Reproduction of one of the guns equipping the Mamelukes squadron, created in the 1802 grouping faithful cavalrymen from the Napoleon Bonaparte Imperial Guards. Like all the firearms equipping the Imperial Guards, the Mameluke pistols were made at the Manufacture of Versailles under the technical management of Nicolas-Noël Boutet.
On the barrel the mark Ent.se Boutet, while on the lock, two lines with the text M.RE Imp.LE / De Versailles. The trigger guard, the butt cap, the screw washers of the lock, the ramrod tip are made of brass.
Technical: Smoothbore barrel length 194 mm, caliber 14,5 mm (.57), total lenght 33 cm.
Made by Pedersoli