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Arminius Model 10


Arminius Model 10

This is a good example of a range of cheap, easy to use revolvers made in Germany from the 1890s to the end of World War 2. The Arminius 10 is inexpensive and simple in operation, but is made of good materials and excellent craftsmanship; they typically survive to this day in good working order. They can be found with and without shrouded hammers, in a variety of calibers.

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Weapontype:
Revolver

Manufacturer:
Friedrich Pickert of Zella St Blasii/Zella Mehlis

Cartridge:
.22 LR, 5.5mm Velo-Dog, .25 ACP, .32 ACP, .320 Revolver, 7.5mm Swiss, 7.62mm Nagant, 7.65mm Browning, .380 Revolver

Chambers:
5 (7.65mm Browning), 7, 8 depending on caliber

Weight:
From 300 g - 610 g depending on model, 460 g (7.65mm Browning)

Length:
155mm (7.65mm Browning)

Barrel:
65mm (7.65mm Browning)

Rifling:
4 grooves, rh

In Production:
1895-1945

 

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