This is a reproduction of the extremely rare Remington Rider Single Shot Derringer pistol of which only about 200 were produced 1860-1863. Small pistols suitable for indoor practice were called ?Parlor Pistols?. The pistol is of steel construction, polished white. Like the original, the pistol fires a .17 inch (4,3 mm) ball using only a percussion cap and no black powder charge. For short range it is powerful, accurate and fairly quiet, making it suitable for indoor use. A .17″ (4,3 mm) ball is placed into the breech plug small tube (which is capped) inserted against the barrel. The hammer fires a # 11 cap which expels the ball.
|Twist||450 mm (1:18″)|
|Barrel’s length||52 mm|
|Overall length||120 mm|
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