Posted July 3, 2018 2:30 am by Comments

By Joey Clementine

Ah, the Rohm RG. The antidote to the theory that everything German-made is high quality. This one looks to be a Rosco Vest Pocket-marked example. They were sold under a lot of names pre-GCA68, although they normally came with a trigger guard. (Photo: LAPD)
They’re recovered from suspicious persons during traffic stops and big busts. Some say “another gun off the streets” while others “out of the hands of criminals.” Here’s a collection of revolvers police across the country have picked up.
Not every day you come across a Colt Python 2-incher. (Photo: LAPD)
An H&R 999 Sportsman .22LR top break revolver is not what you typically see criminals with in the movies (Photo: NYPD)
Another Harrington & Richardson. While some collectors really like these, you can get into one for sub $100-ish. (Photo: NYPD)
Another H&R but what is with the assortement of bullets? Seriously, how many calibers is that? (Photo: NYPD)
At least the bullets match (Photo: NYPD)
Beantown is an S&W town, after all, the factory in Springfield is only about 90 miles to the West, so this J-frame should feel right at home. (Photo: Boston Police Department)
Or this early K-frame (Photo: Boston Police Department)
Speaking of K’s…(Photo: Boston Police Department)
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