Section 5 of the Firearms Act (1968)

Please note: Under Section 5 of the Firearms Act (1968), the Mark VII is not available to private individuals within the United Kingdom. Similar restrictions may apply in other countries, and Anderson Wheeler will not accept liability should this transpire to be the case. By accessing this site, you are accepting these conditions

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MARK VII REVOLVER

It has been a century since the legendary “Mark VI” entered British service, and over thirty years since the last automatic-ejection revolver rolled off a British production line.

“MARK VII” REVOLVER

TOP BREAK

The Anderson Wheeler “Mark VII” Revolver is a seven-shot top-break revolver, chambered for .357 Magnum. It is the result of four years of development, working from original War Office drawings for the legendary Mark VI .455 revolver.

MARK VII REVOLVER

DROP FORGED

The revolver is available in a number of custom finishes, as well as a choice of grips. The barrel is made from a traditional drop forging.

"MARK VII" REVOLVER

MODERN INNOVATION

These were refined for use with modern manufacturing techniques and materials, to allow us to achieve the fine tolerances and precision fit that modern connoisseurs expect from bespoke pieces. We have also used modern Chrome-Molybdenum Steel for all of the major parts, which is far stronger than the steels previously used with this design.

"MARK VII" REVOLVER

BEST LONDON BLUEING

Coupled with old-world technologies, such as the retention of the V-spring and usage of British finishes, the “Mark VII” is the first handgun to be produced entirely in Britain since 1983.

“MARK VII” REVOLVER

TOP BREAK

The Anderson Wheeler “Mark VII” Revolver is a seven-shot top-break revolver, chambered for .357 Magnum. It is the result of four years of development, working from original War Office drawings for the legendary Mark VI .455 revolver.

"MARK VII" REVOLVER

DROP FORGED

The revolver is available in a number of custom finishes, as well as a choice of grips. The barrel is made from a traditional drop forging.

"MARK VII" REVOLVER

MODERN INNOVATION

These were refined for use with modern manufacturing techniques and materials, to allow us to achieve the fine tolerances and precision fit that modern connoisseurs expect from bespoke pieces. We have also used modern Chrome-Molybdenum Steel for all of the major parts, which is far stronger than the steels previously used with this design.

"MARK VII" REVOLVER

BEST LONDON BLUEING

Coupled with old-world technologies, such as the retention of the V-spring and usage of British finishes, the “Mark VII” is the first handgun to be produced entirely in Britain since 1983.

Specifications


Calibre
.357 (Magnum)
Weight
(unloaded, without grips): 2lb. 101⁄2oz.
Opening
Top-break, Kaufman latch
Finish
Best London Blue or coin finish


Capacity
7- Shot
Ejection
Automatic
Barrel Length
6 Inches
Single Action let-off
6.5lb
Double Action let-off:
10lb


Sights
Blade foresight, U-notch rear sight
Grips
Deluxe Turkish walnut or Ebony * Other materials available upon request
Checkered or non Checkered
Engraving
Light rose and scroll *custom engraving available on request
Checkered or non Checkered
Specifications


Calibre
.357 (Magnum)
Weight
(unloaded, without grips): 2lb. 101⁄2oz.
Opening
Top-break, Kaufman latch
Capacity
7- Shot
Ejection
Automatic
Barrel Length
6 Inches
Single Action let-off
6.5lb
Double Action let-off:
10lb
Sights
Blade foresight, U-notch rear sight
Grips
Deluxe Turkish walnut or Ebony * Other materials available upon request
Checkered or non Checkered
Engraving
Light rose and scroll *custom engraving available on request
Checkered or non Checkered
Finish
Best London Blue or coin finish

ANDERSON WHEELER

Welcome to the world of Anderson Wheeler. England has long been the centre of firearm excellence and we pride ourselves on maintaining that tradition of beauty, craftsmanship and reliability in the guns we produce. The blend of modern innovation, craftsmanship and precision engineering used in the building of our firearms, demonstrates many years of striving to perfect that balance of reliability with artistic elegance.

ANDERSON WHEELER

Welcome to the world of Anderson Wheeler. England has long been the centre of firearm excellence and we pride ourselves on maintaining that tradition of beauty, craftsmanship and reliability in the guns we produce. The blend of modern innovation, craftsmanship and precision engineering used in the building of our firearms, demonstrates many years of striving to perfect that balance of reliability with artistic elegance.

ANDERSON WHEELER

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