Derringer 1866 Double Barrel Non-Firing Replica
Designed by William Elliot, this famous .41 caliber, two-shot, single-action derringer was manufactured for over forty years. The hinged barrel of this replica gun swings upward for easy reloading. This Non-Firing Old West collectible has engraved barrels and plastic grips. Over 150,00 of these Double Barrelled Derringers were made in the period 1866 - 1935, and it is possibly the best known Derringer-style pistol. Its exceptional popularity is illustrated by the fact that it remained on the market for 69 years. Ladies of the West could hide them in their purse, riverboat gamblers could conceal them for ready availability and any individual in need of security could carry the little gun unnoticed. Many variations in finish and decoration were made, and this non-firing replica, in an engraved and plated finish, represents one of the the more expensive models. 1866 DOUBLE BARREL DERRINGER-NON FIRING: Designed by William Elliot of Remington this famous 40.41 caliber, two shot, single action pistol was manufactured for over 70 years. Hinged barrels swing upward for easy reloading. This Old West collectible has engraved barrels and plastic grips. Lenght: 4.75" Weight: 1 Lb.
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