Burglar Alarm Revolver

Back in the good old days when homeowners had more rights than burglars, you could purchase one of these 6-shot repeaters, run a bolt through the hole in the flat handle into a door, and when the Beagle Boy entered the premises it would fire either a blank alarm round or a ball cartridge in the direction of the unwanted intruder. This little all-metal dissuader sold for the bargain price of $3.50 in 1907, legal fees not included.


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