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    Default derringer blueprints

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    I am looking for machinist drawings for under/over
    derringers from .22cal to .45/410 some thing I can
    do over winter down under.
    Regards
    Rescue

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    I would like to see some also, How are you going to rifle the barrel?

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    Cant help you with over under but I can with single shot. I use barrel liners for the .22 cal version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rescue View Post
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    G,Day Guys
    I am looking for machinist drawings for under/over
    derringers from .22cal to .45/410 some thing I can
    do over winter down under.
    Regards
    Rescue
    Did you manage to get any drawings as I would like to make a derringer. So could you please help.

    Regards Mark

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    Seems like there are 2 of you wanting to do this. If I was going to do this from scratch, I might buy a Bond Arms barrel and design to fit. I am not sure if Bond can sell to France and Australia though. If so you would access to all there calibers.

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    The best approach is to draw something up, combined with a paper mockup of the overall shape and arrangement, then make parts.

    You can find enough info to keep you busy for a couple of weeks at the various online home gunsmithing, garage gunsmithing, and similar sites where folks are building similar firearms. (Those are hints.)

    A search at Google patents will also turn up more patent drawings than you can absorb in several months.

    I have the prints for the Childs pistol and all the Jaco pistols, but none of those are two shooters.

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    best I can do for you??
    Hope it helps!

    Respect Always
    Metalshaper/Jonathan


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