US Revolver Company-- 22 Cal

The U.S Revolver Company revolvers were designed to use excess parts from the Safety Hammer Automatic, Second Model, which was replaced by the Safety Hammer Automatic, Third Model in circa 1909.

U.S. Revolver Company revolvers are chambered for smokeless powder ammunition. The only differences between the Iver Johnson regular line of revolvers and the U.S. Revolver Company revolvers is that the hammer version does not have the “Hammer the Hammer” action of the regular line and the hammerless version does not have the safety trigger.

There were three solid frame and five top break models of the U.S. Revolver Company revolvers. Some 843,450 solid frame and top break U.S. Revolver Company revolvers were made in the period circa 1909-1936.