1850s Belgian Percussion Pistol

1850s Belgian Percussion Pistol

You are considering an antique 1850s Belgian Percussion Pistol. This pistol features two Belgian-Proof marks which date to 1853. It has a 9-inch octagonal-to-round barrel with a unique and prominent oval-shaped muzzle. The metalwork shows that it has been cared for over its life with mild spots of surface pitting and not much original finish remaining. The percussion lock mechanism functions well and secures nicely, it is adorned with floral engraving. The woodwork also appears to have been maintained in its life and sports nicely hand-carved checkering along the grip. This pistol comes with an attached ramrod.


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