In 96% very sharp non-import marked condition, we have a prime example of an early production 1934 dated Enfield No2 MkI .38/200 Service Revolver. This still has the hammer spur and is un-altered original condition. As you know, most of these had the hammer bobbed in 1939-40 so finding an original example is not easy. This one is all matching and the bore is mint. These revelers shoot .38 Smith & Wesson cartridges, but Steinel does make the original 200 grain loading.
The No2 MkI Revolver was the standard British Sidearm at the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939. It was the revolver that was used during the Battle of France and in the Battle of Britain and the War in the Desert. Most of these were later modified to No2 Mk1∗ configuration which removed the hammer spur and made them double action only. Finding an un-altered example is not easy. The Enfield Revolver was a very sturdy and serviceable side arm but it suffered from a low powered cartridge. Because of ammunition shortages during the war it was quite common if not universal to load these revolvers with 9 m/m Luger/Sten Gun ammunition, which will chamber. Why highly un-safe it’s certainly more of a man-stopper loaded that way and that is exactly what it was made for.