I have been eyeing a Webley MkVI for a while, in .455 (not US barstewardised .45ACP conversion) and with this comes the problem that a fast reload is a right arrse, moon-clips or half-moon clips will not fit in the space between the cylinder and frame (so I have heard), and modern .44/.45 speedloaders would also have a tough time (COULD be tweeked to fit....maybe ). This is ironic since some of the first speedloaders ever were in fact developped for the Webleys. I have managed to get copies of the patent (perks of the job) for the Prideaux speedloader and improvements dating from 1914 (original patent is dated 1893 but not archived ) and I have worked out how it worked, but does anyone happen for have piccies of this thing in the flesh? I think it would be interesting to try and make one of these. Anyone have experience with these lovely revolvers?