Antique French AN XIII Flintlock Pistol St. Etienne, Dated 1807
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An Antique French military pattern AN XIII flintlock pistol of the Napoleonic War period dated "1807". This pattern was the primary pistol used by the French cavalry (1805-1815). 7 7/8” .70 caliber smooth-bore barrel marked with date “1807” and inspector marks on the left side of breech. The lock is marked “Manufre Imp St. Etienne”. The pistol is in its original flintlock configuration. All parts have inspectors marks. The stock is solid with light scratches and dings from use. A good pistol in good mechanical working order.