This EIG Derringer belonged to my grandpa. He always told me he bought it cheap when he was stationed in Germany with the Army in the late 40s. It has four barrels instead of the standard two, and it shoots .22 short, long, or LR. It's a little beat up because he carried it often, but it functions just fine. That said, the accuracy is horrendous; I managed to take a rabbit with it a few years back, but I believe it was more out of luck than anything. The gun used to live in my truck console, but my brother has it currently. It was the first gun he ever shot. It's probably not worth any money but it has sentimental worth to both me and him.