Replica flintock pistol - 17th Century
A flintlock pistol is the name for any gun with a flintlock mechanism. This type of pistol was introduced at the beginning of the 17th century for the French King Louis XIII and became the sidearm of choice for the enlightened gentleman. Flintock pistols were primarily used for self-defence but were prone to misfires and accidental firing. This 17th Century replica flintlock pistol is hand crafted in Italy and is constructed entirely from wood and iron like the 17th century originals. This pistol is non-firing, although it does have a working mechanism.
No license is required. Overall length: 32cm Please note that we are unable to send this replica outside of the U.K.
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