Flintlock Pistol Dagger
English Flintlock Pistol Dagger 
  $44 


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18th Century English Flintlock Pistol Dagger Reproduction
 Model# SBC-DAGGERPISTOL  $44
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Flintlock pistols were the greatest invention since the sword. But they usually could only fire one round in combat, after which the enemy would be upon you and the weapon became a clumsy club at best, or an even clumsier projectile that you hurl at your opponent. Somewhere along the way some genius figured out how to combine the firepower of a flintlock with the efficiency of a thrusting dagger (it was probably an ancestor of the guy who invented the cheese-stuffed pizza crust. Genius!).

Someone using such a pistol dagger would be able to fire off a round and still be ready for the enemy if he missed or failed to drop him. Alternately, the weapon could be used to fool an opponent. By holding the weapon with the barrel side away from your enemy, you could lure the enemy into flintlock firing range before he/she realized that you were armed with anything more than a dagger. Quite the tricky little weapon. Perfect for pirates and other sneaky folks.

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Keywords: Pistol dagger, flintlock, knife, small, horse

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