INDIA, the BANDUK TORADAR
Used Condition
FFL is not required
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Item 671587787
Location Allport, PA 16821
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DA-0014-I- (8214)-JEC-INDIA, the BANDUK TORADAR, a long, thin, well made matchlock gun, 18th century, a little too awkward for cavalry or camel troops, but often carried by caravans along the silk and spice roads, strapped to camels or hefted by foot troops. Also used in walled forts or cities as a rampart gun, for picking off artillerymen and officers at long range. Very few of these have survived, as they were usually cut down to more manageable length by those whom captured them. Barrel length 46 ½” overall length 67”. In .60 caliber smooth bore. Retains full-length native hardwood stock, and very precise open rear and post front sights. Muzzle finely crafted and engraved. Engraved steel sheathing at hand grip area. The action needs some tuning to work right, retains original trigger assembly. And the chain, which held the touchhole, cleaning pin. Five-barrel bands (capuccines). Fasten barrel to stock. Missing the slender steel ramrod, and the small flash pan cover. Too long and slender to ship safely in a cardboard box, it will have to go crated (about $85.00 to box it up right.) Haven’t seen on of these in over 50 years since I started collecting. All original, as-is. SAFETY NOTICE: We do not sell firearms, only collectible antiques, if you shoot them it is at your own risk and we are not liable for anything you do
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15.00 Pounds