The 'Deringer Pistol, 1850 Decoration Pistol' is a beautiful replica Deringer Pistol. This is NOT A REAL GUN, but a fantastic replica prop designed with Larp, theatre, cosplay and Halloween characters and costumes in mind.
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The term "derringer" has come to refer to any small-sized handgun that is neither a revolver nor a semiautomatic pistol. It is not to be confused with mini-revolvers or pocket pistols, although some later derringers were manufactured with the pepperbox configuration.
The original Philadelphia Deringer was a single-shot muzzleloading percussion cap pistol introduced in 1852, by Henry Deringer. In total, approximately 15,000 Deringer pistols were manufactured. All were single barrel pistols with back action percussion locks, typically .41 caliber with rifled bores, and walnut stocks. Barrel length varied from 1.5" to 6", and the hardware was commonly a copper-nickel alloy known as "German silver".
Baby Philadelphia Derringer pistol, USA 1850
This is a non firing decoration weapon
Colour: Brown, Silver
Material: Wood, zamec