Little All Right Palm Pistol
Courtesy Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Squeezer-type pocket pistol, invented by E. Boardman and A. Peavy in 1876. Made in .22-caliber. Had 5-shot cylinder, with 1.625" or 2.375" barrel. Barrel octagonal, with tube on top which houses sliding trigger. Finish nickel. Black hard rubber grips have "Little All Right" & "All Right Firearms Co., Manufacturers Lawrence, Mass. U.S.A." molded into them. Several hundred produced in late 1870s.