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Napoleon’s personal flintlock pistol was made in 1806 by Jean-Baptiste Gribeauval, of St. Etienne and is preserved in a French museum. History records the fact that it was used as a traveling pistol, carried by Napoleon in his overcoat. Napoleon's insignia is prominently displayed on the grip and the gunmaking talents of Gribeauval are readily apparent. This non-firing replica is accurately detailed and provides a great collector and conversation piece.
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