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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
Cool Looking Spanish Made Miquelet Pistol by Cams Circa 1735
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Here is a cool looking original flintlock pistol. This one fires a single bullet of about .65 caliber. It has the full-length 8 1/2-inch octagonal and round barre. At the breech of the barrel it is marked "CA / MS". It is believed that these markings are that of the Cams Company. Cams is a well-known maker from the Ripoll region of Spain, circa 1735. See pages 94 & 98 in Spanish Guns and Pistols by W. Keith Neal for reference and similar markings and proofs. This pattern is referred to by collectors as a "Miquelet" flintlock. It has the external style spring of Miquelet action and it is still in the original It is still fully functional. It is designed with the elaborately scroll engraved lock with embossed face in the center on the plate opposite of the lockplate with some old glue buildup. It has the single piece wooden stock with the ornately carved wrist and has an inlaid escutcheon. The front of the stock is missing some wood and the nose cap. It has the detailed scroll engraved brass furniture with carved face to bottom on the grip cap. It has an original brass tipped wood ramrod with some old splits and loss to the wood. This is a very cool looking gun that is almost 300 years old.

Item #: B3759
Shipping Weight: 6 lbs
Your Price:$1,850.00 USD
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