British Coastguard Pattern Percussion Pistol by George H Daw

British Coastguard Pattern Percussion Pistol by George H Daw

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This is a British made Coastguard Pattern Percussion Pistol. The maker George H Daw is recorded at 57 Threadneedle Street, London between 1861 - 1887, producing high quality pistols and shotguns, and is generally regarded as the father of British centre-fire shotgun ammunition. This pistol in chambered in .25 bore with British proof stamps. It features a solid wood stock with brass fitted, belt attachment, ram rod and lanyard hoop. As the name suggests the design is the regulation type pistol as issued and used by British coastguards of the period. During this period smuggerling was common and outlawed, and the authorites needed to be armed when dealing with law breakers!

Chambered in an obsolete calibre it can be owned live without any form of license. It has a full working action and can be cocked, stripped and dry fired.

It is not deactivated in any way and is being sold as a collectors piece only.

To order Call 01547 529093 or 05603 416575 or email sales@deactivated-guns.co.uk.


Product Code: 25SY8

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