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Odd flintlock pistol

Discussion in 'Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns' started by Pustic, Oct 26, 2011.

  1. Pustic

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    [​IMG]

    This is a real gun.
  2. jack404

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    back hammer popular for a while in targets and euro shoots

    i've a add for one in german somewhere about 1910 i'll try to find it

    good to see one shooting , cheers!
  3. rdstrain49

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    good grief, how many rounds does that thing hold :AR15firing:
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    One:)
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    I've seen this one somewhere before. Apparently a very accurate target pistol.
  6. jack404

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    spot on flintlock its a target model , forget who did the original i think umberti or someone made a copy , for a while , it was at dixies for a while too ..
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    IF you go to the NMLRA Walter Cline Range in Friendship, IN each June and Sept when the have the 10 day spring and fall national shoots you will see LOTS of back action flinters as well as all types of ignition systems that can be dreamed of. Like Jack states, the back action flint lock is not new. There were German gun smiths expermimiting with them in the early 18th century (1700s) as well as inline flint actions and multi-barreled flint actions.
  8. Buffalochip

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    Seems like the action is on the wrong side--unless this is a left-hand gun being fired by a right-hander.
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