This flintlock is designed to drawn with your left hand, allowing you to wield another weapon in your right. This Left-Handed Brass Napoleonic Flintlock Pistol is the handgun of the imperial forces of Emperor Bonaparte. 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 pistol features a beautiful wood stock that is been decorated with a brass-finished trigger guard, as well as a brass Napoleonic emblem set right on the grip. The barrel, too, features an attractive brass finish, as well as engravings, which only enhance its look. The locking mechanism is fully functional and touched with fine engravings of its own, which ensures that even among typical flintlocks, this pistol has the detailing necessary to stand out in a crowd. The working flintlock means that the frizzen or strike plate rotates, and when the hammer is cocked back and the trigger is pulled, the hammer falls forward to strike the frizzen with a satisfying clink. Please note that this is a replica pistol and in spite of how realistic it might look or any moving parts it may possess, it cannot be converted into a working flintlock firearm. The Left-Handed Brass Napoleonic Flintlock Pistol is an old gun with French styling, one that will no doubt appeal to those who hail Bonaparte as a great military leader.
- 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 Inches
- Weight: 2 lbs.