This flintlock is designed to be drawn and shot with your left hand, leaving your right free for another weapon. Few antique firearms compare to the Left-Handed Brass Austrian Flintlock Pistol, as its appearance is second to none. This pistol features the locking mechanism on the left of side of the pistol, which means you can holster it on your right side and draw it without having the lock catch on either your holster or your clothing. The wooden stock is broader at the base and uniquely shaped, which makes it a joy to handle. Floral vines and blooms, rendered as a brass finished plate on the grip, add a touch of decoration to this pistol. The brass finished barrel only further complements the appearance, while the engravings on both the barrel and the lock add the final touches that truly set this pistol apart from all the rest. The locking mechanism is fully functional, which means that the steel rotates and that the hammer, when cocked back, will fall with a satisfying clink when the trigger is pulled. Please note that this is a replica firearm and that in spite of what moving parts it may possess or how realistic it looks, it cannot be converted into a working flintlock firearm. The distinctive and unique shape of this Left-Handed Austrian Flintlock Pistol is what makes it a truly impressive display piece.
- Made Specifically for a Left-Handed Draw
- An Impressively Designed Replica Flintlock
- Has a Realistic Look and Feel
- Features a Working Lock and Trigger Mechanism
- Barrel and Lock are Decoratively Engraved
- A Non-Firing Replica
- A Great Collectible, Prop, or Gift Idea
- Made from a Zinc Alloy
- Length: 15.5 Inches
- Weight: 2 lbs.