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Denix 18TH Century Replica Flintlock Pistol - Pirate


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This practical 18th century French pirate flintlock does not boast much decoration, except for the skull and crossbones embossed into the handle. A typical example of a flintlock carried by French marauders and pirateers on the high seas. 1012 French Pirate Pistol, 18th Century. The great era of piracy in the Caribbean began in the 1560s and died out in the 1720s as the nation-states of Western Europe with colonies in the Americas began to exert more state control over the waterways of the New World. The period during which pirates were most successful was from the 1640s until the 1680s. Piracy flourished in the Caribbean because of British seaports such as Port Royal in Jamaica and the French settlement at Tortuga. This flintlock pirate pistol replica will make the perfect conversation piece or will complement your pirate costume. Great for gun collections as well!

  • Functional flintlock mechanism

  • Non-fireable

  • Accurate size and detailing

  • Measurements
  • Barrel Length: 7 3/8"

  • Overall Length: 13 7/8"

  • Weight: 1lb 4oz

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    • 5
      Good looking pistol

      Posted by George C Karcher on Feb 22nd 2021

      This is a very nice peace, very well made and will look good in my collection.

    • 4
      DENIX 18th Century Replica flintlock pistol - pirate

      Posted by john Franklin on Jun 24th 2020

      Shipping was quick, packaging good. Purchased as a photographic prop, weight and size appear good. Ram rod for barrel does not come out. Hammer cocks back three levels and strikes forward when trigger pulled. Overall very pleased with the replica weapon.