Cased ENGRAVED ILLUSTRATED GRIP Remington Deringer
One of a Kind Remington Double Deringer!
Here we present a Remington Double Deringer Type III, made circa 1912-1935 in .41 caliber. The double Deringer was made by Remington from 1866 to 1935—a testament to the design as well as the commercial market for such a trusty and concealable firearm. The Deringer was sturdily built and simple in operation. A lever on the right side of the frame swings so that the barrels may open upward on a hinge for loading and unloading. There is a single firing pin that moves from one barrel to another with each cock.
The Remington Deringer has been made famous, especially in the old Western films, but use of these guns really was widespread. Lawmen and gangsters alike would carry them as backups or something to stick in a pocket. Civilians loved them, as well as those in the military. In fact, the NRA Museum has a specimen in their collection which was carried as a backup by a pilot during the Korean War in the 1950s.
This one has been fabulously embellished with hand-engraving and a satin nickel finish. The grips are illustrated with roses on both panels. It comes in a fitted case lined with green felt. Rather than a lock there is a sliding mechanism mounted inside the front lip of the case. This is a unique little rig!
The overall condition is very fine. The nickel finish is 99%. The markings are clear. The grips are in fine shape. The bores are clean with sharp rifling. The action is excellent. This little pistol could hardly be purtier!
This firearm is classified as a Curio & Relic.
Barrel is 3 inches.
Caliber: .41 Rimfire
Overall condition as seen in photos.
Very Fast. Very Safe. FREE SHIPPING. Will need to be sent to your local FFL or C&R licensee. This firearm is classified as a Curio & Relic.
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