Belgian .22 Short Mini Pocket Revolver

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Intro music by Dylan Benson – http://dbproductioncompany.webs.com

Today we’re looking at an example of a cheap pocket pistol from a century ago – a 6-shot Belgian revolver chambered for .22 Short (sometimes called a Velodog revolver because of their use by cyclists to ward off dogs). Scads of these type of guns were made, often with no markings beyond the legally-required proofs, making them difficult to research today. This particular one is just such an example – beyond its Belgian origin, we know very little about it.

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