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    Scottish All Steel 18th Century Ram's Horn Butt F/L Belt Pistol. 11" overall with 7 1/8" .60 caliber round barrel that is fluted for 1¾" at the breech and flared at the muzzle. Mechanically perfect. Signed "Thos Caddell" on the lock, with virtually every surface of the gun, other than the external lock parts, covered with elaborate scroll engraving. There are oval silver plaques inlaid on either side of the grip. Classic ram's horn butt with screw out vent pick, ball trigger made in two pieces. Engraved 3½" steel belt hook affixed to the left side with elaborately pierced mounting bracket. An exceptional example of this iconic Scottish firearm, complete and original in every respect with absolutely no repairs or restoration.

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    December, 2010
    11th Saturday
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