Pirate

Pirate
Pirates of the 18th Century carried pistols similar to these French flintlock in their raiding exploits. As such skirmishes rarely included time-outs for reloading, a cutlass would accompany the pistol. Born of a need for a gun that could fire multiple projectiles from a single powder charge, the blunderbuss became the weapon of choice for short-range encounters with the miscreants of the 17th and 18th Centuries.

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