Flintlock Pistols

We now carry a full line of flintlock pistols, percussions pistols and blunderbuss pistols. These flintlock pistols are safe and are non-firing. Flintlock pistols, percussions pistols and blunderbuss pistols are great for stage props, theaters, or collectible pieces. Flintlock is a general term for any firearm based on the flintlock mechanism. Introduced about 1630, the flintlock rapidly replaced earlier firearm-ignition technologies, such as the matchlock and wheellock mechanisms. It continued to be in common use for over two centuries, replaced by percussion cap and, later, cartridge-based systems in the early-to-mid 19th century. The Model 1840 U.S. musket was the last flintlock firearm produced for the U.S. military although there is evidence obsolete flintlocks were seeing action in the earliest days of the American Civil War.
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1760 Scottish Flintlock Pistol

Item # AC-22-1246
The shot heard around the world represent many historical events, including the first shot fired in the American Revolutionary War, which some believe might have come from a gun like this 1760 Scottish Flintlock Pistol.
$88.00

1798 Black English Flintlock Pistol

Item # AC-22-1009G
Not all flintlock pistols were clunky, cumbersome things. Some, as this 1798 Black English Flintlock Pistol demonstrates, were smaller. This one possesses striking decoration, suitable for anyone of taste and class to carry.
$24.00

1798 Gold English Flintlock Pistol

Item # AC-22-1009L
Not all flintlock pistols were clunky, cumbersome things. Some, as this 1798 Gold English Flintlock Pistol demonstrates, were smaller. This one possesses striking decoration, suitable for anyone of taste and class to carry.
$26.00

17th C. German Axe-Pistol

Item # FD1010
Warriors and weapon-makers were an inventive sort, always looking to enhance weapon functionality in any way possible. This 17th C. German Axe-Pistol combines the boarding axe with a flintlock to make a weapon that is doubly dangerous!
$98.00

17th Century German Pistol Brass

Item # FD1260L
This German Flintlock Pistol from the early 17th Century is one of the earliest flintlocks made. This replica gun features a wood stock, engraved lock, and simulated engraved blunderbuss barrel and trigger guard.
$40.00

1825 Italian Percussion Pistol Brass

Item # FD1013L
The original of this pistol was made in Brescia, Italy in about 1825. This non-firing version is accurately detailed and shows typical Italian craftsmanship, making it a great costume or conversation piece.
$53.00

1825 Italian Percussion Pistol Pewter

Item # FD1013G
The original of this pistol was made in Brescia, Italy in about 1825. This non-firing version is accurately detailed and shows typical Italian craftsmanship, making it a great costume or conversation piece.
$49.00

18th C. Black Kentucky Flintlock Pistol

Item # AC-22-1135L
The success of the American Long Rifle, dubbed the Kentucky Rifle, contributed to the porting of certain features over to the pistol. The result was a firearm whose design is recreated in this 18th C. Black Kentucky Flintlock Pistol.
$72.00

18th C. Grey Kentucky Flintlock Pistol

Item # AC-22-1135G
The success of the American Long Rifle, dubbed the Kentucky Rifle, contributed to the porting of certain features over to the pistol. The result was a firearm whose design is recreated in this 18th C. Grey Kentucky Flintlock Pistol.
$68.00

18th Century Antique Brass Flintlock Pistol

Item # FD5300
With antique style engravings, the 18th Century Antique Brass Flintlock Pistol is a remarkable replica version of the historical firearm of the same name. This non-firing gun replica makes an impressive collectible or stage prop.
$40.00

18th Century Antique Gray Flintlock Pistol

Item # FD1300
With its intricate cast metal details, the 18th Century Antique Gray Flintlock Pistol is a beautiful firearm replica inspired by the historic handgun of the same name. This non-firing collectible makes a fantastic display piece.
$40.00

18th Century British Dueling Pistols Brass

Item # FD21196L
Flintlock pistols were so called because the pistol uses flint to strike sparks when the trigger is pulled. A small amount of gunpowder is ignited, which ignites the main gunpowder charge in the barrel, firing the lead ball.
$105.00