Available on DVD.
I shot my 1906 Fosbery with surplus .455 and it worked fine. When we loaded the commercial Hornady loads, that were a lot lighter we ran into sear engagement issues.
He was an interesting inventor, winner of the Victoria Cross.
The revolver was designed around a Colt SAA, but only Webley showed interest enough to pay to develop the idea.
He also designed a paradox shotgun/rifle.
Worth reading about - for those with a taste for history, which would be anyone visiting this site, lol.
Great target pistols but impractical service weapons-were rapidly replaced by those officers with private purchase examples-the action was very vulnerable to clogging with dirt/mud in the trenches.
What Real Man doesn't own an orange posing pouch and thigh length leather boots? I have several including WaffenAmt marked examples 'Lederlieber auf Kinksburg'
Hahaaah - exactly!
To get a little more on track-WW1 RN Officer trainees using a variety of Webley autos and (probably) Webley MkV revolvers one handed-also a pic of a female officer with a Webley MkVI-they made them tough in the RN...her next class was cutlass duelling!
(Apologies for the picture quality-shots of a book).