XVII Century European Flintlock Pistol Replica - 312

£34.99
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This is a replica of a late 17th century flintlock pistols.

Beautifully crafted by skilled artisans, this replica 17th century flintlock pistol embodies quality and attention to detail.

At 44 cm long this is a life sized reproduction piece that feels reassuringly weighty to hold.

Made from wood, with barrel and forniments in burnished cast metal, this 17th century replica flintlock pistol is not a flashy display piece, but has been crafted to have a distinguished superiority that speaks for itself.

This pistol features an older, chunkier, plain form of stock that is closer to those found on the early flintlock pistols of the 17th century, and a lock of a style developed in France in that century.

The zinc-alloy used in this late 17th Century European flintlock pistol replica is softer than the steel and brass that the barrel and lock components would have originally been forged in.

Despite this European 17th century flintlock pistol being made from materials that are unsuitable for use in real firearms, the firing mechanism does work and the pistol makes a satisfying “clunk" when the trigger is pulled.

With its working firing mechanism, this reproduction pistol would make an ideal prop for Stage and TV performances.

The pistol comes in original packaging, with an information booklet that explains in summary the history of pistols, and the impact they had on society in XVIth – XVII centuries.

This is just one in our collection of iconic Flintlock replica pistols.

Please note that due to restrictions imposed by our couriers we are unable to send these Replica Flintlock Pistols outside the U.K.

General

Brand:
The Knight Shop
Genre:
17th Century
Packaging Dimensions:
approx.45x11x5.5cm
Does the trigger pull and cock?

Yes the trigger does pull pack and cocks.

Does it produce smoke or fire caps?

Our selection of Flintlock pistols do not produce smoke or fire caps.

Is it possible to put orange tips in for use in public for a convention?

There's no requirement for orange muzzles in the UK, and no legal restriction on realistic imitation firearms of a pre-1870 design. Whilst anything resembling a firearm might be deemed a realistic imitation firearm by police if carried in public without good reason, we can't see why a convention or other event wouldn't qualify as good reason. As this should be taking place on private property for one thing, and participants will have a) costumes and b) tickets for the event, demonstrating said good reason.