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1800 Lewis & Clark Flintlock Pistol
Originally made for the French cavalry at the end of the 18th Century by the Arsenal at St. Etienne, this Napoleonic-style flintlock is typical of the weapons Lewis and Clark and their corps carried when they departed in 1803 to explore the vast Northwest Territories obtained from France in the Louisiana Purchase. Our non-firing replica is historically authentic and accurately detailed, with working mechanical parts, a full-length wood stock and simulated brass trim. Great for re-enactors and a fine conversation piece.