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Flintlock Pistols

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Flintlock Blunderbuss 18th Century - Left Handed

(Ref: G1130G)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £45.99 SALE PRICE £22.80

“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 – whence the expression “flash in the pan!”

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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Flintlock Pirate Pistol 18th Century - Left Handed

(Ref: G1126G)

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“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 – whence the expression “flash in the pan!”

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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Italian Flintlock Pistol, 1825 - Brass

(Ref: G1031L)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £55.99 SALE PRICE £27.60

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"! This non-firing version is accurately detailed, a great re-enactment or conversation piece.

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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Three-Cannon Pistol, Manufactured by Lorenzoni, Italy 1680 - Brass

(Ref: G1016L)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £55.99 SALE PRICE £27.60

“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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Three-Cannon Pistol, Manufactured by Lorenzoni, Italy 1680 - Steel

(Ref: G1016G)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £49.99 SALE PRICE £25.20

“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

  • Silver 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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Flintlock Dueling Pistol, Versailles (France) 1810

(Ref: G1134L)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £67.99 SALE PRICE £33.60

“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 – whence the expression “flash in the pan!”

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Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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OUR PRICE: 33.60 / 38.98 (Including VAT at 20%)

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French Pirate Flintlock Pistol, 18th C.

(Ref: G1012)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £67.99 SALE PRICE £33.60

“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 – whence the expression “flash in the pan!”

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional flintlock mechanism
  • Accurate size and detailing

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 19cm 7½"
Overall 35.5cm 14"
Weight 0.630Kg 1lb 6oz

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Flintlock Pistol France 18th Century

(Ref: G1127G)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £49.99 SALE PRICE £25.20

“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 – whence the expression “flash in the pan!”

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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English Flintlock Pistol, Manufactured by Bunney, 18th C. - Ivory/Brass

(Ref: G237L)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £22.99 SALE PRICE £11.40

"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 – whence the expression "flash in the pan!" The original of this particular flintlock pistol was made in London during the 18th century. This non-firing version is accurately detailed - a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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OUR PRICE: 11.40 / 13.22 (Including VAT at 20%)

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Double-Barrelled Turn-Over Pistol, Made by W.Bailes, England, 1750

(Ref: G1264)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £86.99 SALE PRICE £43.20

Originally manufactured by W. Bailes in 1750 in the UK, this unique flintlock pistol gave you two barrels of attack. After the first shot, the entire barrel assembly could be turned over 180 degrees to immediately fire a second shot. As easy to carry as a single shot, your foes will be surprised at the awesome double barrel effectiveness. This beautifully engraved non-firing colonial flintlock pistol features rotating double barrels with separate pans, dual tone finish on metal furniture, and engraved metal butt plate and grip. Wooden ram rods remove, parts function. Cast metal with faux ivory scales This non-firing version is accurately detailed - a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Overall 33cm 13"

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Flintlock Pistol, 18th. C. - Gold

(Ref: G1077L)

Flintlock Pistol, 18th. C. - Gold
CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £50.99 SALE PRICE £25.20

"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 – whence the expression "flash in the pan!" The original of this particular flintlock pistol was made in England in the 18th century. This non-firing version is accurately detailed - a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

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Flintlock Pocket Pistol, England 1798 - Gold Finish

(Ref: G1009L)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £22.99 SALE PRICE £11.40

Not all flintlock pistols were great, clunky, cumbersome things. Some, as this 1798 English Flintlock Pistol demonstrates, were smaller. This one also possesses striking decoration, making it a great pistol for anyone of taste and class to carry. In fact, you might go so far as to say that a smaller pistol like this one was an early derringer, being easy to conceal and carry, as well as easy to draw in a moment's notice. Intricate in its detail, this pistol is quite the eye-catcher as well, as it's covered in rich detailing that makes this pistol seem like a work of art.

The white grip is carved with stunning floral designs, while the frame of the pistol is further engraved, while also featuring a decorative hammer and frizzen. The barrel is also unique, featuring the same antiqued finish as the frame, as well as a slightly wider mouth, which gives this pistol a unique look and feel. It's somewhat small for a flintlock, measuring only 6 inches long. Please note, however, that this is a replica pistol only and that in spite of any moving parts it may feature or how realistic it looks, it cannot be converted into a working flintlock firearm.

With its realistic yet ornate look, this 1798 English Flintlock Pistol makes for a great costume weapon for the ladies and gentlemen of many different eras, and it also makes for a great collectible to have sitting around your home, where it will surely awe all your guests who catch sight of it.

Key Features

  • Non-Firing Replica
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 9cm 3½"
Overall 15cm 6"
Weight 0.48Kg 1lb 1oz

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OUR PRICE: 11.40 / 13.22 (Including VAT at 20%)

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General Washington's British Flintlock Pistol, 18th C.

(Ref: G1228)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £89.99 SALE PRICE £45.00

George Washington's favorite pistol was made in London in 1748 by Hawkins, one of the best known gunmakers of the period, and it still survives as a national treasure. Elegant in its design, the gun combines simple, clean lines with tasteful silver decoration. This non-firing replica has all of the features of the original, including the George Washington nameplate on the grip.

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Part of American history
  • Functional lock mechanism

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OUR PRICE: 45.00 / 52.20 (Including VAT at 20%)

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Colonial Flintlock Pistol 18th Century

(Ref: G1102G)

CLOSING DOWN SALE RRP £45.99 SALE PRICE £22.80

"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 – whence the expression "flash in the pan!" This non-firing version is accurately detailed - a great costume or conversation piece.

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional lock mechanism
  • Authentic detailing

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Barrel Length 12cm 4¾"
Overall 35cm 13¾"
Weight 0.57Kg 1lb 4oz

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OUR PRICE: 22.80 / 26.45 (Including VAT at 20%)

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