Original Napoleonic Era European Continental Flintlock Musket circa 1810 - 1815

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available: This is a scarce example of a Continental Flintlock Musket, dating to 1805-1815 and produced expressly for use in the Napoleonic Wars that ravaged Europe at that time. The musket features all brass mounts with a re-enforced hammer on the lock and a brass powder pan. The overall design is similar to the flintlocks used on both sides of the conflict, and is very well executed.

The gun has a fine Beech wood stock, with an overall length of 54" and a barrel length of 39". It probably originates in Northern Europe, Holland, Northern Germany or Scandinavia. In a truly superior condition from many years in storage, no definitive markings other than number 11 on the rear of the barrel, now fully cleaned and ready to display!


Year of Manufacture: circa 1810-1815
Caliber: .71"
Cartridge Type: Ball and Powder
Barrel Length: 39 Inches

Overall Length: 54 Inches
Action type: Side Action Flintlock
Feed System: Muzzle Loaded

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