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Denix Replica Land Pat Musket Brown Bess

Denix replica of the British muzzle loaded "Brown Bess" musket as used in Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815). This replica is all metal with a wooden stock, the flint-lock can be cocked back and fired. Included is the bayonet which is fitted onto the barrel and secured by a grub screw. The ram rod can not be removed form the rifle.

It is supplied in a few parts and will require simple assemble when you receive it.

Overall length when assembled is 147cm without bayonet and 187cm with the bayonet fitted. 

As this firearm has a mechanism and appearance of before 1870 it can be sold to any persons over the age of 18 years upon receipt of valid ID.

It does not come under the VCR act, so you do not need to be a member of a re-enactment group to purchase this replica. We will contact you for verification of your age and we will require a photo or scan of ID showing your name and age to be emailed to us after placing your order before we can dispatch your order.

Code: 1054

The Long Land Pattern musket and its derivatives, all .75 caliber flintlock muskets, were the standard long guns of the British Empire's land forces from 1722 until 1838 when they were superseded by a percussion cap smooth bore musket. The Brown Bess saw service until the middle of the nineteenth century. Some were still in service during the Indian rebellion of 1857, some were used by Zulu warriors who had purchased them from European traders during the Anglo-Zulu War in 1879, and some were sold to the Mexican Army who used them during the Texas Revolution of 1836 and the Mexican-American War of 1846 to 1848. One was even used in the Battle of Shiloh in 1862. Most male citizens of the American Colonies were required by law to own arms and ammunition for militia duty. The Long Land Pattern was a common firearm in use by both sides in the American Revolutionary War.


The purchase of this product is restricted.

 

This item has a shipping restriction, so it can only be sent to a U.K. mainland address via Parcel Force Courier (this excludes the Isle of Man, Isle of Scilly and the Channel Islands which we cannot ship to because of flight restrictions).

Replica gun, if the item is a replica gun you must be over 18 years of age. By purchasing a replica you are agreeing to an age verification check by ourselves through Experian. Your order will not be sent until an age verification has been completed by ourselves.

£154.99
£129.16 EXC VAT

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Denix replica of the British muzzle loaded "Brown Bess" musket as used in Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815). This replica is all metal with a wooden stock, the flint-lock can be cocked back and fired. Included is the bayonet which is fitted onto the barrel and secured by a grub screw. The ram rod can not be removed form the rifle.

It is supplied in a few parts and will require simple assemble when you receive it.

Overall length when assembled is 147cm without bayonet and 187cm with the bayonet fitted. 

As this firearm has a mechanism and appearance of before 1870 it can be sold to any persons over the age of 18 years upon receipt of valid ID.

It does not come under the VCR act, so you do not need to be a member of a re-enactment group to purchase this replica. We will contact you for verification of your age and we will require a photo or scan of ID showing your name and age to be emailed to us after placing your order before we can dispatch your order.

Code: 1054

The Long Land Pattern musket and its derivatives, all .75 caliber flintlock muskets, were the standard long guns of the British Empire's land forces from 1722 until 1838 when they were superseded by a percussion cap smooth bore musket. The Brown Bess saw service until the middle of the nineteenth century. Some were still in service during the Indian rebellion of 1857, some were used by Zulu warriors who had purchased them from European traders during the Anglo-Zulu War in 1879, and some were sold to the Mexican Army who used them during the Texas Revolution of 1836 and the Mexican-American War of 1846 to 1848. One was even used in the Battle of Shiloh in 1862. Most male citizens of the American Colonies were required by law to own arms and ammunition for militia duty. The Long Land Pattern was a common firearm in use by both sides in the American Revolutionary War.

Brand: Denix Replicas
Weight: 3500 grams

Due to shipping restrictions we cannot ship gun magazines, inert bullets or replica guns outside of the UK. We can only send them to a U.K. address (excluding the Isle of Man, Isle of Scilly and the Channel Islands which we cannot ship to because of flight restrictions) via Parcel Force Courier.

You must be over 18 years of age to purchase a replica gun.

By purchasing a replica gun, you consent to an age verification check by Experian to ensure age compliance. If this age check fails we may contact for further information or cancel the order.