Original Locally Made Percussion Trade Gun - Possibly Egyptian - Circa 1860-1880

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This is definitely not a Tourist item, just a crude Native made percussion Rifle using what once started out as a Western rifled military style barrel. It has a very crude Native made percussion lock, hand carved stock with crude sheet metal barrel bands. The barrel may possibly have started life as an 1869 Remington Rolling Block, Egyptian Contract. There are two holes on the top of the barrel where a rear sight used to rest

Just the sort of weapon traded in the Bazaars at that time. Historical junk but used in earnest against the European Invaders, perhaps in the SUDAN. Ready to display!


Year of Manufacture: circa 1860-1880
Caliber: About .47"
Ammunition Type: Lead ball / shot and Powder
Barrel Length: 28 1/2 inches 
Overall Length: 43 1/2 inches

Action: Side Action Percussion
Feed System: Muzzle Loading

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