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Single Shot Pistols or Multi-Shot Revolvers in the Metallic Cartridge Configuration
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Rare Facxtory Engraved "SOUTHERNER" Marked .41 Rimfire Deringer with Mother of Pearl Grips
Item #: A237
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These is a wonderful pistol with a great look. These are neat little guns and this one is special. These small single shot pistols were made by the Brown Manufacturing Company of Newburyport, Massachusetts. They made them from 1866 until 1873 and only made about 16,500. Across the top of the 2-1/2 inch barrel it still has the "SOUTHERNER" marking still clearly visible. These with this marking were made from 1866 until 1869 according to Flayderman. The barrel turns out to the side when you have the hammer cocked back for loading. The action catches as it should. This is the version that is constructed using the brass frame. There are a couple of things that are extra special about this particular gun. First of all, it is factory engraved on the sides of the frame as well as on the back of the grip strap and end of the barrel muzzle. The brass frame still retains a good bit of the factory silver. On the handle of the gun it has the 2-piece mother-of-pearl grips intact. The pearl looks nice with sold old wear with a nice look. On the underside of the barrel as well as the top of the frame, it has the serial number of 1,746 still clearly visible. This is a great looking gun!

Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
$950.00 USD

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