While unimpressive to the eye, Remington's classic derringers are prized by collectors for their scarcity and Old West appeal. The designs by inventor William Elliot are particularly loved due to Elliot's innovative spirit. This over/under style derringer is a Type II configuration calibered in .41 Rimfire. The pistol features a nickel finish, rubber grips, fixed open sights, and an exposed hammer for single-action fire. It comes with a wooden case. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in good condition.