Model 27 came in 1935 and was the first bar named Magnum . caliber - 357 magnum - was also developed by Smith and Wesson . there was no immediate success , and was not popular until the 1960s. model 27 was doleful and heavy, but had a nice mechanism with good extraction and good precision. it has been out of their output in a few years , but the factory stock many other similar revolvers .
It was made in 1935 by USA
it weighs 1,4 kg, it is 21 cm long and uses 357 Magnum bullets
Charter Arms revolvers began making in 1964 , and undercover was the first model . it is a fairly conventional design , typical of which Americans call a " Belly gun "
It was made in 1964 by USA
It weighs 0,45 kg, is 5 cm long and uses 38 special bullets
The earliest British revolver guns had retained some details from Pepperbox stroke mechanism. this copy is made of the famous gunsmith Joseph Long in London. In Hindsight he is most known for shotguns , but his revolver pistols also sold well for a short time.
It was made in 1855 by Britain.
It weighs 1,4 kg, it is 15 cm long and uses 44 caliber bullets
1851 Navy sold well - about 260,000 were produced in total. the new 1861 model competed against the old and did not achieve equal sales about 40 000. The caliber is the same as in 1851 , to officially designated 36. But the bullets have diameter 0.375 inches, so it should rather be called 38 .
It was made in 1861 by USA (again)
It weighs 1,2 kg, it is 19 cm long and uses 36 (.375 but who cares?) Caiber bullets
Hope you enjoyed the revolver minicomp ;D
what kind of weapons should i do next? :/