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Flobert revolvers?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by greenr18, Jan 27, 2009.

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  1. greenr18

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    I know it's more a European thing but the concept is interesting to me from a collector's standpoint, but where could someone buy one of those modern production Flobert revolvers that fire 4 or 6mm bbs from rimfire casings? I'd also be interested in the flobert revolvers that fire rubber bullets or the ones that fire birdshot only... but I can't find them anywhere
     
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    nobody knows? heres a pic of the modern ones with some ammo

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    I don't know of any importer bringing in the guns or the ammo.

    Probably a GCA-68 thing on import restrictions of small "saturday night special" type guns.

    Have you considered just shooting .22 CB caps in a .22 revolver?

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    late post from mid europe

    I have at home one of those: http://mujweb.atlas.cz/Obchod/J.DRESSLER/?X
    Mr. Dressler is a small gunmaker from czech rep. I have a mini revolver, very well made, high quality materials, shoots accurate up to 10-15m .. small funky gun :)
    His guns are not like other czech flobert revolvers(Kora, Alfa) that wants to look like a real weapon, but his design is optimalised for 22. flobert ammo. so they are really small..
    I ordered mine via email I had to wait one month because he makes them only for order.

    Also there is one more similar gunmaker in CZ but I cannot reach him because he has no email! but some web is here. http://www.interkat.cz/torop/
    It says that he is old deaf man and takes orders only via snail mail. Also avilable for mail order is a catalogue.

    In hungary there is also one company that make flobert revolvers named Keseru but it is known that quality is low. I did not see any of that guns so I cant really tell...
     
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