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British EIC model 1843 percussion Cavalry Pistol.

These are standard British East India Company Cavalry Pistols adopted in 1843 fitted with-what is known as the "new series side lock " IMA has just a few of these pistols recovered from Nepal in 2003. Each is complete but un-cleaned, only the portion of the lock where the Rampant Lion logo (adopted in 1808) has been cleaned off to confirm the marking. Each pistol features a "trapped" swivel ramrod, for use on horseback and a lanyard ring to the butt.

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For more information contact: International Military Antiques, 1000 Valley Rd., Dept. SGN, Gillette, NJ 07933 [NB1843] $999.95 See-multiple color photos at www.imausa.com

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