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Check out the pictures of an old pistol that I got from a friend. It had been passed down to him and his brothers from a grandfather as a toy. It took some “rejuvenating” to get it working again since it had been played with hard over many years. It has Colt patent markings on the left side of the frame just like a Colt would. No other marking on the frame but the serial number, 6622. On the barrel it is marked: “SISTEM Manufacturans ANIT & CHAR E.C.E.” The caliber is 44-40 but it’s not marked as such anywhere. The frame and grip-frame are all one piece like a ‘58 Remington and the trigger guard detaches in a fashion similar to the Remington. All of the internal parts are very similar to a Colt, but not identical. The gun is a little loose but locks up well. I have fired it with light loads. Not very accurate but it works! The posted pictures show both sides, a top view (lettering not very visible), and a disassembled view. If anyone can help with info about this gun, please let me know.