I've been researching the fighting which took place at the beginning of April 1945 on the passes through the Teutoburger Forest (specifically the section Augustdorf-Hiddessen-Detmold-Horn). As part of this I go out with a metal detector to check areas where fighting was reported and use the info to 'reconstruct' the events on paper. One particular area south of Hiddesen has been particularly productive and I'd like to ask whether anyone can identify this pistol. It is part of a buried cache I found some months ago which included a Beretta 1934 Corto dated 1942 and the attached revolver. Along with the pistols were around 100 rounds of 9mm for the revolver plus 6 rounds for the Beretta. Everything had been wrapped in oiled cloth and placed inside a ceramic vase which was then sealed and buried. The information from gun-related websites that I've seen would seem to suggest that this revolver is Belgian and probably manufactured around 1900. I know that the armoury in Sennelager issued some Belgian weapons to the German troops prior to their hurried deployment into the forest at the end of March 1945 and so my thinking is that this may well be one them. I'd be grateful if someone could put a model name/number to this revolver.