Deringer Philadelphia Pistol with case (1850-1868)
One classics of gun history, becoming a true icon for its small dimensions and for its self defence role. When John Henry Deringer (1786-1868) opened his firearms factory in the 1806 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he could not imagine that one of his creation could have the success that inspired so many other guns producers until the beginning of 1900. Our Deringer Philadelphia is a faithful reproduction with brass furniture and case hardened lock, on the lock the original markings on two lines: Deringer / Philadela. The barrel, brown colour, is equipped with a brass V aiming rear sight and blade front sight. The pistol grip is made of walnut, lacquered, with crossed chequered features.
|Barrel Length mm - inches||
78 mm – 3 1/16”
|Overall length mm - inches||
160 mm – 6 5/16”
|kg - lbs||
.25 kg – .54 lbs
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.