Posted this on /r/Guns but I figured y'all might have a better idea. I had not been online for a long time, and when I finally checked my e-mails, I saw a 1984 Detonics catalog sell on eBay. I was drawn to the particular catalog because it features a picture and mention of the elusive Detonics Modular Top-Break revolver, but when I checked out the seller's pictures, I saw this picture (best quality I've got - sorry): The picture seems to feature not only the Top-Break, but also an unknown double-action semi-automatic pistol (and a much-less interesting Pocket 9/380 - likely). Now, my JPEG translation skills are a little rusty, but I think I've put together what the page has written on it (relevant text in bold): "NEW DESIGNS In response to market demand as well as the needs of the law enforcement and security communities, DETONICS has developed three exciting new firearms. In the spirit of the original DETONICS .45, our engineers have designed the smallest 9mm parabellum in the world. This new weapon is a double action auto, constructed of DETONICS superior stainless steels. This pocket pistol incorporates the simplicity of design genius with the efficiency of high technology production at a very reasonable price. Our second new pistol is a large frame, stainless steel double action automatic. This gun features ambidextrous firing pin safety, 8 round magazine, adjustable sights, barrel lengths from 5 to 8 inches, chambering in .45 ACP or the fearsome .451 DETONICS MAGNUM. Unique to this design is a totally new locking system which provides for greater inherent accuracy. DETONICS has at last responded to the wishes of revolver enthusiasts the world over, in presenting a newly designed top-break revolver. A patent-pending wedge lock system insures reliability where previous top-breaks failed. An unbelievably versatile weapon, from an optional single shot .30-30 to the .45 long Colt and .44 magnum. Barrel lengths and/or calibers can be changed in seconds. The top-break allows for reloading speed that rivals the automatics. Available in calibers from .357 to .45 long Colt, with a 7 shot cylinder." Some of you may be aware of my crippling gun-hipster addiction, but if not, all you need to know is that I need to know absolutely everything about this gun, right now. It looks like the prodigal .45 SACM 1935A/Seecamp 1911 love-child of my dreams, and that arouses more than just my interest. I've started a page for it on my website, and will update it regularly. Thanks in advance!