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Alexander Ehlers




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PostPosted: Wed 14 Jun, 2017 11:34 am    Post subject: 1796 Pattern British Sea Pistol replica, made in 1970s         Reply with quote

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Salutations.


I have this Flintlock Pistol I want to sale or trade, $270

It isn't in firing shape, there's a gap between the touchhole and flashpan, the frizzen spring to too strong, and the mainspring is a bit out of touch; it doesn't stay in place as it should.

This pistol is of 66 caliber, it's something I finished myself, just the wood, as it was originally a kit.
I honestly think just some additional gunsmithing is required, however that's just too out of my skill level right now.
I have no idea who the maker of this was, only that there's a crown on the lockplate, and that this was made in the 70s. This is similar to some Japanese copies made. there's a belt hook on the other side, I'll see if I can attack a photo of that too.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-fIPCN4A4rIM/WUFxOlqLnDI/AAAAAAAAMWE/hFdLhAfgjS0LA-fGD9gfapBxGwRhONbPwCL0BGAYYCw/h1536/DSCN0510.JPG

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-U2s9bUSUXnQ/WUGB-wcpHuI/AAAAAAAAMWo/k7TGYek3cTIpLJY_KpeckrIPNbnyD0qhQCL0BGAYYCw/h672/Peestol.png


By the way, that mold is NOT included.

The pistol has some minor dings on the pommel, that's because I have indeed used it as a little bit of an hammer, but nothing heavy, just used the ramrod and the pommel to hammer out stuck bullets in a barrel of one of my percussion revolvers.

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Alexander Ehlers




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PostPosted: Sat 17 Jun, 2017 8:28 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

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Since it's an older firearm, we can ship this back and forth all we want without any sort of background, pre-1899 design weapons are not classified as firearms by national law

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