USFA of Hartford, Connecticut, saw a gap between the Judges and the Governors: single-action revolvers. All the other are double-action (and the Thunder 5 can be carried cocked and locked, with is just laughtacular). We introduce to you the Shot Pistol.
Smith&Wesson Model 10 Revolver with Baton Attachment Manufactured by Automatic Screw Company in California, patented in 1919 for some reason. Special, six-shots cylinder, a foot long stick of whoop-ass.
Beautiful Smith and Wesson Pre-model 28 “Highway Patrolman” revolver. Pic from the Smith and Wesson Forum. I love a revolver that is well maintained, but shows its age. Honest wear is a beautiful thing.
WEBLEY & SCOTT NO. 1 FLARE PISTOL: This flare pistol was manufactured from bronze alloy to mitigate issues from firing corrosive flares. Produced in Birmingham alongside other Webley & Scott firearms that included the Mark VI revolver, thousands of s
SMITH & WESSON VICTORY MODEL: This .38 revolver was presented to General Julian Hatcher and bears serial number V3. Hatcher was the man who helped sort out issues in getting the M1 Garand rifle into mass production and through his role as Chief of the Small Arms Division of Army Ordnance, effected countless decisions that helped win the war.