Throughout the past several centuries, handguns have sprouted several evolutionary branches. Some of these branches are shorter than others. We look at five of the shortest, and the reasons behind them. See if you agree with me.
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Rohm Model RG 10 double-action .22 short caliber six-shot capacity revolver with its original packaging purchased at the Golden Valley Sportcenter in Minnesota. The revolver is made of blued steel and has checkered white plastic grips with round “ROHM” medallions. The original two-piece paper box bears a black “RG 10″ medallion. Also included are a cylindrical cleaning brush and an instruction page in English and German. Made in Sontheim, Germany……worth $19.95 in 1967, and about that much today….