English Pocket Pistol - Kumbley & Brum, 1795

  • $8500

Reproduction of the ornate flintlock pocket gun manufactured by Kumbley & Brum in London in 1795. 

Flintlock pistols were made in a great variety of sizes and styles. The smaller ones were less than 6 inches long, fit in a pocket and could easily be worn by women.

These pistols were used for self-defense until the middle of the 19th century. Their effective range was short as well as being slow to reload so were often used as a complement to a sword or knife. 

Made of metal and imitation ivory.

Dimensions: 19.5 cm

Weight: 420 g

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