France - 1er Empire - défense - Silex - Pistol - 13 mm

Description
France - 1er Empire - défense - Silex - Pistol - 13 mm
Very good - 1810 - Not deactivated

Flintlock The trigger is retractable and only comes out at the second notch for firing.
It has a swan-shaped hammer and a protective piece under the cylinder. A safety allows you to load the first notch but not to fire.
Round barrel 45 mm with forced ball: it needs to be unscrewed for loading. Interiors in good condition.
Very nice and rare butt made of burr walnut?
Good quality manufacture.
Very tight springs.
Length: 165 mm
This type of pistol is nicknamed ‘Queen Anne’.
See photos as they are part of the description.
Shipped via Colissimo with insurance and signature required upon on receipt.
Shipping fees are for EU countries, for other countries it does not include customs.

Lot details
Country of manufacture
France
Model
1er Empire
Weapon Type
Pistol
Firing mechanism
Silex
Sub-type
défense
Caliber
13 mm
Certified Deactivation
Not deactivated
Condition
Very good
Year of Manufacture
1810
Overall Length
165 mm
Barrel/ blade length
45 mm
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