- Adams M 1868 Revolver Mk I / M 1872 Mk II / M 1872 Mk III
Adams M 1868 Mk I In 1851, the talented English gunsmith Robert Adams (Robert Adams) has patented a new design of self-cocking revolver capsule own design.
- Revolver 32 Revolver
ANMOL 32 Revolver In 1995, the Indian company Indian Ordnance Factories Board started to produce compact revolver kalibra.32 IOF 0.32 (also known as IOF 32 Revolver), which was a modification of the English revolver Webley Mk IV Pocket Model, created in the first half of the twentieth century company «Webley & Scott». The device was the Indian model is completely analogous to the English model, and changes in appearance mainly underwent weapons, among which are the shape of the handle, trigger, frame and trigger guard (performed at the same time), trunk, etc.
- Revolver Beaumont-Adams
Beaumont-Adams In 1851, the talented English gunsmith, manager of the London firm arms manufacturers «George & John Deane» - Robert Adams (Robert Adams) received a British patent for a new design primer revolver own design, which has become a major competitor of Samuel Colt's revolvers, admitted to the early 1850s on the arms market "Albion». Beaumont-Adams (View on the trigger and fuse) Unlike Colt revolvers with detachable barrel and trigger mechanism in single-action model was made at the same time Adams barrel with a solid frame, and the trigger was samovzvodyaschiysya.
- Revolver Enfield Mk I / Mk II
Enfield Mk I (Early model) At the end of the 1870s by the British Army revolver was Adams Mk III specimen 1872, which was decided to be replaced by a newer model. Various military campaign showed that the bullet revolver kalibra.450 Adams did not have enough stopping power, so was developed more powerful cartridge kalibra.476.
- Revolver Enfield No 2 Mk I
Enfield No 2 Mk I Since the invention of the revolver in the British army, constantly held colonial campaign primarily paid attention to stopping power and therefore used heavy lead bullet with a low introductory rate.
- Revolver FN Barracuda
FN Barracuda In the early 1970's, the famous Belgian arms company Fabrique Nationale (FN), based primarily on market police weapons (both American and European), was created revolver that gets terrible name «Barracuda». Caliber, mm .357 Magnum / .38 Special, 9x19 Parabellum Length, Height, Width 211/130/40 Length barrel, mm 76 Weight empty, kg 1.050 Drum count.
- Revolver Galand M 1868
Galand M 1868 Military pattern In 1868, the famous French gunsmith Charles Francois Galand (Charles Francois Galand) together with his British companion A. Sommerville (A. Sommerville) received a patent for their original developed mechanism to retrieve spent cartridges from a revolver.
- Revolver Galand Novo / Le Novo
Galand Novo Caliber 6.35 mm In 1905, a French gunsmith Charles Francois Galand (Charles Francois Galand), who worked in France and Belgium, proposed a new folding pocket revolver.
- Revolver Galand Tue Tue
Galand Tue Tue In the version with Detachable barrel Caliber, mm 8h24 R Length mm 145 Barrel length, mm 50 Weight empty, kg 0.32 drum count. cartridges 5 In the first half of the 1890s the French gunsmith Charles Francois Galand (Charles Francois Galand), who worked in France and Belgium, has created a pocket of 8-mm pistol concealed hammer, dubbed Tue Tue.
- Revolver Galand Velo-Dog
Galand Velo-Dog In 1894, a French gunsmith Charles Francois Galand (Charles Francois Galand), who worked in France and Belgium, has developed a pocket revolver with a concealed hammer, called Velo-Dog.
- Revolver Gasser-Kropatschek M1876
Gasser-Kropatschek M1876 In 1870 adopted the cavalry of the Austro-Hungarian army was adopted revolver Gasser M1870. Austria-Hungary was a powerful empire and its different traditions.
- Revolver Gasser M1870/74 Montenegrin
Gasser M1870/74 Montenegrin Revolver Gasser Montenegrin M1870/74 - so-called "Montenegrin model" was designed on the basis of army revolver Gasser M1870. There is a version that the King of Montenegro ("Italianate" name Montenegro) Nicholas did possess similar revolvers mandatory for the entire male population of the country and even supported by the manufacturer of these weapons.
- Revolver Gasser M1870
Gasser M1870 In 1870, Leopold Gasser (Leopold Gasser) revolver patented proprietary - Gasser M1870, which was adopted by the cavalry of the Austro-Hungarian army. Gasser M1870 View on a split frame revolver Production Gasser revolver model 1870 has been adjusted by «GASSER», which is owned by L. Gasser.
- Revolver Gasser M1880 Montenegrin
Gasser M1880 Montenegrin Among Gasser revolvers widespread model «Montenegrin Gasser», the so-called "Montenegrin model.
- Revolver Hermann Weihrauch Arminius HW 3
Arminius HW 3 kalibra.22 LR In 1899, the German master gunsmith Vayrauh Hermann (Hermann Weihrauch) founded the company in Zella St. Blaziene (Zella St. Blasii (1919 - Zella-Mehlis)) and started to make shotguns.
- Revolver Hermann Weihrauch Arminius HW 4
Arminius HW 4 a barrel length of 2.5 inches (Old model) In 1948 German gunsmith Vayrauh Hermann (Hermann Weihrauch) created the company «Hermann Weihrauch KG» in the Bavarian town Mellrihshtadt (Mellrichstadt). Since this period, the production of firearms in Germany was forbidden Vayrauh manufacture spare parts for bicycles and mopeds.
- Revolver IOF 0.32 Revolver
IOF 0.32 Mk I In 1995, the Indian company «Indian Ordnance Factories Board» launched production of pocket revolver IOF 0.32 (also known as IOF 32 Revolver), calculated for the cartridges kalibra.32. This weapon is a modification of the English revolver Webley Mk IV Pocket Model, created in the first half of the twentieth century, the company «Webley & Scott» and produced in kalibrah.38, i.22 .32 LR. device model revolver IOF 0.32 device IOF 0.32 Revolver is completely analogous to that of the English model.
- Revolver James Hill Model
James Hill Model In 1867, the company «Webley & Son» Birmingham released revolver which in 1868 was adopted by the Royal Police Ireland (Royal Irish Constabulary), received an appropriate name RIC.
- Revolver model Arminius Waffenwerk
Arminius caliber 7.65 mm With concealed hammer and folding trigger In the late XIX century German gunsmith Pikkert Friedrich (Friedrich Pickert) organized in Zella St. Blasii (1919 - Zella-Mehlis) company «Arminius Waffenwerk», which is engaged in production of handguns until 1945.
- Revolver model Webley Pryse
Webley Pryse In 1876 English gunsmith from Birmingham Charles Price (Charles Pryse) patented an improved system for the trigger latching drum revolver shot in the manufacture special projection.
- Revolver model Wilkinson-Webley
Wilkinson-Webley Sample 1884 At the end of the 1870s the owner of London trading company «Henry Wilkinson & Son», specializing in cold steel, resorted to an interesting commercial move.
- Revolver Revolver arr 1895
Nagan sample 1892 (Prototype Nagant mod 1895) famous 7.62mm Nagant revolver adopted by the Russian Army in 1895, was developed in Belgium and has a long history of its appearance and use.
- Revolver Nagant M 1878/1886 / Nagant M 1886
Nagant M 1878/1886 In 1878 adopted the Belgian army and the gendarmerie was adopted revolver Nagant M 1878, created a family enterprise Nagant brothers «Fabrique d'Armes Emile et Leon Nagant» (arms factory Emil and Leon Nagant) - older brother Emil revolver.
- Revolver Nagant M 1878
Nagant M 1878 Belgium, which had in the XIX century, a traditionally strong arms production, held one of the first places in Europe for the manufacture of small arms. Among many other Belgians involved in the design models of handguns, there were two entrepreneurs - Emile Nagant brothers (1830 - 1902 GG) and Henri-Leon Nagant (1833 - 1900 GG), who worked in the biggest center of arms Belgium - Liege.
- Revolver Nagant M 1883
Nagant M 1883 revolver Nagant M 1878, entered service with the Belgian army got enough appreciation of their combat and service and performance characteristics that influenced the decision of the Belgian Armed Forces Command to unify all the samples of regular personal defense weapon.
- Revolver Nagant M 1884 Luxemburg
Nagant M 1884 Luxemburg Officer Nagant M 1884 Luxemburg Safety View of the safety lever In the early 1880s, armed with a small European country Luxembourg rifles were Remington-Nagant, The manufactured by the Belgian company «Fabrique d'Armes Emile et Leon Nagant» (arms factory Emil and Leon Nagant). When in 1884 there was a need for a new army has handguns, the Luxembourg Government also requested the Belgian gunsmiths - Nagant brothers, received by the time the popularity of the development and production of their own revolvers.
- Revolver Nagant M 1887
Nagant M 1887 In 1878, Belgium adopted was adopted 9.4-mm revolver Nagant M in 1878, developed a family enterprise Nagant brothers «Fabrique d'Armes Emile et Leon Nagant» (arms factory Emil and Leon Nagant) - older brother Emil revolver.
- Revolver Nagant M 1893
Nagant M in 1893 Norwegian In 1887, the Swedish army is adopting revolver Nagant M 1887 and orders his Belgian production company Revolver brothers «Fabrique d'Armes Emile et Leon Nagant» (arms factory Emil and Leon Nagant), where it was created.
- Revolver Nagant M 1895
Nagant M 1895 Release 1898 Produced by Belgian firm Nagant famous 7.62mm Nagant revolver adopted by the Russian Army in 1895, was developed in Belgium and has a long history of its appearance.
- Revolver Nagant M 1910
Nagant M 1910 Since 1892, the Belgian firm brothers Emil and Leon Nagant takes part in the competition for the Russian government short-modern piece of personal weapons.