PIRATE BLUNDERBUSS 18TH CENTURY

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This beautiful replica of an 18th century pirate blunderbuss is made of resin and metal to guarantee its durability.

This type of gun was barrel-loaded and can be considered the predecessor of the shotgun.

Unlike other weapons, this blunderbuss had the possibility of firing at several targets and could therefore be loaded with smaller pellets and, in turn, fire more than one projectile.

Widely used in close-range battles such as naval battles. It measures 46 cm, its trigger and hammer are made of metal, its butt plate and the rest of the body are made from resin.

46 cm

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