Velo-Dog Revolver

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Belgian Velo-Dog Revolver - 5.75mm Velo-Dog
Velo-Dog revolver, an early version with fixed trigger.

The Velo-Dog was a pocket revolver originally created in France by Charles-François Galand in the late 19th century as a defense for cyclists against dog attacks. The name is a portmanteau of "velocipede" and "dog". Velo-Dog revolvers were manufactured in France, Belgium, Spain, Russia and other countries in numerous versions, often with folding triggers. While the original version used specially designed 5.75mm cartgidge, other models used .22 LR, .25 ACP and some other cartridges.



Title Actor Character Note Date
M Seen among confiscated guns 1931
Chapaev Boris Blinov Commissar Furmanov 1934
The Great Spy Chase (Les Barbouzes) Bernard Blier Eusebio Cafarelli 1964
Rum Runners (Boulevard du Rhum) Brigitte Bardot Linda LaRue 1971
With Clean Hands (Cu mainile curate) Stefan Mihailescu-Braila Buciurligă 1972
With Clean Hands (Cu mainile curate) Aimee Iacobescu Charlotte 1972
Morgiana Nina Divísková Otýlie 1972
Petrovka, 38 Several different versions seen in ballistic laboratory 1980


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Road to Calvary (Khozhdenie po mukam) Vyacheslav Yezepov Nikolay Ivanovich Smokovnikov Ep.1 1977
Fantômas Helmut Berger Fantômas Ep.1 1980
Kristina van Eyck Princess Sonia Danidoff
Jacques Dufilho Inspector Juve Ep.2
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Gayle Hunnicutt Irene Adler Nickel plated; (S01E01) 1984
Hearts of Three (Serdtsa tryokh) Alyona Khmelnitskaya Leoncia Solano 1992
Foyle's War - Season 8 Honeysuckle Weeks Samantha Wainwright "The Eternity Ring" (S8E1) 2013

J.G.A. Revolver

(1914 -????)

J.G.A. Hammerless Revolver - 6.75 mm Browning

The J.G.A. was a pocket revolver originally created in J.G. Anschutz Germania-Waffenfabrik in Zella St. Blasii.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Four Murders Are Enough, Darling Iva Janzurová Kate Draxl 1971

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