Webley Revolver

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Webley Revolver

Webley revolver reputedly taken from Black and Tan, Edward Krumm after a shoot-out at Galway Railway Station (now Ceannt Station) on 9 September 1920, during which Volunteer Sean Mulvoy was killed. In the aftermath, the Galway RIC rioted in the town and lynched Volunteer Seamus Quirke.

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Museum Reg. GCM2016:004

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