Stumbled upon a few of these guns and thought y'all might wanna see them. The first gun is a combination of a pistol and a mace. It is from Northern Europe, from Saxony, from the last quarter of the 16th century (1575-1600). http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_lUIbQFSCMpA/SkN6kVID4FI/AAAAAAAAAKU/_JIZZIjZMig/s1600-h/Combined+pernach-mace+and+wheel-lock+pistol..jpg The next gun is called a Tschinke. And was a light hunting rifle used mainly for shooting birds. It takes its name from Teschen in Poland (where this type of weapon was developed) and was a popular hunting weapon among the north European nobility during the seventeenth century. The nobility were able to afford to have, beautifully, ornately inlaid decoration on their guns, like some of the examples shown below. I just thought y'all might enjoy these, they are truly fascinating to me.