On some of the photos of my Enfield revolvers I was asked by several people if the revolver pictured was an original No2 with it’s hammer spur intact. Well, in fact, I have 2 Enfield revolvers with the original hammer spur as well the original wooden grips. One however appears to have a later finish one it. As far as I can discern it would have been specifically requested that it keep it’s original configuration through FTR, so it is also a slightly unusual example.
The fully original Enfield is marked for the “RAF” in the first row and the one that went through FTR, but retained it’s spur and grips is across from it. The bottom two are more typical examples of No2MkI** revolvers vs the No2MkI revolvers in the first row.
If you are interested in these revolvers I would suggest you pick up the Ian Skennerton book, “.380 No.2 Revolver” pictured here.
Enfield No2MkI dated 1937
EnfieldNo2MkI dated 1937
Albion No2MkI** dated 1943
Enfield No2MkI** date unknown