I posted some other pics of this gun on the "other" forum a long time ago, but I needed to take some updated pictures, so thought I'd throw it up here. The bullets shown are .32 Colt, but research on the gun leads me to believe that isn't the proper caliber. It's obviously Swedish and as I understand it, they were imported in large numbers with metric calibers. Anyway, my Dad caught the bank robber after a short pursuit, one in which my mother inadvertantly informed the fleeing robber that he had a flat tire! In the picture, the bag has the recovered money. That's my Dad in uniform smoking the cigarette. The letter is from J. Edgar Hoover to my father; somewhere along the way, the signature had something dripped on it, causing the ink to run. It's a real signature though. After the trial, the local FBI man gave it to my Dad as a keepsake. Those are the bullets that were in the gun when it was recovered. I was just inspecting the gun and I notice that the cylinder will not lock up unless it is cocked in single action. Unless it's cocked, it just freely spins! Guess I won't be doing any shooting with it soon! Actually it's on display with many of my Dad's old cop things.