Boutica Espace Presse Les op?rations en cours Op?rations Promotionnelles : Toutes nos offres sont valables dans la limite des stocks disponibles, non remboursables? The face of the lock with dark, untouched, gunmetal-gray-brown, steel surfaces. The furniture with a smooth dark age patina and some light wear: the sling-swivel removed from the trigger-guard. AGM-65 Maverick volleys of unguided rockets, and various bombs (unguided or laser-guided and with or without submunitions such as heat bomblets, an example of which would be the CBU-100 Cluster Bomb ). Complete with its turned and chiseled iron ramrod (frozen in-place) and its trigger-guard with silver sheet applique and a sculpted, decorative, pointed forward finial: retains much (90) of is embossed etched sheet-silver applique. Bridled powder-pan and original frizzen with untouched steel surfaces.
The barrel with sharp markings, smooth steel gray surfaces and some scattered light discoloration. For a similar example of this Musket pattern, please see George. In mechanically functional order with a strong mainspring and very good timing.
The Soviet Union, and now Russia, put extensive development into these weapons; the first man-portable model to enter service was the AT-3 in 1961. Nicely toned steel and brass surfaces with sharp contours and clear markings. A Colonial American Effaced Crown/GR Royal Cypher and Crown/Broad Arrow Acceptance mark, under the powder pan: the tail of the lock with a Soldier-effaced "Tower" marking. Full brass hardware of Regulation Pattern 1778 Rampart Gun design (see DeWitt Bailey: Pattern Dates for British Ordnance Small Arms,. Charles Hansen's: "The Northwest Gun". Regulation pattern, octagonal-to-round, pin-fastened,.72 caliber, 47 iron, smoothbore barrel with its top mounted bayonet-lug/sight and marked with French (St. Lightly engraved plain iron mounts of Spanish/Spanish-Colonial design: a flat sideplate with its two original sidebolts.