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A replica century matchlock musket owned for twenty years by a veteran member of the Sealed Knot, an English Civil War re-enactment group

A rare 12 shot turret percussion revolver   provenance:	 	Europe dating:	 	third quarter of the 19th Century   description:	 	Smooth, octagonal, 7 mm cal. barrel with rib and foresight; disk-shaped, twelve-shot cylinder, pierced with flowers on both sides, provided with opening to loas the cylinder on the left side, folding trigger; grip with ebony grip scales.   note	 	See a similar revolver in "FIREARMS CURIOSA" by Lewis Winant, page

A rare 12 shot turret percussion revolver provenance: Europe dating: third quarter of the 19th Century description: Smooth, octagonal, 7 mm cal. barrel with rib and foresight; disk-shaped, twelve-shot cylinder, pierced with flowers on both sides, provided with opening to loas the cylinder on the left side, folding trigger; grip with ebony grip scales. note See a similar revolver in "FIREARMS CURIOSA" by Lewis Winant, page

Key Guns...Yeah, that'll cause...A paper cut? lol

Key guns, - Jailers’ keys were filled with gunpowder to create a primitive gun that could be detonated if there was any trouble when opening a cell door.

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Double Barrel Knife Percussion Pistol Dated: circa 1850 Measurements: 12 overall length This knife/percussion pistol was made by the Belgian-French gunmakers of Dumonthier & Sons.

Lord Nelson friend sword-pistol sells for £11,000 in Staffordshire

Lord Nelson friend sword-pistol sells for £11,000 in Staffordshire

Sword-pistol 'brandished by Lord Nelson' at Battle of Trafalgar goes up for auction | Mail Online

Sword-pistol 'brandished by Lord Nelson' at Battle of Trafalgar goes up for auction

Rich history: The weapon was discovered in a collection of his possessions owned by Lord Nelson's closest friend Alexander Davison

Zombie Apocalypse Weapons- Not sure I want to get close enough to one in order to use this:)

Actual weapon from Definitely looks steampunk. this is awesome and i want it

1680 English Pocket pistol at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "n late 17th- and early 18th-century England such small single-shot pistols with a flintlock mechanism (one of several types of mechanism) were carried for protection. It was designed to be carried in the pocket of a travelling coat. Like other English pistols of this type, it has no trigger guard or steel furniture on the butt (grip)."

Flintlock pocket pistol

Weapons like this combination pistol-knife are often referred to as a "Cut n' Shoot".  Cut n' Shoots originated in the 16th Century; German and French gunsmiths turned out hunting knives coupled to pistols, the idea being that a wild boar, wounded or cornered by hunting dogs, could be stuck with the blade then the gun would be fired.  This Cut n' Shoot is very unusual and visually appealing.  It is a small caliber smoothbore flintlock. This one is 30-40 yrs. old but some modern ones are…

Weapons like this combination pistol-knife are often referred to as a "Cut n' Shoot".

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Japanese snaphaunce pistol, c. cal, 5 in octagon barrel, flared muzzle, gilt-brass securing straps and triggerguard

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