As usual, y'all have to have the old man show up. Sheesh!
You have a Spanish copy of the very rare 4.49 mm SHOTGUN. This is a smoothbore, and fires a single pellet. A real challenge on the Sporting Clays range. Made from 1946 to 1946.
The originals were produced for a very short period of time, due to morals charges being brought against the creator- Fauntleroy "Red" Ryder. He was convicted of contributing to the deliquency of a minor- his companion, "Little Beaver" Horowitz. This came to light when Little Beaver enagaged in a shooting spree at his college, the Indiana Institute. He attacked the sign in front of the building, and shot out all the I's.
The 1493 Armalite was only available in a left handed model.