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Prussian Army 1809 Pattern Infantry Musket


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Prussian 1809 Pattern Musket. Inspired by the French Imperial Guard's musket, this pattern was the standard when Prussian Army campaigned against Napoleon culminating in Blucher's timely arrival at Waterloo in 1815. This model is unique for its brass barrel bands, reinforced cock ("Potsdam" engraved on lock), all brass frizzen (pan) and built-in flash guard. Any student of the Prussian Army deserves this on the wall of their study.

This replica is popular in Europe because of its affordable price and quality. Because of we ship internationally and the various firearms regulations, the vents are not drilled from the pan into the barrel. The locks have strong main strings and case-hardened hammers (frizzen covers) resulting in good sparks and the breeches are threaded. We use a cyanide case-hardening factory process that makes sparking both more reliable and longer lasting. Presently no other musket provider uses this technique.

As with all our other flintlocks, the vent is not drilled so we can ship easily to your door throughout North America and to Europe and the UK. Aside from that they are exactly like the originals. A fine addition to any collection.

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View of Lock
(photo over exposed- engraving is quite pronounced)

View of Brass Pan and Flash Guard

View of Muzzle

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If upon receiving your musket you are not completely happy with your purchase, you may return it for a refund. All we ask is you cover the shipping costs. It has to be returned in two weeks of receipt and be in its original state (unaltered and unmodified).

Non-Firing State

We sell historically accurate muskets in a non-firing state. This allows us to comply with local, state, national and international firearms regulations. A certified gunsmith may alter this musket to a firing state by drilling the vent hole and test firing it. We are not legally responsible for any alteration from its present non-firing state.

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