This amazing 18th Century Flintlock Pirate Replica Pistol is handcrafted to the highest specifications in Spain, the weight and dimensions are precise and accurate, they contain all the authentic working and moving parts but for obvious reasons are unable to fire a live round.
This flintlock pistol was designed for maximum carnage at short range so lent itself particularly useful for close quarters combat. It would fire a devastating large amount of lead shot across a wide angle, so it became the preferred weapon of choice for sea faring privateers and pirates. It has the skull and crossed cutlasses embellishing the handle.
Furthermore the pirates after shooting were forced to draw their sabre’s, swords or to use the pistol as a club if they could not re-load it in time, and because of its heavier weight could efficiently crack the skulls of your enemies like hens eggs.
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Flintlock pistols are one of the most commonly used firearms by the pirates in the eighteen century, had a flint or flint stone, which when it was triggered by the hammer produced the spark that ignited the gunpower.
All these pistols required the lead shot to be reloaded manually after each shot.
Material: Wood, Zamec.
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