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Denix 18th Century Russian Replica Flintlock Pistol

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SKU:
22-1238
UPC:
8435089712384
Type:
Non-Firing Replica
Cannot Ship To:
NJ, NYC, RI
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SKU:22-1238 ,UPC:

Details

SKU:
22-1238
UPC:
8435089712384
Type:
Non-Firing Replica
Cannot Ship To:
NJ, NYC, RI

Description

Flintlock pistols were so called because the lock uses a flint to strike sparks into the priming pan when the trigger is pulled. This unique 18th Century Flintlock Pistol has an octagonal-to-round blued barrel. This classic replica gun features an elaborately engraved simulated brass receiver and engraved ivory grip and eagle head handle. The original of this particular flintlock pistol was made in Tula, Russia, in the early 18th century and its decoration and finish, as compared with Western European models, is distinctive.



Features
  • Museum Quality Reproduction

  • Has working lock mechanism

  • Authentic detailing

  • Authentic size and weight of actual gun

  • Makes a unique decorator item and conversation piece

  • Non-fireable and cannot be altered to do so



  • Measurements
  • Barrel length: 8 1/2"

  • Overall length: 14 1/4"

  • Weight: 1lb 1oz






  • 2 Reviews

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    • Joseph - Feb 18th 2018

      4
      Nice, but small and weak springs

      The replica is small compared to my other flintlock pistols. It is very nice looking and matches the bone grip on my rapier very well. The mechanism is on the top, so this could be a right or left pistol. When not cocked, the flint is not touching anything. When the trigger is pulled, the spring has much less force than other Denix replicas. Overall, I am happy with the pistol.

    • Joseph - Feb 18th 2018

      4
      Nice, but small and weak springs

      The replica is small compared to my other flintlock pistols. It is very nice looking and matches the bone grip on my rapier very well. The mechanism is on the top, so this could be a right or left pistol. When not cocked, the flint is not touching anything. When the trigger is pulled, the spring has much less force than other Denix replicas. Overall, I am happy with the pistol.

    2 Reviews

    • Joseph - Feb 18th 2018

      4
      Nice, but small and weak springs

      The replica is small compared to my other flintlock pistols. It is very nice looking and matches the bone grip on my rapier very well. The mechanism is on the top, so this could be a right or left pistol. When not cocked, the flint is not touching anything. When the trigger is pulled, the spring has much less force than other Denix replicas. Overall, I am happy with the pistol.

    • Joseph - Feb 18th 2018

      4
      Nice, but small and weak springs

      The replica is small compared to my other flintlock pistols. It is very nice looking and matches the bone grip on my rapier very well. The mechanism is on the top, so this could be a right or left pistol. When not cocked, the flint is not touching anything. When the trigger is pulled, the spring has much less force than other Denix replicas. Overall, I am happy with the pistol.

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