Hello, Recently, I came into possession of this old revolver which my grandfather brought back from World War II. As he is not with us anymore, we are unsure of how and where he obtained it, and would love to know any and all possible information about it.
The Pistol is just over 6" long, and 3 3/4" tall, it's barrel has "Ka.. 380" inscribed on it (We assume it's caliber .38), Just above the cylinder there are the words "Arminius" and "Dejtsche-Industrie", the handle is made of wood, and has the face of who we assume to be Arminius, On the Cylinder/crane/the bolt holding the cylinder/ and the cylinder guard all have the number "467" on them (we dont know what this means). Also on the bottom is what we assume to be a serial number...
Lastly, the barrel, Frame and Cylinder all have an odd marking that looks like two crowns on top of each other, and a "U" under them
Any help you could offer is GREATLY appreciated as me and my family have tried for days now to find information on this pistol