Folding pistol, please HELP me with this one!

Folding pistol, please HELP me with this one!

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    Folding pistol, please HELP me with this one!

    Anybody ever seen one of these? Its a neat little folding pocket 32acp made by RJ Braverman Corp. Belmont, NH. It is marked stealth 380 / RJBC 160. Do any of you have any other information you could share on these? Any info would be great. The only thing I have found on the web said they were not produced. Photos



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    That's pretty crazy! I've never seen one like that.

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    Looks like something left over from the French resistance in WWII....
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    Apparently since it was never produced you can't possibly have one.I wonder if that is a prototype that never got produced
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    I know of one other one like it, so it's not a one of a kind but I don't think very many were ever made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    French resistance
    that's an oxy moron if i've ever heard one


    and i wish those little pistols were in production, because i would get one of those instead of the NAA mini .22 mag in a heartbeat.

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    Looks like the shooter could get hurt with that one.

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    why is the barrel at the bottom of the gun? would everything you aimed at hit 2 inches low?
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    The metal casting looks poor as well as the fit and finish just looks cheap. Saying that there is as good chance it was a prototype that was abandon and you picked it up somehow.
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    That's actually a pretty cool concept!
    would everything you aimed at hit 2 inches low?
    Yeah... I don't think this is an "aiming" type of gun. I expect the kind of scenarios this gun is intended for, if you can see muzzle flash between you and your target, you're ahead of the game.

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    The add in the link provided states that the barrel being at the bottom lessons any muzzle jump.. The force comes straight back.

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    If you want a folding gun, get one of these.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    Looks like something left over from the French resistance in WWII....
    LOL.... Never fired, dropped once!
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    I just got a PM offer to buy it for a crazy amount!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccoorreeyy View Post
    I just got a PM offer to buy it for a crazy amount!
    You may want to contact Robert Braverman, the inventor. He's at American Derringer according to some random person on gunbroker.com.

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    He could probably give you some background on it... since it would've been his.
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