A hammerless revolver, a short time ago, would have been considered an unsafe weapon.
The time of its construction was before the days of the hammerless.
This could be still further improved upon by making it hammerless; that is with an internal hammer.
If it is a hammerless gun, remember that it is always cocked.
From his coat pocket Britz produced the weapon, a gleaming steel revolver of the hammerless variety.
In 1871 T. Murcott patented a hammerless gun, the first to obtain distinct success.
The pistol he used was a Smith & Wesson hammerless safety pocket pistol.