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A ramrod for a French M.1822 pistol, some staining and light pitting, stamped with a number "1"

A flint for a flintlock musket for present day use, ideal to complete an antique military weapon.

A clearing rod for Mauser rifles, this variation is 32 cm and stamped with a "4", possibly denoting the size length, possibly for an export model

A spring tensioner (breakdown or re-assembly tool) for flintlock pistols or muskets, this was produced around 20 years ago as a usable accessory by the renowned firm of Peter Dyson, who worked for the Tower Armouries. I have used it myself and it is excellent. Precision worked steel with a slightly blued finish.

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A Mündungsschoner für a Gewehr 98 - WW1

 

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An original mid to late 19th Century  tool for French weapons (screwdriver). Chestnut coloured nutwood or mahogany construction, base is of brass, remainder of steel. With ordonance numbering. Will fit Lebel, Gras, Chassepot, etc. Superb quality with traces of age.

 

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Various older copy parts
A crudely made brass trigger guard found on a French cavalry An 9 pistol. A crudely forged steel hammer and screw for a flintlock musket, found on a French M.1777 musket, probably of DDR origin or older.
A lock spring and hammer screw for French flintlock weapons, made by Pedersoli Italy, simply functional

 

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Original musket parts above, mainly from a French M.1777 musket: A 1777 upper stock spring, a sling swivel unknown, and the remains of a damaged sling swivel from a French 1777 musket.
Below, a part of a sword hanger, Prussian, late 19th Century. Right, bracket and screws for sling suspension from a WW1 Gew 98

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