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The .380 IS the 9mm kurz!
Mr. Duguet is a master engraver-one of the best.
I don't know what a Eunos Roadster is- but if you have to sell a gun to buy it, you probably can't really afford it.
Someone used a brass wire wheel on a bench grinder to remove rust that was on the gun.
The derringer was not made by Great Western.
It was made in Germany (says so right there!)
The gun is not particularly high quality. It is made of...
I make Star firing pins.
I have never seen a Star extractor break.
The grips are real pearl.
It appears the only place you have melted brass is near the serial number.
The brass grip frame would not have melted around the cylinder or...
Even if not plated, the "brass" parts have been heavily lacquered after polishing.
My bet is that a magnet sticks to at least the side plate....
It appears the "brass" parts have been brass plated and then lacquered.
See, I learned something!
Somehow-it doesn't seem right to use Rohm and .44 magnum in the same sentence!
Because I'm a "well known member" doesn't mean that I don't want to learn something.
I have never seen a Rohm with a steel frame in almost 50...
Looks like someone tried to glue the old grips back on the gun.
The glue can be scraped off with a penny or a piece of brass. Don't use anything...
Some good pictures would be a start.
BTW- a magnet will stick to a zinc frame, because the inner parts are steel.