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Single Shot Pistols or Multi-Shot Revolvers in the Flintlock Configuration
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
.48 Caliber Early 1800's Ketland Flintlock Pistol with Removable Barrel
Item #: A2061
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Here is a great looking little gun that must have packed a punch. This pistol measures 7-1/4th inches in overall size with the barrel making up 2-1/2 of those inches. The barrel is a long but fired a bullet of about .43 caliber which was quite a load. This is the pattern that has the barrel that was designed so it could be removed for cleaning. This one still unscrews which is a neat thing to show your friends. The frame of the gun has the maker's marking engraved as well as smaller additional floral and geometric patterns. It has the desirable maker's mark of the famous Ketland Company of London. They were one of the premiere maker's of weapons during the 1800's. The mechanics of the gun still work well on all positions. It is in the original flintlock configuration as it was when it was new. The original one-piece dark wood grip is intact on the handle of the gun. Judging by the construction of this gun it would date from about 1800 to 1830. This is a nice solid gun all the way around with the desirable Ketland mark.

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
$495.00 USD

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