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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
Gold Inlaid Charleville Marked Double Barrel Percussion Pistol
Item #: A146
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WAY COOL! This is a great design on this gun. This is a French Charleville Double Barrel Percussion Pistol. The double barrel fire a bullet of approximately .58 caliber in size. They each measure 6 1/2-inches and are designed in the round to octagonal barrel configuration. What really makes them stand out is along the top of the barrels. It has the gold inlay that reads "CANON / DAIRE A CHARLEVILLE / JORDS". The top of barrels also has the gold inlays with the design of a Panoply of Arms and sunburst inlays. This gun would have originally made as a flintlock, probably about 1750. It was later converted to percussion hammers to make it more modernized, probably in the 1850 's to 1870's. It has the original unmarked lockplates. The gun is made with a fine looking 1-piece walnut wood stock with iron furniture. The wood has the attractive relief carving behind the tang. On the underside near the triggerguard there is a crack in the wood that doesn't affect the action of the gun. It also has the floral work and a German silver design thumb rest also adorns the stock. Underneath the barrel is has a wooden ramrod present. This is a cool looking gun with some very fine gold inlay detail work.

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