|blank cell||Enfield No2 Mk1 Revolver|
|RATE OF FIRE||2 per round|
|MAGAZINE CAPACITY||6 rounds|
|BASE RANGE||15 yards|
|COMBAT USE: British & Commonwealth Armed Forces|
The Enfield No2 MkI replaced the long series of Webley .445 service revolvers as the standard-issue sidearm of the British Army. Complaints from the Royal Tank Regiment that the hammer of the Enfield revolver would snag resulted in the adoption of the No2 MkI* in 1938, which was identical to the earlier model save for its spurless hammer (pictured above). This effectively made the revolver double-action only, which proved unpopular among British troops, causing them to favor the many American revolvers issued during the war through lend-lease.