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[I have inherited a 22 cal pistol, long rifle. It is stamped ' LA Deputy' on the butt, grips appear to be fake stag horn, barrel is marked 'Germany' and is 4" long. Appears to be a 6 shot single action. There are 3 symbols on the frame of the gun just below the cylinder that I cannot make out. Any ideas as to age, manufacture or value?
 

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There were a couple German manufacturers of cheap .22 single actions. Rohm was the most common, but they all are pretty much the same.

Most dated from the 80s; their numbers dropped off during the 90s, and I don't believe they are imported any longer. In absolutely mint condition, they might fetch $100. Keep it if it has sentimental value. If not, sell it for whatever you can get, and get a good .22 wheelgun..... A Ruger Single Six or a Smith & Wesson K-22.
 
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