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Remington Derringer #474, is marked on the backstrap : “To Doc from Kate”.

In .41 rimfire: single action, spur trigger, superposed barrels with an oscillating firing pin which fired each barrel in turn. They are believed to be assembly numbers or series numbers.

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Can you give me info on what the paw spring looks like?

Sorry no pics yet maybe I can get to that in a bit. spaeth Photo's of the Remington Elliot Ring Trigger Derringer The grips are removed and maybe the upside down pic has a clue as to the missing part. spaeth The patents should describe the workings, a bit better than the pictures alone.

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Remington records indicate that some 150,000 of these guns were manufactured between 18. Nickel plated models sported ivory or mother-of-pearl grips.

They often come with a 3-, 4- or 5-round internal magazine depending on caliber, some of which have a floor-plate for quick-unloading, and some of which are "blind" (with no floor-plate).

An old friend shows up with this sweet little fella and asks if I can make a spring. Well I'm not sure says he, in fact I really don't know. The firing pin is supposed to rotate after each shot but it does not.

Maybe you could figure it out and make something that works, after all you machinist guys can work magic right? Looks like most of the parts are there and it does shoot one round.

The other two being #12 and #16 would have been cake had there been dimensions.

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