Hood Firearms "Rob Roy" .32 RF Pocket Revolver
Another from Hood Firearms. Hood Firearms was in business in the 1870's and '80's, in Norwich, CT. They made primarily pocket revolvers of varying qualities, many of which can be classified as "Suicide Specials". The "Rob Roy" line would fall into this category.
This model is a .32 rf long variant, in good condition, with very little of the original finish remaining. The gun is a silver-grey patina, with some nickel on the cylinder and barrel. The rosewood grips are fine, without cracks and only a tiny chip missing at the toe of the frame, and about 80% varnish. The action works, but the cylinder is a bit loose in the frame. 3 inch barrel, 5 shot cylinder. The bore is dull with shallow rifling visible. Rated good overall. SN 4105


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