Hidden beneath the bronzed exterior of Captain Malcolm Reynolds’ Frontier Model B lies a Taurus five-shot .38 revolver. It appeared in the 2005 film “Serenity,” in which Reynolds uttered the legendary line, “I aim to misbehave.”
These single-shot Remington cane guns could be purchased in 1877 for just $10. And if you desired a deluxe carved ivory handle in the shape of a duck or dog head with realistic glass eyes, it would set you back another $5.
One of the great weapon rarities of World War II, this covert “belt buckle” pistol has a dropping front plate that exposes two twin pistol barrels ready to be fired. It is complete with original issue cardboard box.
This two-shot knife pistol hails from Russia and was likely once owned by the nephew of the Tzar. Ivory grips and gold plating set off the twin golden barrels of this pistol. Encasing the ensemble for travel is a fine velvet-covered sheath.