From a New England collection comes this transitional revolver from the RG10 family. This is an Omega model 100 Revolver, .22 Short Caliber. Manufacturer was EM-GE Sportgeräte GmbH & Co. Gerstetten, Germany. Importer is unknown. Serial number is 134000 range, we estimate it was manufactured in 1966 or 1967. Type is side loading, single and double action revolver, with manual ejection through the port with the removable ejector pin. Construction is steel one piece barrel, cylinder, hammer, trigger, and internal parts fitted into a zinc alloy / zamak pot metal frame with pot metal collar type front sight, and with white plastic grip panels. Chambering is .22 Short Only, and cylinder capacity is 6 rounds. It will not chamber .22 Long or Long Rifle caliber ammunition. Barrel is 2 1/2 inch one piece, pinned into place, with steel inner barrel that has 8 groove right hand 1:16 rifling. Sights are muzzle collar blade front, with frame integral fixed notch rear. Trigger is .220 smooth face, with .195 width serrated spur hammer. Ignition is hammer nose firing pin. Mechanism does Not have a transfer bar, so the revolver should be loaded with 5 rounds and the hammer resting on an empty chamber. Frame is square butt type, small frame. Weight empty is 12.5 ounces, with center of gravity at the rear cylinder face. Surface detractions on this Omega 100 are moderate to extensive, an etchy spot on the left side of the barrel, and edge wear here and there. We rate it as Good, 65 to 70 percent vicinity by our estimate. Photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Double action trigger pull is tight but smooth 12 pound vicinity. Trigger rebound is sluggish, and often requires a little push to return it to fire position. On both single and double action, the cylinder times correctly on all six positions. Cylinder has no lateral play with the trigger fully depressed. From the minimal carbon deposits on the cylinder face, we estimate this Omega has been fired fewer than 200 times. We’re offering the LBJ era Omega 100 in the photos, however, for only $ 89.00.
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