Introduced in the early 17th century the flintlock continued in common use for over two hundred years. But due to the time needed to reload this notoriously inaccurate firearm industrious individuals added multiple barrels for multiple shots on target at a faster rate. Unfortunately these designs cost much more, didn't work well and were actually very dangerous to the user. All of which makes them even cooler in our eyes!
This non-firing variant has working metal parts and the four barrels can be rotated. The eagle head on the grip and scroll work would have been right at home in any noble's firearm collection. Features antique silver tone parts and a resin grip which closely resembles the wood they would have been originally made with.