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Bergmann and Lignose Pocket Pistols
The 1907 White-Merrill Pistol

The 1907 White-Merrill was an experimental pistol with a cocking spur that allowed the gun to be cocked one-handed.  It could be loaded either with a stripper-clip from the top, or by removing the magazine from the bottom of the grip.  It held 10 rounds.  The left-side grip was clear plastic, allowing the shooter to see how many rounds he had left.

 

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