Original Prussian Napoleonic Wars Flintlock Jaeger Military Rifle - Circa 1810

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, did not become the victor at Waterloo just with British and Dutch troops, he got a lot of help, in fact the critical help, from Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, Prince of Wahlstatt and his Prussian Army that arrived just in time to turn the tables..

This is an original Prussian Flintlock Jeager rifle marked marked Potzdam on the lock plate. It has a heavy octagonal 32" rifled barrel with sturdy sword bayonet mount on the right side.Features a fine full stock with brass furniture including regimental marking to the butt plate that read:




It is fitted with a set trigger and multi leaf back sight for very accurate shooting at multiple distances. The butt retains it wood sliding patch box cover. offered in very nice condition, comes complete with original all steel ram rod and both sling mounts.

The rifle features:

• seven groove rifling
• a built in cheek piece to the butt
• barrel tang stamped 77
• sliding wood patch box cover
• original steel ram rod
• open trigger guard
• all brass mounts
• overall length is approximately 44

Offered in fine condition and extremely rare as it dates between 1805 -1810 and very probably saw action in the Napoleonic Wars. Waterloo model weapons of Prussian origin are incredibly hard to find today.

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