Remington derringer dating
Many copies of the original Philadelphia Deringer pistol were made by other gun makers worldwide, and the name was often misspelled; this misspelling soon became an alternative generic term for any pocket pistol, along with the generic phrase palm pistol, which Deringer's competitors invented and used in their advertising.
The original Deringer pistol was a single-shot muzzleloading pistol; with the advent of cartridge firearms, pistols began to be produced in the modern form still known as a derringer.
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“Yes”, we must reply, and here is a list of those handsome little collectables.So now you know most everything about the Remington-Elliot four shot .32 Derringer. Did we mention special finish of silver plating with gold trim, engraved in conventional New York style of beautiful scrolls or the ultimate, with exposition engraving and perhaps gold wash with blue screws, and possibly in its own pipe casing or even a fine, soft leather purse- the kind that snapped shut just like the one grand Maybe we should consider one additional item, one that never before now has popped up, at least in my observations. Well, take another look at the two pictures and see what the difference is in the two guns.Yes, you have noticed it, which is how the frame of each gun is different.Our Remington collection showcases antique derringers for sale from a storied American gun maker that still makes its original product to this very day.You might also find a piece of history if you come across an 1858 Remington for sale or a Remington 1875 for sale.
Remember the letter “B” we just spoke about, the one above the left grip panel on the left side of the frame?