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by John W. Burgoyne

Author: John W. Burgoyne
Language: English
Publisher: Museum Restoration Service, 2002. (2002)
Pages: 120 pages
Category: Reference
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Queen Anne pistols are a type of flintlock pistol distinguished by the lockplate being forged in one piece with the breech and the trigger plate. They are usually a breech-loading design known as a turn-off pistol.

Queen Anne pistols are a type of flintlock pistol distinguished by the lockplate being forged in one piece with the breech and the trigger plate. Possibly first made in England, they came in fashion in England during the reign of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, hence the name.

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With a comprehensive text and almost 200 illustrations, the styles and decoration from the mid 17th century, through the baroque and rococo designs imported from France that were adapted by English gunmakers, to produce a particularly accurate and distinctive pistol.

Part Number: BOOK-QAP in the 1780's The Queen Anne Pistol by John W. Burgoyne is an extensive resource on this uniquely English pistol.

Part Number: BOOK-QAP. Tracing the evolution of the Queen Anne pistol from its beginnings in the 1660's to its decline in the 1780's The Queen Anne Pistol by John W. Also covered are the mechanical characteristics, decorations, and manufacturers. Adobe Reader required to view the files below. pdf Last updated:4/25/2012 (129 KB). Top of Page Home Books Antique Firearms European Sporting Arms.

Description: This book fills a gap in the arms literature by tracing the development of the design and decoration of a very English type of pistol popularly known as the Queen Anne. Developed in the middle of the 1600s, it was unique, and over a hundred years ahead of its time, since it was the first firearm to combine the frame of the lock mechanism with the breech of the barrel - what we now call the action. It was popular through the late 1700s, when the design devolved into the boxlock, which could be manufactured more inexpensively

The Queen Anne Pistol was a style of flintlock pistol used in the late . . Burgoyne, John . The Queen Anne Pistol 1660-1780, (Museum Restoration Service, 2002).

The Queen Anne Pistol was a style of flintlock pistol used in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Queen Anne Pistols are thought to have first been produced in 1660, although they did not become popular until the early 1700s during the reign of Queen Anne I of Great Britain.

Queen Anne Pistol 1660-1780 : A History of the English Turn-off Pistol by John W. Burgoyne (2002-05-03).

The Queen Anne Pistol 1660-1780 : A History of the English Turn-off Pistol by John W. The purpose of this book is to fill a gap in the arms literature and to trace the development of the design and decoration of a uniquely English type of pistol known colloquially as the Queen Anne or, more correctly, as the turn-off pistol. ISBN13:9780888550156. Release Date:January 2002.

Queen Anne pistols are a type of flintlock pistol distinguished by the lockplate being forged in one piece with the breech and the trigger . Burgoyne, John W. (2002). The Queen Anne Pistol 1660-1780. Museum Restoration Service.

a history of the English turn-off pistol.

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The Queen Anne Pistol, 1660-1780 by John W. Burgoyne. Historical Arms New Series 1: 10x7 inches, 120 pp., 182 ill., hardcover, ISBN 0-88855-015-6. The purpose of this book is to fill a gap in the arms literature and to trace the development of the design and decoration of a uniquely English type of pistol known colloquially as the Queen Anne or, more correctly, as the turn-off pistol. This distinctive breech-loading arm was developed in the middle years of the 17th century but found popularity during the reign of the monarch (1702-1714) by whose name it is known. It continued to be made until about 1780. With a comprehensive text and almost 200 illustrations, the styles and decoration from the mid 17th century, through the baroque and rococo designs imported from France that were adapted by English gunmakers, to produce a particularly accurate and distinctive pistol.