Two cylinder revolver. Each cylinder contains a firing pin located
between two of the chambers. The rear cylinder is locked with the
firing pin under the hammer by a pin protruding from the recoil shield.
When the revolver is fully loaded, six shots point towards the muzzle
and six towards the breech! After the first six are fired, the two
cylinders, which are fastened together by a nipple shield, are turned
end for end and remaining six shots are ready for firing. The chambers
were constructed so that the nipples could be screwed out and metallic
cartridges used. Probably no production was made.