I came across this tear gas revolver in a batch of other old revolvers I recently purchased. It is different in the fact that there are no markings on it except for the number "1" stamped on the forward face of the cylinder, and on the center pin as shown in the pics. It seems to be a very well made revolver, heavier then usual, with checkered wooden grips. It is chambered for 6-.32 caliber tear gas rounds with the front cylinder chambers stepping down to .22 caliber size.
Anyone ever seen one of these before? Any inputs would be very appreciated.
Old Gun Guy