British 1812 Indian Allies pistol converted to percussion

During the War of 1812 the British military supplied their Indian Allies with arms including this pistol which was usually given to Indian Chiefs and frequently handed down through family members after the war. This example was originally flintlock but has been converted to percussion as was popular at the time and much easier to load and fire. British proof marked barrel, broad arrow marked on the lock and totally correct. Maker is Loundes, a less common maker. Does not cock, missing ramrod.

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British 1812 Indian Allies pistol converted to percussion AN244

British 1812 Indian Allies pistol converted to percussion Description

During the War of 1812 the British military supplied their Indian Allies with arms including this pistol which was usually given to Indian Chiefs and frequently handed down through family members after the war. This example was originally flintlock but has been converted to percussion as was popular at the time and much easier to load and fire. British proof marked barrel, broad arrow marked on the lock and totally correct. Maker is Loundes, a less common maker. Does not cock, missing ramrod.

British 1812 Indian Allies pistol converted to percussion Additional Information

Catalog Number AN244