Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by castile, Feb 1, 2021.
I thing I do think people make a mistake with these derringers is they buy a gun designed to shoot weak .41 Rimfire black powder ammo and they're stuffing it with .38 and 9mm and the blast and recoil are so much more intense than necessary.
IMO, .32 is the caliber to buy for these derringers, you're never gonna get hollow point to expand with the short barrels and a solid 71 grain .32 ACP or 95 grain .32 Mag bullet is going to penetrate just fine.
True, but if you really want a .22 Mag it's hard not to recommend an NAA mini revolver or if you want a double action the High Standard.
The point of the Davis/Cobra/Bond derringers is they're centerfire.
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