A gorgeous brace of French M1837 Naval Pistols!

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  • The Saint

    Black Powder Nerd/Resident Junk Collector
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    Dec 10, 2021
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    Baltimore County
    Picked these up today and couldn't me more thrilled with them. I don't think these will hit the shelf...and if they do it will likely be for decoration only haha! They look to have been possibly redone in some capacity some years ago...they are absolutely immaculately clean with nearly perfect bores and retain all original cartouches and such. They're both .60cal smooth; one made at Chatellerault and the other Tulle. While not the most expensive or rare out there, these are indeed uncommon in this good of a condition. Consider me tickled pink.
     

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    Longhorse

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    Those are pretty cool. The condition is quite impressive considering their age.
     

    Biggfoot44

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    The phrase you're looking for is. " Experemental Archaeology " , but you have to say it with a Hunglish accent .
     

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