Golden Age of Piracy - Marlborough Wars - Colonial America
The Golden Age of Piracy around the time of the reign of Queen Anne has fascinated generations of historic enthusiasts. Legendary pirates like "Black Bart" Roberts, William Kidd, Edward "Blackbeard" Teach and Anne Bonny all sailed the seas during the first two decades of the 18th Century. Signature to look of these pirates was the wearing of numerous pistols of various sizes both on belts and in holsters. More reasonably-sized pistols was really a mini-revolution in weapons technology at the time, and was embraced by any one place in close quarter combat like privateers, buccaneers or other sailors. Undoubtedly this pistol also so extensive use on land by officers and cavalry troops in the battles of the War of the Spanish Succession or Marlborough wars.
Early 18th Century illustrations of Blackbeard (left and centre) and Anne Bonny. Notice the various holstering methods for the various sized pistols.
Edward "Blackbeard" Teach by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris in 1922
This reproduction is 13 inches long with a 7 1/2 inch, 50 caliber barrel done in the style of many turned barrels of the time. The highly-polished steel used in the barrel is made of tempered seamless modern steel (type:BS970 no.080M40) with a threaded breech plug.
The lock is made with strong durable springs and has a case-hardened frizzen (hammer) that throws good sparks. We use a cyanide case-hardening factory process that makes sparking both more reliable and longer lasting. Presently no other musket provider uses this technique.
As with all our other flintlocks, the vent is not drilled (read details below) so we can ship easily to our door throughout North America and to Europe and the UK. Aside from that they are exactly like the originals. A fine addition to any collection.
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If upon receiving your musket you are not completely happy with your purchase, you may return it for a refund. All we ask is you cover the shipping costs. It has to be returned in two weeks of receipt and be in its original state (unaltered and unmodified).
We sell historically accurate muskets and pistols in a non-firing state. This allows us to comply with various local, state, national and international firearms regulations, along with shipping company policy restrictions. A certified gunsmith may decide to alter a musket or pistol to a firing state by drilling the vent hole and test firing it. We are not legally responsible for any alteration from its present non-firing state. Please read our Conditions of Use and Legal Disclaimer. The customer is expected to be aware of the laws of their locality that govern products of this nature.Pistols are considered restricted weapons in Canada and in a number of other countries. Please consult with local authorities before making or converting any replica pistol into a firing state. We are not legally responsible for any infractions or ignorance of the law by the customer.
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