Eustaquio Olariaga Revolver
Photographs by Jim Stoddard
This posting represents a plea for more information about the revolver shown and the company that made it. The gun has no proof marks and, as proofs were not required by law in Spain until 1923, we presume the
gun is earlier. Externally it is a copy of a Smith and Wesson Military and Police model. However, this gun does not have a side plate. It was made in Eibar, Spain, and is chambered for the .32
Winchester center fire round, also known as the .32-20.