Ok, what do we have here?

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  1. Von Hayes

    Von Hayes

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    What is this? And value......not mine......

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    All I know is it's a 45.....possibly rimfire....and supposedly s/n is under 10.....
     
  2. orangejeep06

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    I think it’s a Webley.
    .455 caliber iirc
     
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  3. Valmet

    Valmet M62/76 Silver Member

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    I don’t think it’s a Webley. Looks like it could be Italian or Spanish mfg possibly.
     
  4. DrewBone

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    It appears to be an example like the one shown below:

    Italian Glisenti Early Model Double Action Ordnance Revolver, 10.35mm, 6 1/4-inch octagonal barrel. Blued finish. Checkered walnut grips. Lanyard ring.

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    More pictures here...
     
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  5. SargeMO

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    While I can't make out the proof marks, the general configuration is similar to the various Belgian police and constabulary revolvers and their many Spanish copies.
     
  6. bac1023

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    Pics are terrible, but it’s definitely not a Webley
     
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    FullClip Native Mainiac CLM

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