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British Dog Lock pistol


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The earliest flintlock mechanisms used a “dog” or safety catch to hold the pistol in the halfcocked position. When the weapon was fully cocked, the dog fell away allowing the pistol to fire. This weapon was in common use by the cavalry of both sides during the English Civil War and would have been used well into the later part of the 17th century. The “Golden Age” of piracy saw many dog lock weapons in use.
  • Model: 03-030

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 12 April, 2015.