Dutch Model 94 (Colonial Model) Revolver (AH6751)
The six-shot 9.4mm double action Model 94 revolver was used by the Dutch Colonial Army from 1894 to 1945. The 4.3" octagon barrel has a very good bore with a ring toward the muzzle. The gun has approx. 85% blue turning brown. It has two crown over B inspection marks on the left side of the frame and a crown over E insptction mark on the left side of the hammer. The unit mark AA 89 is on the left rear of the frame and an issue date of 1907 is on the left front. The checkered wood grips are worn nearly smooth from use and there are a couple of chips and nicks on the left panel. The lanyard loop is present. The action functions correctly.