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BP Derringers

Discussion in 'Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns' started by NewShooter, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. NewShooter

    NewShooter New Member

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    Hi all. New guy here. I've been lurking for a while so I thought I'd join in.
    What choices are there for BP derringers? I found a .31 by www.traditionsfirearms.com and a .22 by www.naaminis.com .
    Are there any others and which of these is better quality? Also, do these fall under the CCW rules?
  2. Country101

    Country101 Active Member

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    They are firearms so they do fall under CCW.
  3. NewShooter

    NewShooter New Member

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    Thanks Country, I want to make sure I dont do anything illegal.
    I was hoping for more replies by now. Everyone must be out shooting their guns. I think the derringer from Traditions would be a better choice since I want to get a replica revolver as well.
  4. hosscartleft

    hosscartleft New Member

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    In N.Y. you can buy one without a pistol license but if you want to shoot it you must have a license. Dosent make sense to me.
  5. southernshooter

    southernshooter New Member

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    New Shooter I would probably go with the Traditions myself, If I wanted one of those NAA mini's I would buy one in a basic 22LR/.22Magnum
  6. Oneida Steve

    Oneida Steve Active Member

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    A company called Butler made BP single-shot derringers back in the 1970's. They resembled the old Colt derringer but were made as muzzleloaders. I think they were .31 caliber. Some came in cased sets of two. Nice little guns.
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