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Old August 23, 2010, 05:06 PM   #4
James K
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In the heyday of the Saturday Night Special, a number of European companies that had previously made starter or tear gas pistols began to make cartridge pistols for the American market. After the 1968 law banned most from import, the companies either failed or went back to making non-guns. Some actually did improve their products, but they were the exceptions.

If that gun was made in 1962, it probably was just before or contemporaneous with the .22 version described by the OP. Neither has any real value except as an illustration of "how low can you go" in revolver manufacture.

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