Indian 32 bore combined percussion pistol and spear, 19th century, with tapering barrel fitted with a sliding spike-shaped head beneath, box-lock action, and faceted steel socket, decorated over the spear shank and action border with gold koftgari scrolls (areas of pitting), on a wooden haft with faceted steel shoe 39.5cm; 15 1/2in head.
Mediterranean Naval Flintlock Pistol, Lot #: 454 .72 caliber, 5.5" flared-end barrel stamped MLE 9. Left side stamped R 1809. Lockplate stamped J with illegible script. Tang stamped P with crown. Both brass barrel band and sideplate stamped P with crown. Brass trigger guard (on front and rear) stamped twice P with crown.
The most widely produced revolving rifle was the Model 1855. An estimated total of only 4,435 were manufactured in the Hartford factory c. 1856–1864. This was produced in a rifle version as well as a shortened carbine. In 1855 it became the first repeati
Confederate Revolver Le Mat 1856. The LeMat revolver was a .42 or .36 caliber cap & ball black powder revolver invented by Dr. Jean Alexandre LeMat of New Orleans, which featured an unusual secondary 16 gauge smooth-bore barrel capable of firing buckshot. It saw service with the armed forces of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War of 1861–65.: