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1728 (Early) Longland Pattern Musket     Our early pattern Long Land Brown Bess is true to the original, it is mounted in ether brass or iron, without a nose cap and has a wooden scouring stick. The tapered round barrel is 46" long (1169mm), in .76 cal.
Brass hardware, wooden rammer with brass tip, unbridled frizzen,

Overall length, approx. 62.5"

Weight approx. 10 lbs. Bayonet available separately at £50 including scabbard.
 
1728 Early Long Land Pattern Musket 
£375.00
   
1728 French Infantry Musket The muskets of this period are all iron mounted, the key improvement on this musket is the introduction of the three barrel bands, making field stripping easier. Manufactured in large numbers, at the French arsenals, they were smaller in calibre than their British counterparts.

Overall length is 63" (1600mm)

Weight approx 10lb. The barrel is 46.75" (1188mm) in .69 calibre (approx 20g). Bayonet available seperately at £50 including scabbard.
 
1728 French Infantry Musket  
£375.00  
   
1740 Potzdam Musket     
1740 Potzdam Musket 
£385.00
   
1742 Long Land Pattern Brown Bess  Our 1742 pattern Long Land Brown Bess is true to the original, it is mounted in ether brass or iron and has a wooden or metal ram rod.

46" (1169mm) tapered round barrel in .77 calibre
Bayonet available separately at £50 including scabbard.
 
1742 Long Land Pattern Brown Bess 
£375.00
   
1768 French Musket  The French felt the need for a shorter and stronger built weapon around 1762. The resulting musket, though retaining a similar sized lock, was improved by having a heart shaped hole through the neck of the cock making for a much stronger design. Other minor details were improved upon, resulting in the 1768 pattern. This musket was used a blueprint for the 1795 U.S. musket.

44.75" barrel in .69 Calibre (approx 20 g) and weighs 9.4lb. Overall length of this musket is 59.75" (1519mm)
 
1768 French Musket 
£360.00
   
1777 Charleville Carbine Our carbine is the same in appearance as our 1777 Charleville Infantry Musket, except for the length and it only has two barrel bands, as with the originals our carbine has the lower band in iron. These pieces saw service in revolutionary France during the rign of King Louis.
30" (762mm) barrel in .65 calibre
Bayonet available seprately at £50 including scabbard
 
1777 Charleville Carbine  
£350.00  
   
1777 Charleville Infantry Musket This model was the French Infantry's mainstay in the Napoleonic wars. Our model is correct to the period.

Overall length of the musket is 59.75" (1519mm). 44.75" barrel in .69 calibre (20g) and weighs 9.5lbs
Bayonet available seperately at £50 including scabbard
 
1777 Charleville Infantry Musket  
£360.00  
   
1809 Potzdam Musket  The 1809 is correct in every detail to the original from the Frederick the Great period, during the 7 years war. The lock is classically German on this model with raised carving, the frizzen has spring mounts with a blind screw from the inside, the plate is curved and there is no external bridle.

41" (1041mm) barrel in .75 Calibre and weighs about 9lb
The overall length of this musket is 56.5" (1435mm)
 
1809 Potzdam Musket 
£385.00
   
1854 Austrian Lorenz Percussion Musket  Our version shows the characteristic cut out cheek piece as seen on many originals with front barrel band and iron hardware like the butt plate, trigger guard and bands which were the characteristic of the Lorenz complete with rear sight.
Octagon to round barrel in .62 calibre
Bayonet available separately at £50.00 including scabbard
 
1854 Austrian Lorenz Percussion Musket   
£320.00  
   
 Baker Rifle (Rifled) Designed by Ezekiel Baker and introduced in 1800, this rifle (more correctly termed The Rifled Infantry Musket) was made famous by the 95th & 60th Rifles in the Napoleonic Wars. It saw extensive service in the Peninsula and other campaigns right up to Waterloo.
More recently it has come to the public's attention as being the weapon that was used in the popular TV series 'Sharpe'.

37" (904mm) barrel in .62 Calibre (Please note the overall length of this rifle is 46.5" (1171mm))
Sword Bayonet available at £75 including scabbard.
 
Baker Rifle, Rifled Version
£1300.00
   
Baker Rifle (Smooth Bore)  
Baker Rifle, Smooth Bore Version  
£470.00  
   
Carolina Musket    
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£475.00  
   
Brunswick Rifle    
1854 Brusnwick Rifle  
£400.00  
   
17th Century Doglock The Doglock got it's name from the visible dog-leg safety catch behind the cock. Our Doglock is correct in every detail to the original. This particular model was developed in 1640's, they were used by the British Army until just after the War of Spanish Succession. Fitted throughout in iron, with an unbridlef frizzen and three lock bolts.
Overall length 62" (1575mm)
46.5" (1181mm) barrel in .77 calibre
 
17th Century Doglock  
£370.00  
   
Doglock Blunderbuss    
Doglock Blunderbuss  
£470.00  
   
Double Barrelled Shotgun (Percussion)

20 g percussion double barrelled shotgun available in 22”, 28” & 36” with browned barrels

 
Double Barrelled Percussion Shotgun  
£475.00  
   
Double Barrelled Shotgun (Flintlock)

20 g flintlock double barrelled shotgun with blued barrels

 
Double Barrelled Flintlock Shotgun  
£600.00  
   
Enfield Percussion Musket Available in both 2 and 3 band designs  
Enfield Percussion Musket  
£295.00  
   
Flintlock Blunderbuss  The term Blunderbuss is derived from the Dutch word 'Donderbus' which literally means 'Thunder-Pipe'   
Flintlock Blunderbuss
£470.00 
   
French Fusile Correct in every detail to the originals they were also referred to as French Marine Fusil Ordinaire or Fusil de Chasse and they were in use during the reign of Louis XIV. These muskets were used to trade with the Native Americans for furs and to gain their alliance. This musket predates the F&I War, so they are prefect for this period as well as Revolutionary War and Golden Age of Piracy.

44.5" (1121mm) Octagon to round barrel in .62 Calibre
Overall length of this musket is 60.5" (1537mm)
 
French Fusile  
£360.00  
     
Hand Mortar    
Hand Mortar  
£575.00  
     
Heavy Dragoon Carbine    
Heavy Dragoon Carbine  
£350.00  
     
India Pattern Brown Bess our India Pattern Brown Bess Musket is correct in every detail to the originals. The British Army being short of arms at the outbreak of the Napoleonic Wars, decided to adopt the India Pattern in 1793 for the regular army, as it was cheaper to produce than the earlier Shortland model. The India pattern has a shorter barrel, simple butt plate and trigger guard but no thumb plate.
39" (990mm) tapered round barrel in .77 calibre.
Bayonet available seperately at £50 including scabbard
 
India Pattern Brown Bess  
£300.00  
     
India Pattern Brown Bess Carbine    
India Pattern Brown Bess Carbine  
£300.00  
     
Jaeger    
Jaeger Musket  
£450.00  
     
Newland Light Infantry Musket    
Newland Light Infantry Musket  
£385.00  
     
Shortland Brown Bess Musket    
Shortland Brown Bess  
£375.00  
     
Spanish 1757 Pattern Musket    
Spanish 1757 Pattern  
£385.00  
     
Springfield Percussion Musket    
Springfield Musket (Percussion)  
£340.00  
     
     
Wilson Trade Gun    
£360    
     

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