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My uncle was given the revolver in the title line and pictured below. Does anyone have any information on this particular revolver? I have heard that some ROHM handguns are unsafe to shoot and if that's the case with this particular ROHM, I will tell him it's not safe to shoot.

The revolver is single action and there are three stops when cocking the hammer. I am familiar with half-cock and full-cock but not with a revolver having three levels of cocking. Any input on that feature will also be appreciated.



Thanks, in advance.
 

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The the first hammer position keeps the hammer from resting on the firing pin so it won't go off if bumped. Then there is half cocked and full cocked.

Rohm's are innaccurate, cheap pot metal POS guns. Being a 22 I wouldn't think it would be unsafe to shoot unless the cylinder is completely out of sync or there is some other apparent problem.
 
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