Revolver of the type vélodog to central percussion and box frame.
The rather short barrel is round with front sight in half-moon.
The hammer ball is bored just like the swell end of the folding trigger under the trigger guard.
The cylinder with 6 blows of gauge 5,5 vélodog is alveolate.
The loading is practiced by a side door dropping thanks to the action of an internal spring.
The rod swivels on an axis then slide in a guide to be introduced into each room for unloading.
The grips in wood (walnut tree?) are finely squared and maintained by a transverse screw and two rivet washers.
The weapon is presented a case of leather at clasp way carry currency.
This part presents markings of the proofhouse of Liege, namely:
ELG on star in a crowned oval: acceptance post 1893.
B under star: countermark of the controller post 1877.
PV under a stylized lion: test with the powder without smoke, of use of 1868 to 1968.
R under a crown: rifled bore, of use of 1894 to 1968.
The weapon present also two stamps of unknown origin on the barrel, is:
L under crown: could this mark possibly be the mark of the founder of cylinder?
O: mark unknown.
The metal amounts of stick present various marks of subcontractor like HJM and DL which are not identified.
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