Blunderbuss of the Royal British Navy, Royal Navy, named blunderbuss of George III due to its manufacturing period, as shown by the test marks on the barrel.
Manufactured in London, possibly by Wilson, the engraving on the plate is illegible.
Finely crafted bronze stock, trigger and handguard, finished in acorn shape.
Two brass rings at both ends for the strap.
Revised and functional plate at 100.
London-engraved barrel as well as gunpowder test seals from the time of George III.
This type of weapon was used for the navy as they were loaded with shrapnel or with whatever was at hand and fired only once to clear the way before launching into the boarding.
The part where the thumb is placed seem to have been repaired.
Insured shipping and pick-up point.
- Royal Navy Donnerbüchse
- Single Shot
- Holz, Messing, Metall
- 76 cm
- Lauf/ Klingenlänge
- 38 cm