Almost forgot about this one because I don't shoot it. The lockwork is worn, springs are weak, so I probably wouldn't shoot it even if I did have any .32 Short Rimfire ammo. It's a "Defender" revolver circa latter 1870's - 1880's. They were made under a variety of names and were some of the lowest price handguns in that era. Inherited this from an uncle who had never fired it either. I think someone gave it to him many years ago. Now it's just an interesting tidbit in the history of cheap guns. Not even considered a "collectible".