1825 Italian Percussion Pistol - Non-Firing
"Caplock" or "Percussion Lock" pistols were so called because the lock system causes a percussion cap to be struck by the hammer when the trigger is pulled. Powder inside the cap ignites and this in turn ignites the main powder charge, which propels a lead ball from the barrel. Most (though not all) caplock firearms were loaded from the muzzle of the gun (muzzleloaders). The Caplock was a great improvement over the flintlock as it was less susceptible to weather-related misfires. The original of this pistol was made in Brescia, Italy in about 1825. This Non Firing version of an Italian Percussion Pistol circa 1825 is accurately detailed and shows typical Italian craftsmanship - a great costume or conversation piece.
* Non-firing replica
* Authentic detailing
* Functional lock mechanism
Overall Length: 15 Inches
Weight: 1lb 2oz
Barrel Length: 9 Inches
This is a non-firing copy of the original. This piece replicates the original in size, weight and appearance, and functions much like the original. However, this replica cannot be made to fire or part interchanged.
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