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Rifleman Q&A: Colt Derringer

My great grandfather carried this Colt swing-open derringer for years. Is this a real Colt or a reproduction?

Bond Arms: A Dedicated Maker Of Modern Derringers

Despite facing startup adversity, Texas-based Bond Arms hails as today's largest manufacturer of double-barrel handguns, solving problems by offering concealable and modern-day renditions of the old-school derringer.

This Old Gun: Uberti Sharps 1A Derringer Replica

Christian Sharps is probably best remembered for his famous Sharps falling-block, breechloading, single-shot rifle, which he patented on Sept. 12, 1848. But a little more than a year later, on Dec. 18, 1849, he also patented an equally innovative four-barreled derringer.

RIfleman Q&A: Derringer Rifles?

A reader inquires: Can you identify my rifle? The only markings on it are “U.S. Derringer, Philadelphia 1826.” Any information would be appreciated.

Mossberg Brownie Pistol: History & Disassembly

Most of us think of O.F. Mossberg & Sons as a major producer of rifles from 1922 to 1986 and a mammoth shotgun maker today. But founder Oscar Mossberg’s first product was neither rifle nor shotgun but a repeating pocket pistol.

Review: Bond Arms Roughneck

The Roughneck derringer from Bond Arms is an entry-level option in 9 mm Luger, but don’t let that fool you, as the quality of its materials and craftsmanship rival those of the company’s top-end variants.

I Have This Old Gun: Original Deringer

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history and development of the original Deringer pocket pistols, and the latter Derringer copies that carried on the mis-spelled name.

Rifleman Q&A: A Rare Hopkins & Allen Derringer

Hopkins & Allen didn't make many of these derringers, which means they're highly collectible arms.

Rifleman Q&A: Italian-Made EIG Derringer

An American Rifleman reader is attempting to identify a four-shot derringer that appears to date to the mid-20th century. Here's what we found.

Altor Corporation Single-Shot Pistol Review

In this review, we take a look at what is probably the simplest 9 mm Luger handgun currently on the market: the Altor Corporation Single-Shot Pistol.

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