#1528 Asa Waters Model 1836 Flintlock military pistol
Guns International #: 100983043 Seller's Inventory #: #1528
Category: Military Pistols - Antique - Antique Pistols - Flintlock
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Seller: Tom Burness
Member Since: 3/3/07
First Name: Tom
Last Name: Burness
Country: United States
Number of Active Listings: 117
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Cashiers cheque, money orders, Layaway
#1528 Asa Waters Model 1836 Flintlock military pistol, 8-1/2” smoothbore barrel, 54caliber, produced between 1836 to 1844 with a total of 41,000 made in all variations. This was the standard issue martial handgun issued during the Mexican War and the last flintlock pistol produced for the U.S. military. This one being dated 1837, and thus one of the earliest dated of this model. The one deficit to this really NICE weapon is that the hammer screw is broken and will require removing the broken screw shaft from the tumbler and the screw head from the hammer. Very Fine metal and Fine wood with a strong cartouche, and a collector of martial U.S. handguns will search for quite a while to find a better example of this last model of the U.S. military flints. Fine to Ex.Fine. $2650.