This revolver is a Spanish copy of the S&W .32 DA. It is called "euskaro" and was made by various companies named Orbea Hermanos, Crucelegui Hermanos or Tracola, Aranzabal y Cia, all in Eibar, Spain. Some have also been made by unknown makers. The "euskaro" is chambered for the .32 Long S&W cartridge, and won't accept the European standard .32. 

Although much cheaper than the original S&W, these revolvers are of acceptable quality as a self-defence gun.

The proper text on top of the barrel reads as follows:

"Smith & Wesson cartridges are those that fit best the "euskaro" revolver".

They have been produced between the 1880's and the Spanish Civil War.


Back to "SPAIN GUNS"