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Anybody know anything about this pistol?

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there is a Crown with a R under it on the frame in front of the cylinder.

 

there is another crown with JL under it on the frame where the grips would be.

 

Thanks Renegade Ripley

 

 

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1 hour ago, Renegade Ripley said:

there is a Crown with a R under it on the frame in front of the cylinder.

 

there is another crown with JL under it on the frame where the grips would be.

 

Thanks Renegade Ripley

 

 

WIN_20200709_06_34_02_Pro.jpg

Here is a  link to the various proof marks:  http://www.nramuseum.org/media/940944/proofmarks.pdf

And Chase Randall is probably right

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57 minutes ago, Chantry said:

Here is a  link to the various proof marks:  http://www.nramuseum.org/media/940944/proofmarks.pdf

And Chase Randall is probably right

Do you know how many countries used a Crown over an R?

 

You have to match the Crown design as well as the letter style.

 

Would need photo of Proof Mark to ID.

 

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1 minute ago, Phantom, SASS #54973 said:

Do you know how many countries used a Crown over an R?

 

You have to match the Crown design as well as the letter style.

 

Would need photo of Proof Mark to ID.

 

Phantom

Yes I do know that a lot of countries used a Crown over an R, which is why I provided a link to the proof marks so that the OP can identify what he has.

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16 minutes ago, Chantry said:

Yes I do know that a lot of countries used a Crown over an R, which is why I provided a link to the proof marks so that the OP can identify what he has.

It was a rhetorical question<_<

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1 minute ago, Phantom, SASS #54973 said:

It was a rhetorical question<_<

I don't study for those......

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This is an Albanian Gripless Grappling pistol, or something else. :ph34r:

 

sb 

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7 minutes ago, Snakebite said:

This is an Albanian Gripless Grappling pistol, or something else. :ph34r:

 

sb 

I think not. The Albanian proof marks is cross over a bat with a cape. Also they would have a coffin on the cylinder, indicating it was safe to fire with silver bullets.

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Oh Yeah, I forgot about that.

 

sb

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Revolvers of this style are usually referred to as VeloDogs 

 

They are also known as Bicycle Guns or Cycling Revolvers.

 

Used for discouraging dogs that liked to chase cyclists.

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On 7/9/2020 at 11:31 AM, Sedalia Dave said:

Revolvers of this style are usually referred to as VeloDogs 

 

They are also known as Bicycle Guns or Cycling Revolvers.

 

Used for discouraging dogs that liked to chase cyclists.

Velo= velocipede (bicycle).

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To answer Phantom’s first question—-22,329 plus another 100 or so that won’t admit it because they are afraid of America’s TV Lawyers!

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On 7/9/2020 at 10:31 AM, Sedalia Dave said:

Revolvers of this style are usually referred to as VeloDogs 

 

They are also known as Bicycle Guns or Cycling Revolvers.

 

Used for discouraging dogs that liked to chase cyclists.

 

Good day I learned something new, I had never heard of them before.

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No, I don't know anything about that pistol.

 

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