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Italian Pistols

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Italian Percussion Pistol (Brescia), 1825 - Steel

(Ref: G1013G)

“Caplock” or “Percussion Lock” pistols were so called because the lock system causes a percussion cap to be struck by the hammer when the trigger is pulled. Powder inside the cap ignites and this in turn ignites the main powder charge, which propels a lead ball from the barrel. Most (though not all) caplock firearms were loaded from the muzzle of the gun (muzzleloaders). The Caplock was a great improvement over the flintlock as it was less susceptible to weather-related misfires. The original of this pistol was made in Brescia, Italy in about 1825. This non-firing version is accurately detailed and shows typical Italian craftsmanship – a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-firing
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 23cm 9"
Overall 38cm 15"
Weight 0.555Kg 1lb 4oz

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Italian Percussion Pistol (Brescia), 1825 - Brass

(Ref: G1013L)

“Caplock” or “Percussion Lock” pistols were so called because the lock system causes a percussion cap to be struck by the hammer when the trigger is pulled. Powder inside the cap ignites and this in turn ignites the main powder charge, which propels a lead ball from the barrel. Most (though not all) caplock firearms were loaded from the muzzle of the gun (muzzleloaders). The Caplock was a great improvement over the flintlock as it was less susceptible to weather-related misfires. The original of this pistol was made in Brescia, Italy in about 1825. This non-firing version is accurately detailed and shows typical Italian craftsmanship – a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-firing
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 23cm 9"
Overall 38cm 15"
Weight 0.555Kg 1lb 4oz

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Italian Percussion Duelling Pistols (Brescia), 1825 - Steel

(Ref: G2-1013G)

“Caplock” or “Percussion Lock” pistols were so called because the lock system causes a percussion cap to be struck by the hammer when the trigger is pulled. Powder inside the cap ignites and this in turn ignites the main powder charge, which propels a lead ball from the barrel. Most (though not all) caplock firearms were loaded from the muzzle of the gun (muzzleloaders). The Caplock was a great improvement over the flintlock as it was less susceptible to weather-related misfires. The original of this pistol was made in Brescia, Italy in about 1825. This non-firing version is accurately detailed and shows typical Italian craftsmanship – a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-firing
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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Italian Flintlock Pistol, 1825 - Steel

(Ref: G1031G)

This Italian Pistol is brought to you here by Denix.

Key Features

  • Authentic Detailing
  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanisms

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 20cm 7¾"
Overall 37cm 14½"
Weight 0.690Kg 1lb 8oz

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Italian Flintlock Pistol, 1825 - Brass

(Ref: G1031L)

This Italian Pistol is brought to you here by Denix.

Key Features

  • Authentic Detailing
  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanisms

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 20cm 7¾"
Overall 37cm 14½"
Weight 0.690Kg 1lb 8oz

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Italian Flintlock Pistol, 18th C.

(Ref: G1045G)

This Italian Pistol os brought to you by Denix.

Key Features

  • Authentic Detailing
  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanisms

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Overall 43cm 17"
Weight 0.645Kg 1lb 7oz

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Italian Three barrel Flintlock Pistol, made by Lorenzoni, 1680 - Ivory/Steel

(Ref: G1016G)

“Flintlock” pistols were so called because the lock uses a flint to strike sparks into the priming pan when the trigger is pulled. A small amount of gunpowder in this pan is ignited, which in turn ignites the main gunpowder charge in the barrel, firing the lead ball. Both the main charge and the ball were loaded from the front, or muzzle, of the barrel, after which the priming charge was poured into the pan – all very time consuming! Often the priming charge would burn but fail to ignite the main charge – hence the expression “flash in the pan”! The original of this particular flintlock pistol was made by Lorenzi in Italy in about 1680 and the engraved coat of arms is that of the famous Medici family. This non-firing version is accurately detailed - a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Brass finish
  • Fancy engraved imitation ivory grips
  • Functional/moveable parts

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 14cm 5½"
Overall 28cm 11"
Weight 0.880Kg 1lb 15oz

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Italian Three barrel Flintlock Pistol, made by Lorenzoni, 1680 - Ivory/Brass

(Ref: G1016L)

“Flintlock” pistols were so called because the lock uses a flint to strike sparks into the priming pan when the trigger is pulled. A small amount of gunpowder in this pan is ignited, which in turn ignites the main gunpowder charge in the barrel, firing the lead ball. Both the main charge and the ball were loaded from the front, or muzzle, of the barrel, after which the priming charge was poured into the pan – all very time consuming! Often the priming charge would burn but fail to ignite the main charge – hence the expression “flash in the pan”! The original of this particular flintlock pistol was made by Lorenzi in Italy in about 1680 and the engraved coat of arms is that of the famous Medici family. This non-firing version is accurately detailed - a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Brass finish
  • Fancy engraved imitation ivory grips
  • Functional/moveable parts

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 14cm 5½"
Overall 28cm 11"
Weight 0.880Kg 1lb 15oz

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The models on this website cannot chamber or fire ammunition. They are designed for display purposes only. The models are constructed from a material unsuitable for use in a firearm. Any attempt to use this model as a firearm will cause it to explode. Medieval Weaponry assumes no responsibility from either intentional or accidental misuse of the models.

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