Lignose .25 ACP 'EinHand' Pistol

Can Be Cocked and Fired One-Handed

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NRA Museums registrar Erin Sabatini is back for a visit to the Curator's Corner. She shows John Popp a handgun patented in 1912 that can genuinely be shot one-handed, or with "ein Hand" in German. They're two models of the Lignose .25 ACP "EinHand" pistol. The 2A is a pocket version holding six rounds with a brass one-handed cocking mechanism. The 3A is a larger pistol holding nine rounds in steel. They didn't have a lot of stopping power. John answers correctly and get three bells!

Season 11