LMTD 18th Century Flintlock Pistol Replica with Brass Ornate Handle Butt. A detailed collectible LOADED with history!
Lesson: Flintlock pistols were so called because the lock uses a flint to strike sparks into the priming pan when the trigger is pulled. A small amount of gunpowder in this pan is ignited, which in turn ignites the main gunpowder charge in the barrel, firing the lead ball.
Both the main charge and the ball were loaded from the front, or muzzle, of the barrel, after which the priming charge was poured into the pan... all very time consuming! Often the priming charge would burn but fail to ignite the main charge, hence the expression flash in the pan! This non-firing model is carefully and accurately detailed... great for costumes or collections.
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Replica with Brass Ornate Handle Butt