Inland Manufacturing Liberator .45 ACP Derringer

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posted on November 14, 2016
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Inland Manufacturing teamed up with Bond Arms in an effort to commemorate the famed single-shot Liberator pistol of WWII, which was made by the original Inland Manufacturing in the 1940s.

The result of the collaboration was the Inland Liberator .45 ACP Derringer. While this new Liberator looks nothing like its WWII inspiration, there are several important upgrades that bring it into the 21st century. First, the new Liberator is machined from stainless steel and features a bead-blasted anti-glare finish. It also features wood grips with an Inland cartouche engraving.

Total weight on the Liberator .45 ACP is 18 ounces, and barrel length is 3 inches. In an improvement over the original Liberator design, the Liberator Derringer features two shots of .45 ACP instead of one. The suggested retail price on the Inland Liberator is $495.

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