Pirate musket ...the size of the balls made these hand cannons The blunderbuss, an early shotgun like defense weapon, is from the Dutch word "donderbus" meaning roughly "thunder pipe"...like today's shotgun nickname "alley cleaner"...
Very rare Webley Mark II originally made in .32 S&W Long. This is NOT a relined barrel and cylinder. This was factory done work. Gun is marked Vic on top barrel rib. This has been suggested that the gun was used on Queen Victoria yacht for guest to use or possibly a shooting team at Victoria College. In any case this is a very rare Webley. Note: This gun is marked "N" for Navy and in addition to the serial number all parts are numbered "1".
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Cased Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver, ser. no. 29705, with accessories
The beautiful Russian Mosin Nagant M44 carbine, one of which I own.