XL DERRINGER PISTOL

$895.00

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Item Code: 31-1571

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Produced in the 1870’s only about 2,000 of these were made.

Octagon blued barrel meas. approx. 2.50 inches and is .41 rimfire. Bore is good with light surface dirt and light rifling. Approx. 50% of the blue remains on the barrel surface. Top flat has a strong stamping of “XL DERRINGER” with “PAT. APR. 5, 1870” on left side. Front blade sight is made of brass.

Plated frame shows light to moderate wear. Hammer has low half-cock but operates properly.

Rosewood bird head grips are in good condition.

Loading mechanism works properly.  [ad]

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