Help with ID Please

#2
Its a pinfire revolver. 19th century. Couldnt tell you the make but I'll have a gander
 
#3
A cheap and nasty "Suicide (or Saturday Night) Special" with a folding trigger.

They were as common as muck when I was a child.,

BTW I disagree that it is pin-fire (can't see any holes in the cylinder for the pins). It looks like a rim fire to me. If is is other than .22 or 9mm RF then is qualifies as section 58.
 
#5
It an open frame pin fire revolver. Look above the cylinder. That setup is almost unique to pinfires.

The folding trigger is becsuse its a pocket pistol. (like yer do without a trigger guard)

Likely Belgian and likely to be 7mm.

Edit:

Not sure now BH, looking at the hammer it could be a rimfire.
 
#10
Almost definately Belgian.. worth something, but not much..

Just make sure it's not .22RF! (If it is, Mag to Grid it...!)
 
#11
It'll either be a 32 rimfire or a 7mm
 
#12
I think that's the new pistol a load of retired generals are pushing the army to adopt next. I bet BAE will put pressure on ARRSE to pull this picture. How did such a breach of commercial security happen?
 

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