German Arminius .320 'Hammerless' Revolver.
Arminius revolvers were made pre-war by Friedrich Pickert who adopted the name of the German hero for his guns and embossed the grips with the warrior's head. They had a reputation for low cost and high quality.
More accurately described as having a shrouded hammer, these guns actually featured a 'floating ' firing pin in the standing breech.
The trigger retains its case colours, the gun cycles and locks up crisply, and a spring loaded button in front of the cylinder makes for very easy disassembly.
The gun has a right sided loading gate and left sided safety.
German proof marks.
Barrel length 2.25". Overall length 5.5"
Another with folding trigger too
And one with trigger guard
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