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British "Brown Bess" Musket
Revolutionary War Flintlock Musket Replica
Background image: "Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown", 1797 painting by John Trumbull
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HISTORY: The "Brown Bess", one of the most renowned flintlock muskets ever produced, played a significant role in the American Revolution. Not only was it the official weapon for British infantry at the time, it was also carried by many Colonials in the Continental Army. The first Brown Bess was 62 inches long, weighing in at a hefty 15 pounds with the bayonet attached, and fired a lead ball that was 3/4" in diameter!
A classic firearm with a rich history, the 'Brown Bess' certainly deserves a place in your collection of 18th century or antique firearms. Our non-firing replica is accurately detailed with working flintlock mechanism, and comes complete with removable bayonet. With its heft and length, it makes a striking wall display!
#22-1054 - 60-1/4" long, 45" barrel, 17" bayonet
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Brown Bess waist belt with frog, High quality reproduction of a typical waist belt and frog used with Brown Bess and similar muskets. No holes punched--you will need an awl or similar tool to customize to fit you. Black leather with sewn-in bayonet frog.
$26.95 Plus Shipping
The factory is behind on production due to CoVid shutdowns and supply chain disruptions. Check the Flintlock Rifles page for information on when we will have more in stock.