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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
DUBLIN IRELAND Flintlock Pistol from the Rev War to War of 1812 Timeframe
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What a cool looking BIG bore pistol. This a is an original flintlock single shot pistol from Dunlin. The lockplate of this pistol has the desirable "TRULOCK" maker's marking. This is mark of W. Trulock who was located in Dublin Ireland and is listed as only making guns between 1770 and 1810. In 1810 they started using the name of Trulock and Son so we know this one is earlier than that. The gun has the full-length at 7-5/8ths inches and fires a whopping .75 caliber round ball. Along the top of the barrel it has the "DUBLIN" production location. At the breech of the barrel it has the correct proof markings. The lockplate is still in the original flintlock configuration and the action still works crisply on the positions. It has the gorgeous untouched dark tone wooden stock with the brass triggerguard and ramrod channel guide. In the channel under the barrel it has the original ramrod remaining. This is a great looking gun from all angles that deserves a good home.

Item #: A9363
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Your Price:$1,750.00 USD
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