were later converted to use centrefire cartridges. It was replaced in British service in 1880 by the .476 calibre (actually 11.6mm)1 Enfield Mk I revolver.

Beaumont-Adams Revolver

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