The Enfield MkI/MkII, self-extracting British revolver was designed and manufactured at the government-owned Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield, England. The .476 caliber Enfield MkI and MkII revolvers were the official sidearm of the British Army from 1880 through 1887, and the Northwest Mounted Police in Canada from 1883 until 1911, as well as being issued to many other Colonial units throughout the British Empire. This one is in EXCELLENT CONDITION retaining most of the original blue finish. The grips are in fine condition with no chips or cracks. The mechanics and bore are excellent also. It is stamped with the British military stamps and the British Army deacquisition stamp (opposing broad arrows). The right frame is marked with the Crown and V.R. (Queen Victoria's Reign) & "Enfield, 1882 II." After being released from the British Army it was issued to the Australian Prison System and bears their markings, "Gaols No. 19," on the backstrap. It is accompanied by the original, leather holster which is also in excellent condition. This fine Enfield revolver is an antique and can be shipped directly to you without the need for an FFL or other license. This revolver has a very unusual ejecting system. When the revolver is opened the cylinder moves forward ejecting the cartridges. This fine set would be hard to improve upon and is reasonably priced. Additional photos on request.