This Four Barrel Flintlock Pistol was introduced in the early 17th century. Our non firing replica has working metal parts and the four barrels can be rotated.
This massive, non-firing flintlock firearm has a full wood stock, brass finish barrel, cast metal parts and a working flintlock mechanism. 26" overall, just over 3 pounds.
This non-firing replica features ornate antique grey filigree etching on the barrel, firing mechanism and pistol guard. Butt plate is a relief of the skull and crossbones. Antique wood and metal. Overall 14".
This non-firing replica is manufactured of wood and metal parts and lavishly finished in antique silver and gold. Moving parts. Overall 15". Weighs 1 lb/3 oz.
This non-firing flintlock pistol features rotating double barrels with separate pans, dual tone finish on metal furniture, and engraved metal butt plate and grip. Cast metal with faux ivory scales. Overall 14" long.
This non-firing replica features a hammer that cocks, frizzen pan that opens and a trigger that works. Real hardwood stock with metal barrel, lock and hardware. Overall 15-1/2" long. Weighs 1 lb/8 oz.
Most of us do not necessarily associate pirate guns with buccaneers. We envisage pirates with cutlasses and small swords wreaking havoc on a burning ship. But, do not be mistaken. Pirate guns and pistols were essential components of their offensive arsenal. The most commonly used was the flintlock pistol, which ticked all boxes for pirate warfare – small, easy to carry, and perfect for close combat. Then there was the multi-barrelled pistol featuring two or four barrels that were designed to fire separately. Volley pistols were an upgrade on the multi-barrelled pistol in that several barrels could be fired simultaneously. Further, there was the pocket pistol that was small and easy to conceal and fired one shot at a time; these were meant to be used only at close range.
Museum Replicas' collection of non-firing replica pirate pistols includes the classic flintlock, a double barrel, and a dueling pistol, among other fantastic options. All items in this selection are artistically appealing. They are fashioned from a range of materials such as antiqued wood, metal, and faux ivory, and each is exquisitely detailed and made with the utmost care and expertise. Browse through the selection and you will find weapons that will impress even the most experienced seadog. Pick one and come aboard matey.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Death’s Head Flintlock Pistol
This is a great, high quality piece for any collection. The weight and feel of it is perfect. Nothing feels loose or cheap. A fine addition to anyone's pirate kit.
Reviewed by: Stephen, May 19, 2020
Review of: 18th Century Flintlock
Excellent feel, look, and quality. I gave it to my beautiful girlfriend as an early Valentine's Day present and she was beyond thrilled with it! Even is big enough for someone with big hands like mine.
Reviewed by: Alexander, February 13, 2019
Review of: 18th Century Flintlock
This replica has a great weight and hand-feel to it. The mechanism is smooth working, the hammer is authentic in as much as it can be cocked or half cocked, the frisson moves well and the trigger mechanism works flawlessly. I can believe that they used historic molds for this piece. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by: Steven, December 19, 2014