Are flintlock pistols legal in UK?
As antique weapons are exempt from firearm legislation, there is no need to hold them on a firearms licence. They can be transferred and sold freely for cash – and there is no requirement to record any details of the transaction. It is only once in the UK that it is subject to any relevant legislation.
Can I own a vintage gun?
Under section 58(2) of the Firearms Act 1968, antique firearms which are sold, transferred, purchased, acquired or possessed as a curiosity or ornament are exempt from most of the controls in the 1968 Act, including the need for certification and being able to trade in them without being registered with the police as a …
Where did the flintlock pocket pistol come from?
A fine all brass English Flintlock box-lock pocket pistol engraved G. HILL, BOLTON. Ref 1399. A fine British flintlock pistol made by T. KETLAND & Co. Circa 1770-1780. Ref 2563. A fine English brass barrelled flintlock pistol by Bass of London. Circa 1775-17
When did Henry Nock make the flintlock pistol?
A Greek flintlock pistol with superb nielloed silver decoration. Good condition. Circa 1810-1830. Ref 9428. A high quality European flintlock pistol with 12 inch barrel. Circa 1810. Ref 3175. A large .65 cal Flintlock Pistol made by Smith of London. Circa 1790. Ref 1581. A large Flintlock Pistol by the world famous gunsmith Henry Nock.
Where can I buy an old flintlock gun?
Original antique flintlock muskets, flintlock pistols and blunderbusses offered for sale by International Military Antiques. SALE! NEW! SALE! SALE! SALE!
When did Andrew Bottomley make his flintlock pistols?
A Fine Pair of Irish Flintlock Pistols made by RAINSFORD of DUBLIN Ref 1586. A fine pair of large bore iron barrelled flintlock military style holster pistols engraved on the lock-plates “E & W BOND” Circa 1820-1830. Ref 9947. A fine Pair of Napoleonic Brass Mounted French Cannon Barrel Officer’s Flintlock Pistols.