Original British Napoleonic Flintlock New Land Pattern Pistol marked 13th Light Dragoons - Circa 1810

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This Lovely flintlock Pistol dates to prior the Battle of Waterloo, and is marked to the 13th Light Dragoons, also known as Hussars. This regiment was present at the Battle of Waterloo under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Doherty. While there's no way to be sure, it's possible that this very pistol was actually at the battle!

The pistol is a standard full stocked flintlock pistol fitted with the NEW LAND PATTERN Swivel all steel "captured" ramrod that allowed a Cavalryman to easily reload the pistol while on horseback without fear of dropping his ramrod. The lock is marked with Crown over G.R. and TOWER on the lock plate tail, it also has a sliding safety catch behind the hammer. In fine tight and all original condition showing British Proof marks. It is fitted with the standard 9" .65" smooth bore barrel, which still shows visible proofs on the left side, a rare thing to see. The stock has a standard brass nose cap. The trigger guard is engraved with 13TH. L.D. / D. 19 for the 13th Regiment of (Light) Dragoons, Company "D" and "19th." Trooper.

A highly desirable Flintlock pistol from the Napoleonic Wars. Ready to display!


Year of Manufacture: circa 1810
Caliber: .65" Pistol
Ammunition Type: Lead Ball & Powder
Barrel Length: 9 inches
Overall Length: 15.5 inches
Action: Flintlock Side Action
Feed System: Muzzle-Loaded

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