Pistol with a rotary magazine, which usually contains six cartridge chambers.
Tubular part that guides the trajectory of the projectile.
Part that triggers the shot by striking the firing pin, which in turn strikes the cartridge primer causing the powder charge to explode.
The bottom part of the gun that is used to hold and aim it.
Device that is pressed to fire the weapon.
Metal piece covering and protecting the trigger.
Cylindrical rotary magazine that contains the cartridges.
Opening through which the projectile leaves the barrel.
Metal aiming device attached to the front of the barrel.