2014 Second Amendment Dollar
1/2 Ounce .999 Fine Silver
Derringer generally refers to a small handgun that can be easily concealed.
For that reason it was frequently used by women, who could easily carry it in
their purse. The original derringer only had a single round with the barrel
pivoting sideways, then the famous Remington derringer achieved wide popularity
by doubling capacity by putting one barrel on top of the other and pivoting
the barrels forward to reload.
Buds Gun Shop is proud to honor the largest growing group of gun owners - ladies
who have taken a positive step towards their right to self-defense with gun
ownership. Women have always been aware of the need for their own self-defense
and the 2014 Gun Dollar commemorates that right with the derringer handgun -
the sixth Gun Dollar issued since the series was introduced in 2009.
The obverse design is dated 2014 and features the beautiful Lady Liberty that
symbolizes American's God given right of self-defense and the motto speaks volumes
that guns: Protect Life. The reverse features the historic Remington derringer
that symbolizes men and women's right to personal protection and self-defensive.
The legend proclaims the essence of the Second Amendment: THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE
TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!
Every 2014 Silver Derringer Gun Dollar is proof minted and as flawless as the
gun itself and the Second Amendment it supports. Every Derringer Gun Dollar
contains one half Troy ounce of pure .999 fine silver with a $25 MSRP, measures
32mm in diameter.
Please also note that the rates for the Second Amendment Dollar are based on
the price of silver that is constantly changing. In order to provide you with
the best possible prices the silver price is automatically updated every 20
minutes while the global silver market is open. All canceled orders will be
charged our standard 10% restocking fee.
*** NOTICE: Second Amendment Dollar is a commemorative medallion that is not intended to be used as currency and any representation as United States currency is strictly prohibited by law.