Howdah Hunter Pistol (1840)
A reproduction of the English "Howdah Hunter Pistol", so named after the covered seat device used on top of Elephants in India during tiger hunts. The tigers would sometimes jump up on the elephant and the double barreled pistols were used as a last ditch, close up weapon. Manufactured by Davide Pedersoli & Co.
This percussion pistol has a case hardened frame, blue round barrel and walnut stock.