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Omega Model 100 .22 short revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Grayrock, Jan 5, 2007.

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  1. Grayrock

    Grayrock Member

    Jan 21, 2003
    The great state of TEXAS

    Can anyone provide info about the above mentioned gun? It has a 6 shot cylinder, 1.75 inch barrel, white plastic grips with "OMEGA" in a medallion. Barrel is stamped "Germany". When were these made? Approximate cost? Disassembly instructions? Parts availability?
  2. kjeff50cal

    kjeff50cal Member

    Oct 13, 2005
    Houston, Texas
    Here's what I've found so far #11361:


    # 11361 - Omega Revolver
    Debra Smiths Al

    Omega - 100 - 22 - short - Don't Know - 88872 -
    Has what looks like a bird marking with N or Z over marking Cannot find anyone who has seen a model like this? Who made it know its from Germany my Aunt had two I inherited one is 100 model the other is an older looking one with a screw on the bottom of grip. The omega emblem is on grip but the older one looks different than the 100 model

    Debra, my guess is that your revolver was probably manufactured by EM-GE of West Germany sometime in the 1960s. The company marked a line of cheap .22 rimfire and .32 center-fire revolvers under the Em, Ge, G&E, Omega and PIC brand names among others. Many shooters (including myself) consider these revolvers unsafe to fire. Value will be in the $50 range if you can find a buyer. Marc
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