Enfield No. 2 Mk 1, no star) was what I was after, well!
Here's a close-up of my .380/200 slugthrower:
The H&R is interesting, with its preposterously-long barrel, loading gate and spring-loaded ejector. It's a double-action revolver using the same "pull-pin" removable cylinder design of many of their .22s. I'm hoping it will be fun to shoot.
Seen at the show, several Nambu semi-auto handguns and Japanese revolvers from the same WW II-ish era (both interesting and sad, since the reason those are showing up on the market is estate sales). One dealer/collector had a Rast-Gasser and a couple of the Japanese revolvers; side-by-side, the hinged sideplate and internal works of the two were substantially the same. The Japanese revolver design was much improved by a top-break. automatic-ejecting mechanism, rather than the Rast-Gasser loading gate and manual ejection. (This
I had my pocketknife sharpened at the show -- I usually do, since I use it contstantly. It's gotten so the folks at Knife Sharpest remember me. Also picked up a nice-looking set of side cutters, some brass brushes, a couple of wood bits in need of sharpening, pin-punches, file handles and a key/small-items case in the form of a softly quilted hand grenade, possibly one of the silliest but most irresistible bits of kit I've seen in a long while.