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Revolver camera: a Colt 38 carrying a small camera that automatically takes a picture when you pull the trigger. At the left: six pictures taken by the camera. New York, 1938

The Snagmag is a cool piece of gun gear that allows you to carry a spare magazine in your pocket. It's a great alternative to a standard ammo pouch.

Colt .38 Super - Full coverage engraving is definitely in play for this Colt handgun, with elegant small floral scroll outlined by gold inlay work. 1929 was the year Colt introduced the updated version of the .38 Auto., originally calling this semi-rimmed round the .38 Super Auto. In addition to Colt semi-autos including the Government Model and the Commander/Combat Commander, the Thompson submachine gun was also chambered for the .38 Super round. NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA

where your grouping is on target tells you if you are pulling with proper part of trigger finger

COP .357 Derringer A tiny little 4-barreled pistol chambered in .357 Magnum. COP stands for Compact Off-Duty Police. Recoil is fairly stout considering how small the gun is but it can safely use .38 Special as well. Each pull of the trigger activates the firing pin; you cannot fire all 4 barrels at once.