A nice 1937 dated Enfield Revolver by RSAF Enfield.
Canadian acceptance mark right side of action near back strap. Back strap RCAF marked.
After the massive military commitment of the Great War, it is no wonder that Canada had no real need to acquire new military sidearms in the next couple of decades. One exception was the acquisition of handguns specifically for the fledgling Royal Canadian Air Force, first established in 1920 although not being granted the "Royal" accolade until 1924.
The sidearm chosen for this branch of service was the
Enfield Revolver No. 2 Mark I .38 S&W.
By the end of WWII about 3,500 of these revolvers had
Suitable: Section 5 / Section 7.3 / Deactivation