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Old 12th March 2020, 10:33 PM   #1
Morten
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Default Unknown Norwegian navy pistol

In Norway we have flintlock pistol with unknown origin. The flintlock is marked Fischer, the barrel is marked with a crown'd C5 for Christian 5'th, Danish-Norwegian king who died in 1699. It also have markings from the main base of the Norwegian navy. A while ago I baught me one of this pistols, and I take out the barrel and found Zella markings from 17'th century. The caliber is approx. 16mm.
Is there anyone that have a idea when this pistol is made, and who is this Fisher that have marked the lock?
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