XVII Century European Lombard Flintlock Pistol Replica - 304

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This pistol is a non-firing replica of the XVII Century Lombard flintlock pistol, often associated with the troops under the command of the French King Louis XIII. The flintlock quickly became the weapon of choice for the 17th Century soldier or gentleman in need of a sidearm for self-defense.

This highly detailed replica features an octagonal pommel and an enlarged muzzle with working non-firing mechanism and is decorated with golden cast metal.

At 38cm in length, this is a full size and weight reproduction and is perfect to use in a reenactment, LARP, cosplay, stage show or even as a great costume or conversation piece.

The pistol comes in original packaging with an information booklet that gives a brief explanation of the history of pistols and the impact they had in the 17th and 18th century.

Whilst the pistol has a working action The construction of the mechanism means this pistol can never be converted to fire shot.

No license is required.

Overall length: 32cm

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


Age Restrictions:
17th Century
Wood & Metal construction
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You can view our guide to replica care and display here.