Talk:Great Escape, The

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Possibly a Mauser Zig-Zag or a Weihrauch. Dont think the Germans were into revolvers unless it was privatly bought. Does anyone know of pre-1945 German/European revolvers that could have been used by the Nazis?.

Only the Reichsrevolver, but it looks a bit too small for that.

Unknown revolver - As a purely academic point, since I don't think it can be seen clearly enough to identify, it is worth mentioning the firm of Friedrich Pickert which made a variety of small revolvers up to WW2, under the Arminius brandname (which was then adopted by Weihrauch for their revolvers post-war). They were all solid frame, gate loaded, what might be called bulldog style, and the largest was a 5 shot .38" calibre to give an idea of the size, but some (the models 9 and 10) were actually chambered for the 7.65mm/.32" auto cartridge. IKD 10 Oct 2010

Please Help ID

SS officers at the train station are seen with revolvers of unknown make and model. Please help ID. --Ben41 (talk) 01:32, 21 November 2014 (EST)

An SS officer at the police station with an unknown revolver.
Closeup an unknown revolver.
The length and shape of ejector rod resemble some Arminius model. Greg-Z (talk) 02:59, 21 November 2014 (EST)



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