Inland Manufacturing, the maker of the legendary M1 Carbine, have announced the new Inland Liberator Derringer pistol in .45 ACP. Named after the original single shot Liberator pistol from World War II, which was manufactured by the Inland Division of General Motors in Dayton Ohio for resistance forces in Europe, this modern variant is stainless steel with a bead blasted anti-glare finish. It features wood grips with the Inland cartouche engraving. As the press release notes, it looks great, it’s built like a tank, and at .45 ACP, it’s a potent and reliable concealed carry handgun. The suggested retail price is $495. See below for specs.
Specifications: Inland Liberator
Weight: 18 oz
Barrel length: 3-inches
Caliber: .45 ACP
Finish: Bead blasted stainless steel
About Inland Manufacturing
Inland Manufacturing, LLC was founded in 2013 with a commitment to provide the highest quality firearm-related products for the practical shooting enthusiast. The Inland Manufacturing team has over 100 years of combined firearm related experience and applied knowledge in firearm design, manufacturing as well as experience in military, law enforcement, and competitive shooting sports. For more information, visit https://www.inland-mfg.com.
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