This mini Purdey was presented to King George V in 1935. The gun is
fully functional. It breaks down into its own guncase and it even has
cartridges made by Eley-Knoch that are just under a half-inch long
loaded with 1.62 grains of powder and 2.02 grains of dust shot. It is
said the King would shoot moths with the gun.
Found at Sporting Classics' Facebook Page
Wonder how it would do on spiders...