I believe this gun was made in 1933 plus or minus a year. This is a top break revolver, chambered .22lr. It'll shoot shorts and cb caps and what not, but it's still too loud for my sensitive ears. $200, OBO It's got some wear, and a nick out of the stock (wood stocked), but shoots fine. It's got some wobble at the hinge pin, don't know if that's normal or not, but it doesn't seem to affect accuracy very much. I always thought it'd be a great barn gun with rat shot, or a truck gun, or just a general purpose out plinking around gun. I always reach for my buckmark when I want a 22 pistol though, and I could use the money for something else.