Phillips & Rogers, Inc. was best known for the Medusa revolver (covered in a 21MAY2007 A-C-E post), which could fire 25 different cartridges in the .38/.357/9mm range.
As can be clearly seen from the markings on the revolver in the image below, P&R Inc. also produced (or at least converted/customized) a 7.62x39mm revolver. SecurityArms.com shows it only as "Revolver 7.62x39mm -- One of a Kind" and a game site mis-identifies it as a "Yesaul 2" made by the same Ukranian firm which made the Yesaul; but Roger, a frequent A-C-E commenter, picked up on the Phillips & Rogers markings (are may have already known it from other sources.) If anyone reading this has any more information, please share it with us. (Roger Hunziker, where are you?)
It looks somewhat similar to a long cylinder BFR from Magnum Research:
Read about the Yesaul in the continuation
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The Ukranian Yesaul was a 5.45x39mm revolver developed for Ukranian special forces by the Ukranian State Scientific and Technical Centre of Artillery & Rifle Arms (SSTC ARA) in Kiev (or Kyiv in Ukranian). It was the A-C-E "What's the Firearm?" a couple of days ago. Other than the necessary long cylinder, it doesn't bear much resemblance to this revolver.
Here's a BlueBook entry for Phillips and Rogers, Inc.:
PHILLIPS & ROGERS, INC. Previous manufacturer 1992-2003, and located in Huntsville, TX since 1997. Previously located in Conroe, TX circa 1992-1997.
In addition to manufacturing the firearms listed, Phillips & Rogers also made a multi-caliber conversion cylinder for all Ruger .357 Mag., new model Blackhawk revolvers (disc. 1996) - the retail price was $145. Multi-caliber conversion cylinders are also available for the Ruger new Model Blackhawk (allows shooting .45 LC, .45 Win. Mag., or .45 ACP - retail price was $185) and the Ruger Super Blackhawk (converts .44 Mag. to .50 AE - $550). A new version of the Ruger .50 AE conversion was also available for $995.