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I have a .22 revolver with a 6 in. barrel. The only markings on it are, "Liberty" on the right side of the barrel, and under that is, ".22 S.L.LR. Caliber". On the left side of the barrel is, "W.-Germany" and then "A 1077." After that is a symbol that I can only make out as some kind of flower or wheat looking thing. It is a single action, 6 shot pistol that my dad has had since at least 1967.
 

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More than likely made by RG (Rohm), possibly Herman Weirauch, both were makers of low cost .22 revolvers that were imported into the U.S. prior to 1968.
 
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