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Moore’s Single-Action Belt Revolver - Made between 1861-63, these .32 ca rimfire revolvers were available with 4-, 5-, or 6" barrels. Reloading was accomplished by rotating the barrel & cylinder to one side. Exact production figures are unknown, but it is estimated that as many as 8,000 were manufactured before a S&W patent infringement suit forced production to be discontinued. Many of these side-pivot arms were purchased by Union soldiers for personal protection. NRA Museum in Fairfax, VA.

Moore’s Single-Action Belt Revolver - Made between these ca rimfire…

Ring revolver

Rare and Unique Cased “Femme Fatale” Ring Gun with Ammuntion and Screwdriver. Originates from France, third quarter of the century.

James Reid Knuckle-Duster Revolver WITH SAFETY ...  The Reid knuckleduster is just the right weapon for a bar room brawl or a poker game gone wrong.  These .22 caliber brass frame revolvers carry five shots and the solid frame and trigger guard form a set of brass knuckles,  ca. 1868-1888, USA .

James Reid Knuckle-Duster Revolver is just the right weapon for a bar room brawl or a poker game gone wrong. These caliber brass frame revolvers carry five shots and the solid frame and trigger guard form a set of brass knuckles, ca.

The Rock Island Auction Blog: Did This Tommy Gun Rob A Bank?

When RIAC received a very fine condition Thompson submachine gun for our 2015 September Premiere Auction, it came with a pretty impressive .

The LeMat revolver was a .42 or .36 caliber cap & ball black powder revolver invented by Dr. Jean Alexandre LeMat of New Orleans, which featured an unusual secondary 16 gauge smoothbore barrel capable of firing buckshot. It saw service with the armed forces of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War of 1861–65. [American Southern]

The LeMat revolver was a or caliber cap & ball black powder revolver…

New Model Army Revolver Remington model 1858

Hell on Wheels Bohannon's 1858 Remington Revolver

Exceptionally Rare Pair of 4 Barrelled Flintlock Pistols In Fine Condition By "Bunney of London", Circa 1780.

Gun that dear Grand pulls out to protect Margaret? Exceptionally Rare Pair of 4 Barrelled Flintlock Pistols In Fine Condition By "Bunney of London", Circa

Hopkins  Allen Derringer - The factory called it the New Model Vest Pocket Derringer during its production run from 1911 to 1915 and only about 1,400 of these diminutive .22 handguns were made. This engraved example bears factory mother-of-pearl grip panels. At the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA

Hopkins Allen Derringer The factory called it the New Model Vest Pocket Derringer during its production run from 1911 to 1915 and only about of these diminutive handguns were made. This engraved example bears factory mother-of-pearl grip.