The shot heard around the world represent many historical events, including the first shot fired in the American Revolutionary War, which some believe might have come from a gun like this 1760 Scottish Flintlock Pistol. This pistol is a stunning decoration that features rich ornamentation, making this a firearm fit for a king. This pistol is crafted entirely from metal and features a richly detailed and ornamental stock with a striking gold finish. This replica has working, moving parts, which means that when you rotate the pan, cock the hammer, and pull the trigger, the hammer falls just like it should. It even features a belt hook on the left side that is perfect for securing this pistol to a waistband. Please note that this is a decorative replica flintlock pistol, and, in spite of whatever moving parts it may possess, it cannot be converted into a working, firing flintlock firearm and cannot fire live ammo. Also, it should not be excessively dry fired. If you truly believe that a pistol like this is one that fired the first shot of the American Revolutionary War, then that makes this 1760 Scottish Flintlock Pistol a true collectors item to have. And even if you do not, this pistol is still a stunning display piece to have in your home.
- Completely Decorative
- An Impressively Designed Replica Flintlock Pistol
- Has an Incredibly Real Look and Feel
- Crafted Entirely from Metal and Richly Engraved and Detailed
- Engraved a Working and Moving Frizzen, Hammer, and Trigger
- A Non-Firing Replica
- A Great Collectible, Prop Weapon, or Gift Idea
- Length: 12 Inches
- Weight: 2 lbs.