I'm currently in the possession of two guns. A very old revolver and a more "modern" sidearm (modern looking, but I think it's old). Unfortunately finding information about these guns appears to be rather difficult.
From what I can tell the revolver is a .22 cal (NOT sure about this!) single-action, single-shot German WW2 revolver (It says Schmidt on the side and looks a bit like a Ruger Redhawk). I do not have a picture of this revolver so I don't think it will be so easily identified here.
However I am currently more interested in the more "modern" sidearm. I am unable to find any information about it. It has a logo on the grip: SM. I've looked on Wikipedia (also for now defunct weapon manufactures) and other sites, but I can't seem to find any manufacturer that uses SM as their logo let alone any information regarding the pistol itself. It’s a very small pistol and doesn’t look like it packs a punch, but I am a complete novice in the world of guns (and I really mean it!). I think it’s a semi-automatic 9mm handgun but I don’t really know why I come to that conclusion since I have very little knowledge about firearms.
In any case I was wondering if someone is familiar with this gun and can tell me what exactly it is. I made a picture of it in the hopes someone recognizes it:
Thanks in advance!
PS: Please pardon any spelling and grammar errors, English is not my first language. Thank you.