I don't own a gun. I do have a large dog. I'd have to wake him up first, though lol
(he's a very sound sleeper, plus he's hearing-impaired).
Now that I think about it, that is a left hand gun.
Somehow, I think Taurus is more likely to have reversed the negative
than to have set up a production of left hand, pink revolvers.
That's a scary story! We were traveling last week when our neighbor called to tell us our alarm tripped in the middle of the night. Twice. We felt bad for her. Her husband went over with the police, but didn't find anything out of the ordinary. The alarm company told us it wasn't a window or door zone, but the motion detector in the kitchen. Eek. Our dog, Jack, was safely boarded in a doggie hotel. We cut our trip short by a day.
Not sure about that gun, though. It's a big step. Does it come in pink?
Really? Pink was pretty advanced for the 50's. The good colors are normally anodized aluminum, which is why the Taurus pictured has pink frame, with everything else remaining blued steel. I don't offhand when S&W came out with the Airweight Chief's Special, but it was one of the first.