German 17th Century German Flintlock Pistol/Axe Combination. Late 17th C. unique classic. These handsome collector model guns are made of antique finished zinc cast metal and polished European hardwoods. The screw heads are molded into the metal and cannot be removed. These models cannot withstand misuse or excessive dry-firing and cannot be made to fire real ammunition. They come assembled and ready for display in your home or office.
This massive revolver was a favorite of Confederate troops. It featured awesome firepower with its nine.41 caliber bullets and one 20 gauge, single barrel firing a slug or buckshot. With working single action, loading lever and simulated checkered wood grips, this historic revolver is a must for your collection.
This Southern percussion six-shot cap and ball revolver, circa 1860, was manufactured by Griswold and Gunnison near Macon, Georgia. This model gun has a brass frame accenting an authentic and historic replica. The action of this replica gun works like the original.
This non firing replica was the model chosen by U.S. armed forces to replace the.45 automatic. Historically accurate, museum quality Denix replica. Perfect for reenactment, costumes, props or display.
Sometimes known as the German Luger, the Luger Parabellum, or simply the Luger, the Pistole Parabellum 1908 was designed in 1898 by Georg Luger. This Naval version of one of the worlds most recognizable and collectible pistols can now be yours with this non firing Denix replica.
Early cartridge firing system (1865) easily loaded by pulling spring trigger forward. Antique brass finish with wood grips. Length: 15", Weight: 2.5lbs.
The engraving of this non-firing replica flintlock pistol runs throughout the furniture and half way down the barrel from the pan and includes a unique facial design on the pan.
This famous civil war revolver was used extensively throughout the War Between the States by both Union and Confederate troops. It's 7.5" octagonal barrel and strong frame made for a reliable, handsome sidearm. The barrel and frame of this replica gun feature elegant scroll engraving while the cylinder is engraved with tall sailing ships. This model gun features realistic looking replica ivory grips.
This is a realistic replica of the first successful automatic pistol. This pistol was a favorite of Winston Churchill. While commonly carried by field troops in WWII, the Mauser has since been made famous in countless WWII movies.
The famous Kentucky pistol was at The Alamo when the brave defenders held off Santa Anna's Army for 13 days. This non-firing replica pistol features full length wood stock, blued barrel and working flintlock mechanism. The pistol is mounted on a light wood frame with spring loaded gold finish hangers. The frame features a print of "The Alamo, 1836" and a brass identification plaque. It measures 18 inches by 7 1/2 inches, and makes a great gift for Old West buffs.
This Southern percussion six-shot cap and ball revolver, circa 1860, was manufactured by Griswold and Gunnison near Macon, Georgia. This model gun has an antiqued gray finish accenting an authentic and historic replica. The action of this replica gun works like the original.
This antique gunmetal gray finish non-firing replica of an 18th century flintlock pistol has engraving throughout the metal furniture, including an attractive metal-inlay on the grip. The engraving runs half way down the barrel and picks up again near the muzzle.
One of the most recognized pistols in the world, this non-firing replica has a removable magazine and working action. Pull the slide back and release and the tight working action snaps the slide back into place leaving the trigger and hammer in a cocked position. Pull the trigger and the hammer falls, just like the original.
Sometimes known as the German Luger, the Luger Parabellum, or simply the Luger, the Pistole Parabellum 1908 was designed in 1898 by Georg Luger. The Lange Pistole 08 (German: "Long Pistol 08") or Artillery Luger was a pistol carbine for use by German Army artillerymen as a sort of early Personal Defense Weapon. This unusual version of the worlds most recognizable and collectible pistols can now be yours with this non firing Denix replica.
Sometimes known as the German Luger, the Luger Parabellum, or simply the Luger, the Pistole Parabellum 1908 was designed in 1898 by Georg Luger. One of the worlds most recognizable and collectible pistols can now be yours with this non firing Denix replica.
This is classic and a must-have for theatrical reenactments! This non-firing model gun has working action but cannot chamber or fire real or blank ammunition. The strong, thick frame design provides a realism found in few replicas. This model functions in both single and double action. The cylinder rotates, but does not swing out.
This attractive 18th century replica dueling pistol is offered in an inspiring presentation box as a set.
This German Flintlock Pistol from the early 18th Century is one of the earliest flintlocks made. This replica gun features a wood stock, engraved lock and simulated engraved blunderbuss barrel and trigger guard. This is a great colonial or pirate themed decoration or military collectible.
This petite, handsome replica flintlock pistol measures on 7.5" and features an engraved metal barrel and frame with simulated antique brass patina and simulated ivory grips. It was originally produced by Kumbley and Brum in London circa 1795.
Selected to command the Continental Army in April, 1775, George Washington (1732-1799) was partial to this style flintlock during the Revolutionary War. This is a classic, decorative, 18th century Flintlock pistol, embossed wood and metal grips.