This lot features Forehand Arms Co. .32 Center Fire Top Break Revolver. The revolver features a 3 1/2" barrel, six shot cylinder, hard rubber grips, top break design, and nickel finish. Forehand & Wadsworth (also known as Forehand Arms) was a US firearms manufacturing company based in Worcester, Massachusetts that was formed in 1871 by Sullivan Forehand and Henry C. Wadsworth after the death of their father-in-law, Ethan Allen of Ethan Allen & Company. The revolver shows fair condition, with wear from age and use. The mechanics are intermittent in function. It is missing the firing pin. The bore shows some pitting, with some rifling. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 179322.