HISTORIC GUNS

 ORIGINAL MUZZLE LOADING GUNS

Guns advertised in this section may be owned without a FAC or SGC provided they are held in accordance with Section 58(2) of the 1968 Firearms Act (as a curiosity or ornament) and not fired. If the intention is to fire them, they must be brought onto the appropriate certificate beforehand.

Please note: Prospective purchasers will be required to declare that they are not prohibited from owning Section 58 guns under section 21 of the Firearms Act 1968.

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Stock No.

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Description

Price

GBP

OM113


A good .50 cal flintlock duelling pistol by Nock of London. 10in browned, sighted, octagonal smoothbore barrel (excellent bore) signed 'Nock London'. Original lock, boldly signed 'Nock' with border engraving, set trigger. Steel trigger guard with spur, foliate engraving to guard and fine acorn finial. Nicely figured walnut half stock (cracked to left hand side with old repair) chequered butt with steel butt cap and vacant silver oval, horn tipped fore end and steel tipped ramrod. 15in (38 cm) overall length. 3200

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2950
OM115




A good .44 cal flintlock duelling pistol by Ross. 9in browned, sighted, heavy octagonal smoothbore barrel (excellent bore) with platinum lined touch-hole. Original lock signed 'Ross'  with sliding safety catch. Walnut half stock with chequered grip and vacant silver escutcheon on top tang. Original brass tipped ramrod.
1800

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1650
OM120




A good Allen & Thurber .32 cal muzzle loading pepperbox revolver. 4" steel unsighted barrels inscribed with makers name, address and 1837 patent. Steel frame with floral engraving, double action (fully working) with bar hammer. Two piece walnut bag shaped grips. 595

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