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1700s British Flintlock Pistol

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    Agreeing with William, $500 would be a very good buy because
    a quality repair could run $100-$200. It's a rather easy job
    really, to simply replace the cock, but like any precision
    work, it can be expensive. Well worth it, IMO.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Hi
    nice old pistol these were pocket pistols and as said many were made inthe time, areyou sure it is brass, or could it be bronze. As bronze does come in that colour also, Either way nice collectable.
    Dave.

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