Original Danish Model 1772 Heavy Dragoon and Naval Flintlock Pistol - circa 1790

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. These are very rare, and seldom seen on the market, especially in the original flintlock configuration. This is a nice example of the Danish Flintlock model 1772 Dragoon/Naval Pistol with a 13" barrel and overall length of 20 inches. Its successor, the Model of 1806, was very similar but was not fitted for a ramrod and had a barrel of 10 1/2".

The pistol features a nice Beech wood stock with heavy brass mounts and very substantially made. These classic Danish pistols were in service throughout the Napoleonic wars, when Denmark allied itself to France and suffered two terrible Naval Defeats at the hands of the British, firstly by Admiral Horatio Nelson in 1800 and again in 1808, at what were to be known as the Battles of Copenhagen.

Originally in 1772 production was limited to 5,000 pieces, as Denmark is a relatively small country. A rare Military Pistol, with full military proofs, Ready to Display.


Years of Manufacture: 1772-1806
Caliber: .69" Pistol
Ammunition Type: Lead Ball & Powder
Barrel Length: 13 Inches
Overall Length: 20 Inches
Action: Flintlock
Feed System: Muzzle-Loaded

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