Dardick 1500

Dardick 1500

Released to the public in 1958, David Dardick’s design was hailed by gun writers as “versatile as a six-armed monkey.” Though this simile may be a bit inflated (and oddly specific), the Dardick did come with interchangeable barrels and a carbine conversion, as well as being made available in three calibers: The .38 Dardick, .30 Dardick, and .22 Dardick. The intention was to market the Dardick to law enforcement, which, at the time, still embraced .38 revolvers. Conceptually, it fit the bill: The Dardick had similar features to a double-action revolver with a considerably higher capacity, in the same (approximate) caliber as existing service sidearms. But the design included some eccentricities that weren’t well received, the primary one being the Dardick’s cartridge.

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