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Webley VI

The Webley MK VI revolver in reality

The Webley Revolver (also known as the Webley Top-Break Revolver or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver) was, in various marks, a standard issue service sidearm for the armed forces of the United Kingdom, and the British Empire and Commonwealth, from 1887 until 1963.

Battlefield 1Edit

This item has a Codex entry: Revolver Mk VI
"The Revolver Mk VI was hardy, reliable, and perfectly suited to muddy trench warfare."

— In-game description

The Revolver Mk VI is a top-break revolver introduced in the Battlefield 1: Apocalypse expansion for all infantry classes. It performs very similar to the Auto Revolver, both in terms of damage and reload time. It is able to kill an enemy with 2 shots at point blank, its hipfire recoil is manageable at close range, which the revolver is limited to - it suffers major damage dropoff at mid-range, thus making it reliable only in close combat. Its bulky sights also resemble the Auto Revolver's sights.

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Battlefield VEdit

"The Mk VI was the standard revolver for the British army in both World War I and World War II. The earliest version, Mk I, was the first put into service by the army in 1887."

— In-game description

The Mk VI Revolver is a weapon featured in Battlefield V. It was first shown in the Battlefield 5 - Official 'The Company' Trailer.

Having the highest damage output in its class, the Mk VI is capable of a consistent two body shot kill at close range, with it quickly dropping off beyond 12m to a maximum five hit kill. It is unique amongst its category for being capable of a one hit kill headshot. This high damage potential is countered by the poorest handling characteristics amongst all sidearms except the Liberator, with a low capacity of 6 rounds compounded by a slow fire rate and reload speed, which leaves a smaller margin for error in the case of missed shots. Muzzle velocity is the lowest in class at 230 m/s which can further hamper accuracy against moving targets.



  • The rounds ejected during the reload accounts for the amount of rounds remaining, with the correct number of fired and unfired rounds being seen ejected.[1]


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