Remington

Remington Antique Derringers for Sale, 1858 - 1875 & More

Our Remington collection showcases antique derringers for sale from a storied American gun maker that still makes its original product to this very day. You might also find a piece of history if you come across an 1858 Remington for sale or a Remington 1875 for sale. Our inventory changes frequently as we buy and sell guns, so bookmark our list of new arrivals and check back often.

If Beals Navys, Smoot new models, and over/under  derringers aren't your thing, check out our other antique handguns for sale, including flintlock and double barrel flintlock pistols, antique cartridge pistols and revolvers, and antique Smith & Wesson revolvers.

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Beautifully Cased  Engraved...

Beautifully Cased Engraved Ben Shostle Style...

Price $2,995.00

Serial number L523. Made Pre 1898. Very fine engraved Remington over / under derringer. This gun is possibly engraved by the master Ben Shostle, but more  likely engraved in his style. This gun comes in a beautifully carved wood case with bone inlays.

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Remington 1875 Single...

Remington 1875 Single Action Revolver (AH8032)

Price $4,750.00

Serial No. 902, 7.5" barrel chambered in .44-40. Revolver was picked up by Victor Young in Rosebud Creek on the Rosebud Reservation in 1993. A small trace of nickel is noted on the frame. Revolver is in relic condition and action is frozen.  It is noted that some Indian Police carried Nickle plated 1875 Remington revolvers. Why this was found on the bottom of Rosebud creek will remain a...

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Remington New Model Army...

Remington New Model Army (AH6853)

Price $2,995.00

Very fine example with 60% - 70% of the original. This is a martial gun with inspectors markings and cartouches on the grips.  Action Cocks, but action does not index with the possibility of missing internal parts.

AUSTIN LOCATION.

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New Jersey Contract...

New Jersey Contract Remington New Model Army...

Price $1,495.00

Metal has a dark brown to almost black patina. The left hand side of the barrel has the New Jersey Marking. Action Indexes, but does not lock up every time.

AUSTIN LOCATION.

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Cased Remington Beals 3rd...

Cased Remington Beals 3rd Model Pocket Revolver...

Price $3,295.00

Very fine example with 85% blue on the barrel and about 25% of the blue on the rest of the gun. The grips are very good. The case has been relined. Accessories are nice. The bottom of the case has a name “S. B. Reynolds” And what appears to be a date.

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Remington Model 1890 44-40...

Remington Model 1890 44-40 Caliber (AH6855)

Price $2,495.00

Serial number 1385. 44-40 caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Gun has an even gray patina throughout. Grips are excellent. Action works well. 

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Factory Engraved Remington...

Factory Engraved Remington 1875 (AH6809)

Price $10,950.00

Serial Number 690. 44-40 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Beautifully factory engraved. This gun is silver plated and most of the silver plate remains. Action works perfectly. Grips are excellent!

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Remington New Model Navy...

Remington New Model Navy Conversion (AH4485)

Price $2,295.00
Remington New Model Navy Conversion. Nice sharp gun. Metal has been cleaned to bright. Markings are still clear. This gun was most likely sold with a percussion cylinder. The cylinder has a removable plate on the back that has to be removed to load. This gives the cylinder the same profile as a percussion cylinder and allows them to be interchangeable. Nice sharp gun!
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Remington 1858 Army...

Remington 1858 Army Revolver (AH4428)

Price $1,495.00
Remington 1858 Army Revolver. Gray patina gun that shows a fair amount of use. Metal has a gray patina. Mechanics work and the cylinder revolves and locks up tight.
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Rare Remington 1888...

Rare Remington 1888 Transitional Single Action...

Price $2,995.00

Made in 1888 – 1889. 44-40 caliber with a 5 ¾” barrel. This gun is excellent as expertly refinished. The refinish looks to have been done long ago. The grips show a fair amount of carry use. Action works well and locks up tight. The 1888 model is a transition between an 1875 model and an...

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Remington New Model Army...

Remington New Model Army (AH6658)

Price $1,895.00

Serial Number 68499. Made in 1860s. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. The metal has a dark gray to brown patina with reasonably sharp metal. Grips are very good as refinished. Action works well. Bore is dark with strong rifling.

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Remington New Model Army...

Remington New Model Army Conversion (AH6534)

Price $1,595.00

Serial Number is 83184. Made in the 1870s. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. This gun has been refinished. Grips have been refinished. This is a very interesting conversion. This gun is a centerfire. Action works well.

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Remington Type III (Model...

Remington Type III (Model 4) Double Derringer...

Price $700.00

This Type III Remington 41 short rimfire double deringer has the single line REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION. N,Y on the top rib. The barrels have poor bores. The overall gun retains approx. 75% nickel blending with loss at the muzzles and left side of the barrels. The mother of pearl grips are fine with no cracks or chips. The action functions correctly.

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Remington Type I (Model 2)...

Remington Type I (Model 2) Double Derringer...

Price $795.00

This circa 1868 Type I Remington 41 short rimfire double deringer has the two line Remington name and patent information on the top rib. The barrels have fair bores with visible rifling. The overall gun retains approx. 60% nickel blending with a steel color. The walnut grips are fine with no cracks or chips. The action functions correctly.

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Remington New Model Army 44...

Remington New Model Army 44 Caliber Revolver...

Price $2,795.00

Serial number 59124. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Very sharp gun. Metal has a mixture of original finish and light brown to light gray patina. Grips are excellent and has a nice sharp cartouche on the left hand side. Action works well.  Bore is excellent. Very nice example...

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