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Gendarmerie pistol. Davide Pedersoli

  1. 490,00 €

    Out of stock

The Gendarmerie An IX is a small and enchanting muzzle loading pistol replica, reproducing one of the most known pistol models of the Napoleonic epoch. As it happened for the cavalry pistols, it was manufactured in pairs and was produced until the 1819 exclusively by the Imperial Manufacture in Maubeuge for a total of 32,000 pairs.

In spite of the production being assigned to the gendarmerie, these pistols were equipping also the infantry officers. The original martial look does not prevent a certain elegance that combined with the small dimensions, give this gun an undisputable fascination..

Barrel's length 125 4 15/16
Overall length 250 9 7/8
kg lbs
Weight 0,710 1.56
Bullet code 036U520575
Bullet mould 034U306575

Excellent condition, as new, some lacking varnish on very small spot.
Limited serie, only 200 for France, 500 for all world.
This one is number F062/200.
Rare people who bought one of these pistols, could buy the other pistols of the limited serie with same number.
This is what the precedent owner did!
So before anyone else buy them, you can buy, with same number, following pistols:
Boutet pistol with his showcase.
Pistol AN IX with his showcase.
Mamelouk pistol with his showcase.

As we don't know your regulations and cannot know all regulations in the world.
So inform you before you pass an order.
In any case we will keep shipping cost and if your order is kept by custom office, it will be your own problem.

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