Does this help?
Some pictures would probably help too.
Welcome to the forum.
i have a german revolver that i can't find any info on
HS on handle
HS Modell 10 and serial number on bottom of handle
Germany stamped on barrell and cylinder
768 stamped on cylinder also
cal 22lr stamped on barrell
4 inch barrell
has some small stamps on body of gun that i can't tell what they are
one is a badge style design with 68 inside
any help would be appreciated
also first time on board, looking forward to the site
Nice find, Jeff!
Damn yahoo answers has come in handy on a lot of my searches these days too. I have not liked yahoo for so long that I never went till recently. Handy little thing it is.
....Yeah.pics would really be nice. they help a lot!
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H&S Model 10 .22 LR handgun. I have one myself that was passed down to me from my grandmother. Mine has a 5.5 inch barrel, wild west design to the gun with a white handle, has a lever on right side to load & unload the cylinder, cylinder holds 8, and is double action on firing. I myself have had many problems locating this gun online.
hi all! New to this site. I also have a German HS modell 10. I don't know much about it, but suspect ti was made in the 50's - 60's. It's an 8 shot 22 lr, finish in good shape 90-95% +. Gutted & cleaned it...nice little piece. Any of you that have more info, please let me know. Like to know appx age, value and anything else. I'm obviously a newby to this site, so anything is appreciated. Thanks, Wolf.
H&S 22LR with pearl handle: Seems we have a similar problem. I have lost the (plunger) that fits underneath the barrell. On the barrell and base of handle there is a number 330583. Have talked with several gunsmith but cannot get any information.
GregC, I am having same problem with my H Schmidt model 21S 357 Magnum single action (western style) revolver. Can only find limited information on the manufacturer and nothing specific on the gun, including any kind of value. Even local gun shop owners cannot seem to help.
Mine is in very good condition and I shoot on a fairly regular basis (until it started getting so difficult to obtain ammunition).