JOSEPH KIRNER 1807 PISTOL
JOSEPH KIRNER 1807 PISTOL

JOSEPH KIRNER 1807 PISTOL

£2750

Vendor : Kolser

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Ref: 47-1103L

JOSEPH KIRNER 1807 PISTOL

Replica of a French percussion pistol of the eighteenth century, which was very popular from the reign of Louis XV when, with his poorly judged mandate, laid the foundations for the French revolution. Kolser maintains the style and shape of this beautiful flintlock pistol. It is 32 cm and is made of resin and silver metal. This type of weapon was mostly used in duels such as first shot, first blood or the famous duel to the death. These weapons were to be an extension of the arm for those who accepted the duel, and it was normal for French and Belgian pistols to have a grooved barrel in order to give precision to the shot. It is a splendid piece that, when wielding it, you will feel like those nobles who, with duels, upheld their honor.


Overall Length: 32 cm