These instructions assume that you have purchased the “Breech Face and Side Plate Kit” as well asthe “Derringer Kit”, neither of which are included with these instructions. These kits may also go bythe names of FMJ or Cobray. While these instructions are specifically designed for the O/UDerringer 22/45/410, they will also work for the 45/410 Derringer with minimal changes. The kitscan be sold separately and shipped without going through a Federal Firearms License (FFL) transfer agent because they are separate kits from separate vendors AND separately incomplete.I do not know all the laws or regulations in every location where these derringers may be made or sold. I may not even know the country. It is YOUR responsibility to do the necessary research todetermine the appropriate legal and regulatory guidelines. If you purchased these instructions beforeyou obtained the kits, then do the research BEFORE you buy the kits so that you are not surprised by limitations, regulations or legal restrictions after you have spent more money; or risking prosecution and/or incarceration.The actual process of building rather than purchasing the breech face and side plates is beyond thescope of these instructions. You may trywww.gunbroker.com,www.ebay.com, or
www.auctionarms.comwhere such construction diagrams are usually available for sale. Although Ican possibly help you locate appropriate kits,
WE DO NOT CARRY OR SELL ANY PARTSOR KITS.
If you are not successful obtaining or constructing the parts yourself and you want afully functional firearm, take the kits to your local FFL gunsmith who can help you if it is legal todo so in your location. The gunsmith may and probably will require you to complete the standarddocumentation and background checks required for purchasing a handgun. Be sure you understandthe laws in your location and your abilities to obtain or construct these parts and to possess afunctional finished product BEFORE you purchase and/or complete the kits.Before starting, I recommend that you scan the document for yellow highlighted text that containssome of the tools that may be either required or optional. In some cases, alternatives might work (e.g., a standard hammer may suffice instead of a flat faced hammer, the painting is optional…).The very last page is a duplicate of the diagram and parts list and the highlighted tool list that youcan tear off for reference before and during the assembly process.