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Old 19th October 2013, 12:00 AM   #1
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Default Spanish pistol, just to show

Couple years ago I just absolutely had to have a miquelet gun of some sort, and ended up with this Spanish pistol. The mark on the 7-1/8" (181mm) .70 caliber (17.8mm) barrel appears to be a crown over DOM, INGO, MAS. W. Keith Neal says Domingo Mas worked in Ripoll circa 1715, so I guess that's him. The wood is stained black. A screw is missing on the sideplate, I do not know what it was for. Most of the pictures are from the seller, as his are far superior to mine.
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