Denix 1865 Frontier Derringer G1262/L
This model Derringer was first thought of by a dentist turn gunsmith, William Elliot and thought to of been the first pattern under and over shot derringer patented in 1865. This derringer was only ever made in a .41 cal and is velocity speed was considered very slow.
Eventually it was manufactured by Remington but still stamped Elliot’s Patent Dec 12 1865 along side the Remington stamp the pattern was to change very little over the years.
Though most derringers at the time were referred to as stingys as they were often a small cal and carried by women in their hoops and bodices.
The lawman Bat Masterson was thought to of carried a concealed Remington derringer in his vest pocket a I am sure most frontiers men did in the middle to late 1800’s.
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