by NRA Museums Staff - Thursday, March 24, 2016
This unusual little pocket pistol was designed in Germany with ultimate concealment in mind. Operating without an external hammer and with a folding trigger, this tiny gun all but disappeared when in someone’s pocket. Loaded with four shots, you had to manually rotate the bar magazine in the center of the gun 180 degrees to access the other two shots.
The accompanying ad is from the Schoverling, Daly & Gales mail-order catalog out of New York from 1903. Bet you can’t find one for $9.00 today!