michael koncal: I have a eig import from Germany. It is a exact copy of your pistol. Popular in the 50s. All the bad things you said about damaging the gun happened the my gun. It is wore out bad but still shoots good.
grant freemont: It look exactly like a Herbert Schmidt that was made in Germany right down to every pin and screw including the exact placement and size .your grip might be smaller but it might just look that way do to the bevel on the sides.
jb jb: I actually just got a western six all chrome it was pass down to me is it a decent gun
JOHN BENDER: my dad had one in nickel with both 22 an 22mag cylinders
stevestanley2008: I just was handed down this gun. Mine is all gold. With a pearl handle. It says made in the USA on it . All other info is on the barrel . The gun is super clean no rust , looks new . The only thing is their is a crack in the handle that would need to be replaced to make it look mint. But like everyone else here I know nothing about this gun. When it was made or the worth of it. Also this is my first gun so I am trying to find out anything I can , thanks
William Waldron: check is in the mail.
William Waldron: the check is in the mail.
William Waldron: Not sure if I sent you the correct email address. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
William Waldron: email@example.com
depletedyourcranium: Send me a message with your email and I'll send you some pics and work out the details.
William Waldron: I got them. Would it be possible to send a picture of the cyclinder? Do you also have the golden trigger and hammer as well? If I decide to buy, do I mail you a check?
depletedyourcranium: Check your inbox, William, I sent you the measurements of mine.
depletedyourcranium: I'm almost positive all of the cylinders are the same size regardless of the barrel length... many of the guns were sold with both a 22 lr and 22 mag cylinder
William Waldron: I'm interested, my kimmil pistol is 4/12 long. My concern is the cyclinder my be to long if it is not for a 41/2 long pistol. I will measure my 22 mag cyclinder tonight and let you know how long the it is.
depletedyourcranium: its gold like in the video. It's a little on the rough side, but should be plenty functional. I'll even test it in my revolver first just to be certain. I could let it go for $35 shipped.
William Waldron: What color and how much? The color of pistol is nickel plated.
ItsHunterFool: Could anyone sell me one? Message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
depletedyourcranium: I have a .22 LR cylinder I would sell you
depletedyourcranium: could be the grooves on the back of the cylinder are worn or the revolver's hand is worn, or both. could be that its just dirty on the inside and the hand isn't able to come out far enough... I would carefully disassemble it, clean it good, put it back together and see if that fixes it. 90% of the problems I have with old revolvers are cured with a thorough cleaning
fhgm2277: i need the 22 mag cylinder.
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.