.25cal Schuller Reform Pistol,
Designed by August Schuller during the early 1900’s, this little pistol has a truly bizarre design. It has four barrels grouped horizontally together in a barrel block. The pistol was double action and when fired, the barrel block would elevate and the empy cartridge would be ejected through gas pressure. Occasionaly empty casing would be ejected straight into a users face. The last round had to be removed manually. Once emptied the user just had to reload the four chambers and push the barrel block back into place.