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    Default "Pocket Shotgun."

    Anybody here have any interest in this little jewel? I don't! But, it may be of interest to some of you. I don't know what the price is.


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    Thumbs down. Is this a modern day Liberator pistol?
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    Looks like it... I think it's a sound concept.
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    IT will be two expensive an them callin giot a pocket shot gun will onkly bring more attention to 45 . 410 pistols .

    you can build a single shot like that for about $50 with jack squat side plates an a derringer kit .

    this company is not cheap . I kind of like the idea of a big bore derringer thats light an thin for concealed carry I think it would be a good purse gun an with buck shot or a 410 slug its going to leave a mark .

    little more info

    http://cheaperthandirt.com/blog/?p=37602

    i dont think its out yet .

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    Those large-caliber Derringers are one-shot wonders. Great for self defense but your hand will feel every shot for a few days! I would personally use it in .45 Colt vs. the shotshell idea but that's me.

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