What is the 45 cal 2 shot derringer worth?
50-300 USD or so
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Answer . Would need to know a little more about it to say any thing for certain, like what was the manufacturer's name, model number, caliber, etc. Probably not worth enough to pay for the time to post all that.
Answer . Most German .22 revolvers found in the US are inexpensive guns that are no longer imported. If so, probably about $20-$50. But since you didn't give a manufacturer's name or model, it could be something better.
Answer Value of .22 cal derringer . There is a Blue Book of Handguns that should give you a start. But the "value" depends a great deal on the condition the piece is in. What is the serial number? Is it in the original box? There is an American Derringer website and you can probably floa…t queries around e-bay and amazon-ville to get a clearer direction. Good luck, doc (MORE)
I just bought one at a gun show for $100.00. It is in near mint condition. It is a 4 barrel and is marked "USE 22 SHORT ,LONG OR LONG RIFLE"
Can you tell me what the value of this derringer ex-cam mod ta 38 cal 38 spec 2 shot plastic hande grips l93865 stamped on the gun is?
Answer . The L93865 is the serial number. These small derringers, along with FIE, Uberti, Rohm GmbH, EIG, and other European copies are styled after the Remington model 95 41 rim fire. Since the ammo is pretty scarce for the Remingtons, these were generally chambered for 22 LR and 38 Spl. T…hese were all outlawed as imports in the gun control act of 1968 for not meeting the barrel, size,weight requirements. The value of your Excam TA-38 (same as the Tanarmi TA-38 and the FIE D-38) is dependent on the condition of the piece. They can usually be found from $20 to $150 now, with $150 being the highest one should ever pay for one that is NRA 100%. I own a collection of these types of derringers, where I seek them out when I find a nice example that has some unique attribute. They all need to have trigger jobs to make them shootable - they are usually about 20 pounds, I guess to keep you from firing them accidentally. The serial number you list is much higher than any of mine, so I would guess yours is one of late manufactured. (MORE)
Depends on the year,mine is about 10 years old HW 357 arminius,made in germany,imported by f.i.e. miami....Got it for 190.00 (us) dollars.depends look around...
WELL A GOOD SHAPE IN BOX AROUND 125-150 THERE IS ONE IN GUNS UNL FOR 250 DEEN FOR SALE A YEAR I HOPE HE ENJOYS IT P/S IM LOOKING TO BUY ONE IF YOU WANT TO SELL RAPIDRICK2000@ROADRUNNER.COM
According to Guns America this gun is worth approximately $400 in good condition.. I just bought one today and paid $150 for it
I have a black one of these in .38 special and was recently searching the internet and came across some results from an auction house that sold a black one for $250. There is currently an auction on Gunbroker.com (8/19/08) for a chrome one and the guy is asking between $195 and $250. Hope this helps… you out a bit. I was surprised. I think I bought mine for about $75 several years ago at a gun show. To hell with the stock market ... BUY GUNS!. The 2008 BLUE BOOK OF GUN VALUES does not list the .38 but, it does list the .22LR version of the derringer and gives it a value of $150 in 100% condition down to $85 in 90% condition.. ENJOY! (MORE)
You can find them new online for around $150, although the Hi-Point website list the msrp as $186.00 bull i got one on sale $300.00
The vaule of the derringer omega 38 cal 2 shot single action id 70380 and has a bird of some sort stamped in the side?
There is a dealer I know that is knowledgeable about these Omega Derringers. You can contact him at 804-271-0003 and he will tell you.
Eh, it really depends with the model, but the price range is from 2300 - 4500 for pistols. Keep in mind that Wilson Combat is one of the finest Custom 1911 shops, and all pistols will get 6 MOA or better.. I would like to add to the previous answer. While any new firearms value can differ based on …model, you have to take into such factors such as condition, appearance, number produced, serial number, etc when examining any used firearm. Unless they are of limited or special production, many firearms are like new cars once they are driven off the dealers lot. (MORE)
Not to the best of my knowledge.. John M. Browning designed the 1905 Colt .45 automatic pistol which was redesigned and accepted by the US Army in 1911 for service and continues to be manufactured by several companies in essentially the same configuration today. It's original design provided for a …seven shot magazine however extended magazines have been manufactured up to 25 shot snail drum magazines (if memory serves) and various others, In this respect, the answer is a weak "yes".. There have been double stack 45's made. Only one I can think of off hand is Para Ordnance. (MORE)
The 29th Edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values says on page 732 "Previous manufacturer located in Copperhill Tennessee until circa 1998. Little information is available regarding FMJ firearms (including short barreled derringers and pistols) except they were inexpensive shooters and have little col…lectibility, except for some oddball configurations. Their production records were turned in to the BATF during 1998." . Unless it's an oddball or new in the box (NIB) you're probably looking at a value of less than $100.00. (MORE)
Depending on the model, Patriots go from (msrp in the 80's 200 to 250) 300 up in .45 cal and 400 up in .36 cal. and scout pistols (MSRP in the late 80's early 90's 275 to 300) go around 250- 300 depending on caliber .50 is common, .45 and .54 are harder to find. check out www.gunbroker.com and searc…h Thompson patriot , scout. (MORE)
The .45 Thompson sub-machine gun and M3 sub machine gun (grease gun) were used in WW2, Korea, and Vietnam War.. A sub-machine gun is called a SUB machine gun because it uses "pistol" ammunition.. The M3 sub-machinegun looked exactly like a grease gun; hence the name.
1865 Remington Derringer chrome 45 cal with ammo in ok condition want to sell What is a approx value?
Remington NEVER made a 45 cal derringer, only 41 rimfire. Chrome wasn't invented until much later and Nickel not until late 1860's and didn't hit Remington's until the early 1870's. There are over 10 variations/types/models of the Model 95 (Double Derringer) not only is it greatly determined by c…ondition, condition, and condition. There can be SIGNIFICANT value differences based on which type/model/variation. So if it's actually be Chromed it's after market and pretty much destroys any real value unless it's an extremely rare model that's still worth stripping (doubtful) it's it's actually a 45 take it to a machine shop and have it destroyed. There's absolutely no way that this could be fired safely if it's of original composition. So verify the caliber and attempt to really figure out what model/type/variation you have, I can help with that but need details. Also again value is determined by original condition, condition, and condition.. Remington did not manufacture derringers in 45 caliber - 41 was as large as they got. I suggest a professional appraisal because the value could be in the thousands of dollars, depending on condition. (MORE)
Depends on (real) type and condition, condition, and condition. I assume you mean a double derringer (model 95)? Where did 1866 come from? A type I model 1 couldn't have a serial that high. (and that's the only one made in 1866) A type I model 2 doesn't have a serial no but a batch no A …type II model 3 may or may not have a serial based on which variation it is but that's starting in 1888. (MORE)
I just read your question while searching for parts for my Uncle's TA-38. Depending upon the condition your Derringer TA-38 is in, the prices that I have seen vary between 80.00-137.00. I'm sure that the value will increase as Obama gains speed on "crushing our 2nd Amendment Rights." Hope this helps…, Bill (email@example.com) (MORE)
I'm afraid that is like asking, "Does a car have a tape player?" It depends on the make and model. Personally, I have a Colt .22 Model 3 derringer and it does NOT have a safety. But, I cannot speak to the many other makes and models.
In my short barrels I use 15 grains of 3F black powder. You can fiddle a bit with the amount +/- to do what you need, but I found it to be a good load for up to a 4" barrel.
Without more of a description, you are looking at 5-50 USD. Davis made many of these derringers. Never expensive to begin with. You might be in the 100 USD range if it was NIB and differed from the run of the mill ones by finish, etc..
it has very little value. They were very cheap when new back in the 80's and they are of rather low quality. Having said that, it's better than nothing and it's better than some of hte cheap handguns being made today. Value to me $20 Value to some one who just wants a small gun to have around $50 t…o $100 (MORE)
They sell in the $100 to 150 range depending on condition. If you want a more exact value, try searching the on line auctions like gun broker and auction arms, compare yours to what is selling and for how much. Umm... I really dont understand what you are asking. Please help me with this however an…swered this in the first paragraph.... Sorry this is not an answer for the question. My name is 'Idontlikepiethatmuch'. Thankyou. (MORE)
Almost certainly NOT an antique. Made by Leinad Inc. in Ducktown , TN. They also made a side by side .410/.45 derringer. I have one and it is very impressive to shoot.
There is no .25 Magnum. There IS a .22 magnum, made by Davis, and a .25 ACP. Value is about $50-$75.
H&R and New England Firearms are one in the same, NEF holds licence to the old Harrington & Richardson brand names, if it is a H&R Huntsman 45 caliber black powder single shot rifle 28" round barrel then the value is in the $100 to 125 range in 90%+ condition.
I have a Derringer Philadelphia dikar Spain 45 cal. ser.# 035347 in realley good shape. I want to know what it is worth. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check the on line auction sites for what they have sold for. Blue Book of Gun Values might have it listed.
Well there's 3 types, 5 models, and at least 15 variations so it depends so anywhere from 1865 to 1935. Also which one and original condition also makes a HUGE difference.
A U.S. Army semi-automatic pistol in .45 ACP, is called the Model 1911...In exellent condition and all original: $US 4,000 to $5,000. In lesser conditions between $US 500 and $US 1500.
You need to contact the maker or get a book on Blackpowder shooting that has loads in it. Different types of weapons and projectiles and powders will determine what is a safe load.
The same 45 cal. ammo used in the 45 cal. revolver. This can get confusing, there are very different cartridges that are '.45'. In semi-automatic pistol the most common is .45 ACP. The ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol, that is the company that developed the cartridge. But for revolvers, you wo…uld more commonly use the .45 LC (Long Colt) which is a longer round. Modern Derringer's are more typically a two barrel gun that shoots the revolver cartridge, at least in .45. There are many types and calibers of Derringers that have been made for a very long time. The best thing is to research the specific model of gun you have and get the manufacturers recommendations for ammunition. (MORE)
I own a pre-model 45 22 cal with a 6" barrel. It is in about 85% condition with an excellent bore. I paid $1200 for it in 2012. Most of these guns were for the US Post Office and not many have survived. The more common barrel length is 4". One in 'as new" condition should be worth in excess of $30…00. (MORE)
You are not holding it close enough to the computer for me to tell. Seriously, value will depend on EXACT model and condition. It may be $100, or several thousand. It WILL need a "hands on" appraisal from someone that knows old Colt handguns. In the meantime, please DO NOT "clean it up". What you m…ight call dirt, collectors call patina. I recently saw what WOULD have been a $5,000 revolver that had been buffed with a powered wire brush- and was now worth maybe $200. Sorry I can't give you a single answer, but the difference in value between models, barrel lengths, and condition is too great to even make a guess. If you need help in locating an appraiser, leave me a message on my message board. (MORE)
The action is very simple, so there really isn't much to go wrong there. The build quality and quality of materials used is a bit crap, though, so breakage is a potential issue to be worried about.
If the problem is nothing more than having to double strike the cartridge with the hammer to get the pistol to discharge the .22 cartridge, that is a really easy fix for any competent welder or gunsmith: you merely add metal to the hammer and then file or grind it down to the original shape--the ide…a is to lengthen the hammer so it strikes the cartridge with more force, as it originally did--and the fellow who stated "his gunsmith FIXED his so that now it requires 4 strikes to fire the gun; well, that gunsmith was NOT competent. Another option is, if the hammer is long enough, is to replace the hammer spring beneath the handles with stronger spring metal. Again, just get the same gauge metal and shape it to the original, as the original may have lost some of its "spring" due to age. One option or the other will definitely fix the gun, depending on whether the spring has weakened or the hammer has been beaten down until it is not sufficiently long enough to strike the cartridge. BOTH are very easy fixes. BigBob (MORE)
I have one of these also and wondered the value. Made in USA.PO6134 and Firearms IMP.EXP. Miami FL and Panzer stamped on gun.
$50-$100, depending on condition, FIE was not a manufacturer, but an importer, usually of lesser value German firearms in the 1950s-60s.
By the location of the writing as well as the writing and even why font is used. Writing on sides, what does it say, writing on top, one like or two lines, which type of writing slant line, short line, etc, does it have UMC in the works, does it have ribs (monoblock or not), that's the only one wi…th the real difference in the looks other then the size of the hinges and groves style in ejector or hammer. Start with the writing EXACTLY and it's location. That will give you at least type then you need to move to model and then variation. (MORE)
Almost all old winchesters have great collectable value.I for one would have your firearm appraised by a pro.the 45-90 caliber is really hot at this time.You should mean a win. model 1886 correct?.That was the first rifle to handle the much longer and powerful cartridge like the 45-90.
The AMT 45 ACP is worth around 300 to 550 depending on the condition of the firearm
my opinion is the 45 ACP round has more knock down powder then the40 caliber
Most ordinary modern manaufacture caplock muzzle loaders are selling for about $100-$150, depending on make/model/condition.
Depends on the model, type, and variation. There's three models, 5 types, and ?15 variations (have to count) Additionally in some of these it wasn't even a serial number but a batch number since they started at 1 went to 9999 and then started back over again at 1. Really the best you can do with… a double derringer it most cases is get it down to a small range of years except if it's one of the last models and some of the second to last and last type because that is because it's date code stamped on the lug since it was made in 1921 or later. These would all have UMC on top of the barrel starting in 1912. The first place to start identifying which barrel is a picture of the writing on it, just what it says doesn't necessarily work since some variations are determined by type face or lower or upper characters or something as simple as a presence of a "." You should probably visit the Remington Society of America on the web for more answers (or to ask more questions) (MORE)
I did some research on my Jukar and they run from about $100 in fair condition to $150 in brand new condition. You have to remember, even though it is a black powder gun, that doesnt mean it is really old.
The 29th Edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values says on page 732 "Previous manufacturer located in Copperhill Tennessee until circa 1998. Little information is available regarding FMJ firearms (including short barreled derringers and pistols) except they were inexpensive shooters and have little col…lectibility, except for some oddball configurations. Their production records were turned in to the BATF during 1998." Unless it's an oddball or new in the box (NIB) you're probably looking at a value of less than $100.00. (MORE)
A 2 point shot in basketball is worth only two points. As long as the player shoots and makes the basket within the three point parameter, they are given two points for the shot.
What is the Derringer 45 caliber Spain black powder serial number 091712 worth Also says Philadelphia on it?
Modern reproduction of the Philadelphia Deringer. Original has one R, the reproductions are derringer with 2 Rs. Value is typically in the $75-$100 range.
Check with a gunsmith. These were inexpensive guns to start, and there are not many sources for parts. Depending on the part, a smith may be able to make one, but the cost may exceed the value of the gun.