|Place of origin||Armed Republic of Dvinmiste Capia|
|Used by||Any person with gun license in Dvinmiste Capia|
|Designer||Anarchy Gun Works|
|Manufacturer||Anarchy Gun Works|
|Unit cost||$900 per unit|
|Barrel length||76 mm|
|Caliber|| - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
|Rate of fire||1100 round/min (3-round burst)|
|Muzzle velocity||380 m/s|
|Feed system||5 round cylinder|
|Sights||Adjustable open iron sights|
When originally introduced Destinys were plagued with poor accuracy, but changes to the barrels quickly corrected the problems to the point that AGW billed its new pistol as among the most accurate .44 Magnum revolvers in production. Destiny revolvers were primarily marketed for sport enthusiast shooters and hunters, as they are too large for law enforcement general duty use or concealed-carry, although made-to-order limited production versions of the gun continued to be available from the AGW custom gun shop.
The rifling is shallower than normal, giving single-projectile loads less stabilization than they would receive in other handguns while reducing the rapid dispersion of the shot from shotshells. Destiny developed the shallow rifling after numerous experiments to find rifling that worked well with various types of ammunition.
Though AGW deliberately designed the Destiny to fire shotshells, the Destiny does not qualify as a "short-barreled shotgun" under the Capian Firearms Act as its rifled barrel makes it a regular handgun.