Volume 19 of Professor Parabellum's Practical Scrap Metal Small Arms.
This volume provides plans and instructions for a 100% DIY .22 revolver. The design is similar to the .38 Revolver built in Volume 17. As with all Professor Parabellum designs, this is built using laminated metal plates, and can be built without the use of a mill or lathe.
"The following drawings are reverse engineered from images of a revolver made by an unknown gunsmith in Russia. The design is both double and single action with a manually turned six shot cylinder which is indexed with the aid of a spring loaded detent. A removable pin held in place via friction allows the c ylinder to be removed for loading and also doubles as a cartridge extraction rod when unloading. Only basic hand tools and a welder are required for construction of the gun, which uses steel plate and round bar stock for the majority of its components".