The Bodeo Model 1889 was an Italian revolver named after the head of the Italian firearm commission, Carlo Bodeo. It was produced by a wide variety of manufacturers between 1889 and 1931 in both Spain and Italy. The Bodeo was employed by the Royal Italian Army in World War I, the Interwar Italian colonial wars, and World War II.The Bodeo Model 1889 is a solid-framed, six-shot revolver. The revolver was designed in two distinct versions: a round-barreled version designed with a trigger guard, and an octagonal-barreled version with a folding trigger. The octagonal-barreled version was produced for rank and file Italian soldiers, while the round-barreled version was produced for non-commissioned officers and field officers.
- Model:Bordeo 1889
- Caliber: 10.35mm Ordinanza Italiana
- Capacity: 6-Rounds
- Stocks: Walnut
- Barrel Length: 4 inch