You are correct, I was thinking about the 1917 model I have in my safe that belongs to a family member. Of course the model of 1917 is 45 acp. Not an error just an old feeble mind is my excuse.it is obviously a S&W copy but it isn’t a 1917 because it isn’t large enough to be a .45 caliber. Although similar there are differences in the hand ejector copy that Ranger posted If you look closely at the details. Copies of the .hand ejector models were produced in several frame sizes and were made in factories as well as cottage industries in various countries. The mid sized .32/38 K frame and small .32/.22 I frame are the most common. Some copies were produced without roll marks, making it difficult or impossible to identify their origin. If the OP would post photos of any markings on the barrel and frame, it might be possible to provide a proper identification.
I think I said that at post 4.I finally found it. This is an Orbea Hermanos revolver, made in Eibar. They made high quality hand-ejectors that were Sliiiightly different from S&Ws. The company was founded in 1840, and stopped making guns in 1926. I have one of their "Model 1" Smith Top-breaks in my collection.
The company is still in business as a bicycle maker.