This reproduction of an 1807 English Percussion Model Flintlock features a Rev. Alexander Forsyth lock which was the first commercially produced percussion lock. The simulated brass barrel is stamped Joseph Kirner, 1807. The stock is made of simulated wood. The working mechanism uses standard "pull-off" ring or strip caps that are readily available where toys are sold, much less expensive and easier to buy than blank ammo, yet provides the "bang" that enhances your theatrical or reenactment performance.
NOTE: Though designed to use "toy" caps, this replica is NOT a toy! Never fire off caps near face or eyes. Use with adult supervision only. Must be 18 or over to order.