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Double-Barreled Old West Derringer
Engraved and Plated "Pearl" Handled .41 Caliber Derringer
Over 150,00 of these Double-barrel Derringers were made between 1866 and 1935. It is possibly the best known Derringer-style pistol. The 69 years it remained on the market is a testimony to its exceptional popularity. Ladies of the West could hide them in their purses. Riverboat gamblers could conceal them for instant access in case of trouble at the tables. Any individual in need of security could carry the little gun unnoticed, since it was small enough to be concealed in the palm of your hand. Many variations in finish and decoration were made. Our .41 caliber, two-shot, single action replica has simulated pearl grips, an engraved, antique brass finish and working mechanical parts, including the swing-down barrel for easy loading.
Original double-barrel derringers can sell for $3500 to $4500 or more, depending on decoration and condition. Here's your chance to own a colorful piece of Old West history, with our working (non-firing) replica for a fraction of that!
The Gambler's "Ace in the Hole"
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Doc Holliday was one of the Old West's most notorious gamblers, "card sharks" and a gunfighter that his friend, Wyatt Earp described as the most fearless, deadly accurate and fastest draw he ever knew. At the gambling tables, he was known to carry a derringer similar to the one above, along with his lethal Colt revolver.