The Combat Ten was a revolver designed and manufactured by UK-based firearms company Edgecumb Arms.
The Combat Ten was a competition revolver introduced in 1960. The Combat Ten's frame was based on that of the Smith and Wesson Model 10 and it had a spurless hammer, rubber grips and a Douglas barrel. It was chambered for .380 ACP. It was created in response to the US police force's Police Pistol Combat Competition.