DENIX replica gun typ Double Barrel Derringer, USA 1866
Named after Henry Deringer, who was among the first producing small handheld firearms in the United States. The idea soon gathered popularity and many other firearms manufacturers started building similar guns. While the original Deringer was a single shot muzzleloader, the DENIX reproduction replica represents a later version: double-barreled and break action, designed for a metallic cartridge. Guns like this were successfully produced by the Remington Arms Company in caliber .41 rimfire.
Poket guns were suitabel choices in the Old West for everyone who wanted to concealed carry a gun, something a entrepreneur would find appealing as much as a profesional poker player.
The DENIX replica represents a highly engraved piece of Old West gun culture!
Length: 130 mm
Weight: 311 g
Epoch: Western and American Civil War 1861-1899