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Smith & Wesson No. 2 Revolver - Smith & Wesson offered both .22 and .32 caliber single-action revolvers during the American Civil War period. The larger sized. 32 or No. 2 revolver was also called the “Old Army” and was actually made from 1861 to 1874. Who carried one? General George Custer & “Wild Bill” Hickock are both known to have owned examples of these six-shooters. Bear in mind the smaller No. 1 model in .22 was a 7-shot revolver. Located both NRA Museums in Fairfax, VA & Springfield…


NRA National Firearms Museum

Hammond Bulldog. Made in Naubuc, CT, this single-shot and with its standard four-inch barrel was a little big to be called a derringer. While most of the nearly 8,000 examples made were in .44 caliber – there were also .22, .32 and .50 caliber ones built.