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It looks like a 22 cal. pocket pistol. I used to have one from the 1880's still in it's original box with a box of rounds - along with a small collection of other pocket pistols.

Sadly, when I went into the military in 1974, I took 'em all down to The Armory, a gun store in Woodinville, CT and sold them all.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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Late 19th century, .22 rim fire pocket revolver with embossed hard rubber grips.

Hard to figure out who made it. There were many manufacturers as there was a big demand at that time.

The bore is ~.312". A 22 Cal will fall right through.

Nice guns you sold when you were a kid, Mike. Wish I was there to slap your head.

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