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Old Pistol ID.

Article about: Hi Here,s an old pistol iv been offered it is obviously a single shot and it holds a .22LR perfect, but im not sure what it is, i think it is Belgium but cant make out any markings. i think

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    Hi
    Here,s an old pistol iv been offered it is obviously a single shot and it holds a .22LR perfect, but im not sure what it is, i think it is Belgium but cant make out any markings.
    i think around 1890,s 1900 ish, Ned might be the boy to know he is a mine of info lol.
    Dave.
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    not the same ,but.....

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    Flobert single shot parlour pistol 19th century I would say.

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    Could it be a 6mm Flobert instead of a .22 cal? Nearly the same bore, but not the same power. It also looks like it started its life as a Flobert rifle, bur was cut down at one point, and they made another (pistol)grip for it. Late 19th century, thats for sure.

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    c'est voilą

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    Hi
    Thank you for the answer to my question i think i might go for it as it would make a nice addition to my collection and it is not to much money at the moment, It,s one i havent seen before.
    Dave.

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    Aditional information nd warning!

    this weapon was designed to fire 6mm ammunition flobert
    (the original bullet is propelled by the primer not the gunpowder(low pressure))

    accepts ammunition .22 but if you want to try ,starting with .22 short.
    pressure of .22LR could damage the gun or cause any accident.

    nice piece.

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    Hi Ant,
    Thank you for the info on the pistol, i am going to see the guy in two days about it, hopefully i get it but wont be firing it, i just want it for my collection. i would keep it for a good few years.
    Dave.

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    HI nice flobert if you was to shoot it this is the ammo the blue one with the primer the pink one with powder
    great fun to shoot
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    Hi King Kong,
    They look fun may be i will lol.
    Dave.

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