Prior to the invention of the cannon, projectile weapons existed using compressed air and steam. The invention of the cannon, driven by gunpowder, was first developed in China. In the Middle East, the first use of the hand cannon is argued to be during the 1260; the first cannons in Europe were probably used in Iberia in the 11 and 12th centuries. It was during the Middle Ages, that cannon became standardized, and more effective in both anti-infantry and siege roles. In 1718 James Puckle invented what he called his Defence Gun. Placed on a tripod it was a large revolver with a cylinder behind its single barrel. Although the cylinder had to be turned manually it could fire 63 shots in seven minutes. By now we know that the greatest advances in technology, armour and other fields have been obtained during the wars, the same has happened with machine guns and cannons.
The origins of rifling are difficult to trace, but some of the earliest practical experiments seem to have occurred in Europe during the 15th century as an improvement in the accuracy of smooth bore muskets. All guns are replicas and not functional. We do not ship replica guns TO COUNTRIES OUTSIDE EUROPEAN UNION.
The blunderbuss could be considered to be an early form of shotgun, which was often adapted to military and defensive use, typically issued to troops such as cavalry, who needed a lightweight, easily handled firearm. By the middle 19th century, the blunderbuss was considered obsolete and was replaced in military use by the carbine. All shotguns are replicas and are not functional. We do not ship replica guns A COUNTRY OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION.
Jar nineteenth century gunpowder. Measures 16 x 10 x 6 cm. Weight 300 gr.
French rifle 1807.
Replica flintlock pistol eighteenth century made of metal alloy and resin.
English pistol XVIII century. Finished in brass and bronzed.
English Brown Bess rifle used in the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815)
Revolver made by Smith & Wesson, USA 1869.
Revolver US Navy manufactured by S. Colt, 1851
Cannon used by Napoleon's troops, made by Gribeauval, 1806
Thompson submachine gun with drum that is usually seen in gangster films in the United States at the time, being used both by the police and by the same criminals. He came to earn nicknames at home and Chopper, Chicago and Chicago Typewriter Piano. It was a favorite of soldiers and civilians to be compact, .45 ACP ammunition and its high rate of fire in...
Peacemaker revolver model designed by S. Colt, USA 1873. It is a replica Zamak and grip wood handles. The revolver is 5 1/2 inches.
Reproduction of the spark gun designed by the master craftsman of Versailles, Boutet in 1810, made of metal and wood with simulator loading and firing mechanism.
Replica of the well-known Revolver Colt 45 PeaceMaker barrel length in version decorative engravings. Hilt metal decorated. Mechanism is NOT functional
Set of 2 nineteenth century dueling pistols finished in brass. A duel is a formal type of combat, as has been practiced since the fifteenth to the twentieth century in Western societies. P>Butt polystyrene (imitation wood) Li>Cannon finished brass Zamak (zinc alloy, bronze) Loading mechanism and percussion Li>
Revolver replica of the famous West Cold-45. With multiple endings.
Italian gun 3 guns manufactured by Lorenzoni, 1680.
Austrian Trabuco XVIII century. Brass or burnished finishes.
Trabuco eighteenth century. The blunderbuss is a muzzle-loading firearm, caliber, with a short, usually flared barrel. It is a predecessor of the shotgun, adapted for military and defense service.
Gun 2 guns created in St. Etienne for Napoleon, 1806
German pistol, XVII century. Bronzed and brass finishes.
French gun-dagger, XVIII century
French pistol, 1872. Finished in brass and bronzed.
Pistola Italiana (Brescia), 1825. Finishing and burnished brass.
French rifle, Napoleonic era, 1806
Manufactured by Winchester rifle, USA 1866.
Pocket pistol manufactured by Kumbley and Brum in London, 1795
Cavalry revolver US manufactured by S. Colt, 1873
45 caliber revolver and 7 1/2 inch barrel manufactured by S. Colt, USA 1873
Dragoon revolver manufactured by S. Colt, USA 1848. The Dragoon percussion is a .44 caliber revolver designed for the cavalry of the United States of America, also called dragons. This revolver was designed as a solution to the numerous problems that existed in the Walker model. Although it was submitted after the Mexican-American War, it became popular...
2 sawed-off shotgun used by Wyatt Earp, Wyatt Berry Stapp USA 1881. Earp (March 19, 1848 - JANUARY 13 in 1929) and born in Monmouth, Illinois. He was one of the protagonists of the Gunfight at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, along with Doc Holliday, Virgil Earp, and Morgan Earp. Part of the legendary figures of the American West having inspired...
Gun 2 sawed, USA 1881.
English pistol of General Washington, eighteenth century
Russian pistol manufactured in Tula, XVIII century. In 1718 Tula was visited by Tsar Peter I "The Great", who commissioned the oligarchical Demidov family the construction of the first factory of war materials in Russia. A few decades later Tula became the working of the Demidov in the center of largest in Eastern Europe metallurgical process.
Revolver manufactured by S. Colt, USA 1848
.45 Caliber revolver manufactured by S. Colt, USA 1886
Replica Mauser automatic pistol, caliber 7-63 mm, 1898. wooden handle.
automatic pistol, Germany, 1938. (WW2)
Replica of the Beretta pistol, 92 F 9 mm. Parabellum
Cal.45 cavalry revolver, designed by S. Colt, USA 1873. Includes 6 bullets.
SMLE Lee-Enfield rifle. Second World War. United Kingdom
It is a German-made pistol that was made famous by the fictional character James Bond, who has used it in many of his films. It is also the weapon used by Holly Hunter in the role of detective MJ Copycat.
MP40 SMG automatic leash, Germany 1940. The MP40 (Maschinenpistole 40) was an automatic submachine gun used extensively by troops from Nazi Germany (usually by officers and paratroopers) during World War II. Designed by Heinrich Vollmer, Erma, in order to give soldiers an assault weapon, mainly mechanized infantry units and paratroopers was made to end...
semiautomatic pistol, .357, .44 and .50 caliber, USA, Israel 1982.
Revolver Mk 4, 38/200 caliber, UK, 1923 (WW2). The mechanism of the drum is expressly blocked.
Rifle cut Mare's Leg, USA Steve McQueen wore 1892. The television series Wanted (1958-1961). The gun was a Winchester Randall with 44-40 gauge that could be used with one hand.
Pirate Pistol spark S.XVIII (left-handed). Made of wood and Zamak. It is decorative.
Replica Granada MK 2 hand model was a Granada fragmentation used by the United States Armed Forces during World War II and subsequent conflicts, to the Vietnam War. Generally it was replaced by the M67 and M61 grenades. The Mk 2 was commonly known as "Pineapple" (pineapple), for its distinctive appearance.
Luger P08 Parabellum pistol model used in the first and second World War. Made of Zamak. overall length of 25.5 cms. Available with black wooden handle or handles. P>
Mauser 98K rifle decorative pattern made of zamak and wood. This model was made in Germany in 1935. It includes the belt. P>