The .45-caliber Philadelphia Derringer is a true icon in classic gun history for its small dimensions and role in self-defense. A similar pistol was found in one of Ford Theatre’s boxes in Washington where President Abraham Lincoln was fatally injured by John Wilkes Booth. This reproduction has brass furniture and a case-hardened lock. The barrel has a brass V aiming rear sight and a blade front sight. The lacquered, one-piece walnut grip has crossed checkered details. Barrel length: 3-1/6". Overall length: 6-5/16". Weight: .54 lbs.