Spanish Flintlock Musket 1752/57
In 1700, a new king of French descent, Philip V, came to the throne of Spain. Styles started changing in all areas of life including weapons.
The first Spanish flintlock musket came out in 1752, a weapon which combined the best features of the earlier muskets developed in France and Spain. The musket saw service with the Spanish troops especially during their operations in Central and South America in the 18th century.
Our replica of the Spanish musket 1752/57 shows all distinctive features of this outstanding weapon: the brass fittings, which were used since 1757, build a beautiful contrast to the dark brindled shaft, which is curved beautifully around the lock plate. The barrel is of special shine and has a bayonet cap. The ring-shaped top-jaw screw announces the Spanish provenance. Our flintlock replicas are intended for decoration or re-enactment only. In compliance with local, national and international firearms regulations, the muzzle has not been drilled, so the weapon is not functional. An expert gunsmith may alter this musket to a firing state by drilling the muzzle. However, we are not to be held legally responsible for any potential modification from its present non-firing state. You should check with your authorities if this is legal in your country.
A beautiful item for every collection and an indispensable accessory for re-enactors.
- Total length: approx. 145 cm
- Weight: approx. 4.6 kg
- Length of barrel: approx. 105 cm
- Bore .69 cal.
We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Please mention your birth date when order. We also need a copy of your ID-card or passport by email, scan, fax or mail.
Shipping weight: 4.80 kg
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