Based off of one of the rarest flintlock models ever used, the Left Handed Brass Indian Flintlock is a unique collectible replica pistol. Originally, this style of pistol was ideal so its user could wield a cutlass with their right hand. The lock is placed on the left side, which prevents it from snagging on its users holster or clothing as it is drawn. This wooden pistol features ornate engravings on its lock, butt, and barrel, which is finished in beautiful brass hues. This style of flintlock is designed after similar pistols used in Lucknow, India circa 1776. Equipped with a working action, you can cock the hammer and pull the trigger of this flintlock pistol. This Left Handed Brass Indian Flintlock is a replica pistol that will be sure to shine in your collection, both for its unique history and its eye catching qualities.
Please note that this replica firearm is completely decorative. While it has moving parts, it cannot be made to fire live ammo and should not be excessively dry-fired.
- Non-firing, decorative replica
- Originally intended for left handed use
- Based off of one of the rarest flintlock models ever
- Features engravings on the brass hued lock and butt plate
- Equipped with a working action
- Designed after pistols from 1776 Lucknow, India
- Great for personal display or for gifting
- Made from a Zinc Alloy
- Length: 14 Inches