Designed for use by left handed folks and for right handed folks who wanted to wield a cutlass in their dominant hand, the Left Handed Gray Indian Flintlock is a reproduction of one of the rarest flintlock models in history. Unlike most firearms, the lock of this pistol is placed on the left side, preventing it from snagging on your holster or clothes when it is being drawn from your belt. This replica pistol features a wooden finish, with a beautifully engraved gray lock and butt plate. The design of this flintlock is based off of similar pistols used circa 1776 in Lucknow, India. This flintlock pistol is also equipped with a working action, meaning you can cock the hammer and pull the trigger. A great addition to your collection, the Left Handed Gray Indian Flintlock is unique in its style and its reproduction.
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 gray 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