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  1. Denix 18th Century Flintlock Musket American Revolution Era Rifle - Non-Firing Replica

    This French flintlock rifle, from the early 1800s, saw service on the European battlefields of the Napoleonic wars. It was used very effectively by the disciplined French infantry, who were highly trained in its use both as a firearm and, with the bayonet fitted, as a thrusting weapon at close quarters. This non-firing version is accurately detailed and has been used in several movies in infantry battle scenes. A great wall decoration.

    • Color: Pewter
    • Brand: Denix
    • ASIN: B004BDTCNS
    • UPC: 843509710366
    • Part No: FD1036
  2. Denix Kentucky Rifle

    Originally designed and built in Pennsylvania in the late 1700s. These rifles were popular from the Revolutionary War to well into the 19th century. They played an integral role in the early western expansion and are most often associated with Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett. The Kentucky rifle was one of the first to feature a "rifled" bore which made it extremely accurate for its time. The Kentucky Rifle is a shorter version of the Kentucky Long Rifle (22-1137). These are similar to the prototype M1803 rifles carried on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

    • Brand: Denix
    • ASIN: B00C1WHILE
    • Part No: 22-1138
  3. Denix 18th Century British Brown Bess Flintlock Musket American Revolutionary War Era Rifle - Non-Firing Replica

    The Brown Bess was one of the most renowned flintlock muskets ever produced. Introduced during the reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714), the gun was produced for over a century and was one of the most significant firearms of the American Revolutionary War. The Continental Army was armed with the weapon at the start of hostilities and, as the war progressed, many more were manufactured locally. The musket was still in British service at the time of the Napoleonic Wars in Europe (1799-1815). It weighed a hefty fifteen pounds with its bayonet and fired a ball three quarters of an inch in diameter! This non-firing version is accurately detailed and comes complete with its removable bayonet.

    • Color: Pewter
    • Brand: Denix
    • ASIN: B004BDTCT2
    • UPC: 843509710540
    • Part No: 1054
  4. Denix Kentucky Flintlock Pistol, Brass

    This classic Kentucky Flintlock Pistol was one of the first produced in the USA in the 18th Century and a common back-up sidearm of soldiers, militia, scouts and frontiersmen of Colonial America.

    • Color: Brass
    • Brand: Denix
    • ASIN: B00C7BZ10O
    • Part No: 22-1135L
  5. Kentucky Rifle Full Size, Wood & Steel Frontier Rifle Designed After The Original Rifle

    Kentucky Rifle Full Size, Wood & Steel Frontier Rifle Designed After The Original Rifle, Fires #917 Pull Off CapsThis Kentucky Rifle replica has been designed after the original rifle of its era. Measures approximately 53.5 inches long. Makes a great theatrical prop! Each is constructed with a solid one-piece wood stock, painted steel barrel and die-cast parts. Will fire caps. Full orange tip attached as required by Federal Law.Kentucky Rifle replica53.5 inches longGreat theatrical propSolid one-piece wood stock - 1.6 poundsManufacturer Recomended Age: 6 years and up

    • Color: Brown and Black
    • Brand: Paris
    • ASIN: B0007TZOZK
    • UPC: 047379117328
    • Part No: 1732B
  6. Civil War Musket

    Designed after an original Civil War Musket. Made of wood and steel. Fires roll caps (not included).

    • Color: Brown
    • Brand: Parris
    • ASIN: B0046ZVV2G
    • UPC: 047379118615
    • Part No: 1428
  7. Flintlocks - A Practical Guide for their Use and Appreciation

    This book by Eric Bye is a compilation of information that should satisfy the interest of anyone pursuing the understanding, proper care, and use of the flintlock muzzleloading guns. The two sections “Problems and Solutions” and “Trivia and Tidbits” add much interest to the book, along with the tremendous historical research the author has done.In these pages Eric has well covered flintlock muzzleloading guns of all types, from rifles to pistols, smoothbores, and shotguns. Many years must have been consumed in the research and study of these guns in order to compile so muchtechnical information. Even after 50 years of shooting, studying, custom building, and collecting fineKentucky rifles I feel this book will be an asset to my library. – Homer L. Dangler

    • ASIN: B00GR60EYI
  8. Denix 1853 Civil War Enfield Rifle Musket - Non-Firing Replica

    The British pattern 1853 rifle musket was the second most widely used infantry weapon of the Civil War. Both Federal and Confederate troops used the rifle throughout the war and almost one million were shipped to the combatants from several British manufacturers. The gun was widely regarded as well made and very accurate. The .577 caliber of the gun allowed the use of ammunition made for the .58 caliber American-made arms that were standard for both armies. The 1853 pattern Enfield continued to be the issue arm for the British military until 1867.

    • Color: Wood
    • Brand: Denix
    • ASIN: B002TKJ0JG
    • UPC: 843509710670
    • Part No: 1067
  9. Popular Flintlock Rifle Reviews

    Traditional Longrifle Flintlock Muzzleloader Deer Hunting 2019 - Western Pennsylvania Frontier

    Flintlock Rifle

    Black Powder Deer Hunting 2019. GEAT LIST RECOMMENDATIONS HERE -- https://amzn.to/2Pq0TRg Follow John Royer as he portrays a historical frontier longhunter in western Pennsylvania. John shows various winter scenes as he hunts old growth forests in search of whitetail deer with his .50 cal blackpowder muzzleloader. John is using a .50 caliber TVM Flintlock Muzzleloader.

    Flintlock Musket (Brown Bess)

    Flintlock Rifle

    Demonstration of a flintlock musket, using real black powder. (Uberti replica of the Brown Bess, used extensively in the Revolutionary War by both sides. Save yourself the trouble of "Grandstanding" in the comments section. I know that it's supposedly safer to use the half-cock when loading, both the flintlock and the caplock rifles. I find most of these rifles or muskets difficult to manipulate in this way with my large hands; the cock is just in the way. On my own range with the firearm po...

    How to Load and Fire a Flintlock Rifle

    Flintlock Rifle

    Famous Oregon Trail guide Joe Meek (played by BLM Park Ranger Jeremy Martin) shows how to load and fire a flintlock rifle. To learn more about Joe, and this fascinating little piece of America's history, watch his full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH9kvMtUw6g How to visit the Oregon Trail center in Baker City: https://www.blm.gov/learn/interpretive-centers/national-historic-oregon-trail-interpretive-center

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