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(Video reuploaded to removed an allegedly copyrighted still image) 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 The pinfire system was an early cartridge type which saw widespread use in Europe, but was not widely adopted in the United States. First invented by a French designer named Pauly, it was made commercially feasible by Casimir Lefacheaux. It was Casimir's son Eugene, however, who took the pinfire cartridge to its full potential, garnering a French military contract in the 1850s and building Lefacheaux into one of the largest French/Belgian non-government arms manufacturers in the mid 1800s. Todays we are looking at an assortment of pinfire revolvers, to get some basic idea for the sort of variety that was made over the decades. Small to large, plain to fancy, and with all manner of quirky details (like folding bayonets and Lefacheaux's triple-action fire control system). Contact: Forgotten Weapons PO Box 87647 Tucson, AZ 85754
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Gav and Dan have fired some massive guns. This is not a video that contains a massive gun. In fact, this gun is smaller than a lot of bullets! Follow us on Instagram! 🤍 🤍 Do not mess around with pinfire guns at home. You could get a tiny but very real owwie. Filmed on the Phantom v2640 at 12,500fps Firing a 2 inch Gun at 12,000fps - The Slow Mo Guys
🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 Tacticool is not a modern creation - people have been making arms that are impractical but cool looking for centuries. As a case in point, I present this Model 1864 Milanese style saber-revolver. Several different variations on this theme were made in the mid 1800s, but this one closely follows the type made by one Carlo Maria Colombo in Milan. It is a 6-shot, 7mm pinfire revolver built into the hilt of a saber. Of course, it is a difficult way to aim the revolver, and the saber blade has no tang... Thanks to Ader of Paris for the chance to film this very cool piece of firearms curiosa! Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle 36270 Tucson, AZ 85740
These pinfire revolvers are often thought of as outdated, but Jonathan explains why they had a much longer service life than we often think. Subscribe to our channel for more videos about arms and armour Explore these objects on our collections online: Pinfire thirty-shot double-barrelled revolver - Lefeuchaux type (about 1925): 🤍 Pinfire six-shot military revolver - Lefaucheaux Cavalry Model 1854: 🤍 Pinfire twenty shot revolver - Folding trigger type (1870): 🤍 Help us bring history to life by supporting us here: 🤍 Sign up to our museum membership scheme here: 🤍 ⚔Website: 🤍 ⚔Blog: 🤍 ⚔Facebook: 🤍 ⚔Twitter: 🤍 ⚔ Instagram: 🤍 We are the Royal Armouries, the United Kingdom's national collection of arms and armour. Discover what goes on behind the scenes and watch our collection come to life. See combat demonstrations, experience jousting and meet our experts. Have a question about arms and armour? Feel free to leave us a comment and we'll do our best to answer it.
🤍 Harmonica guns were a short-lived type of firearm that was developed in an effort to have reliable repeating weapons prior to the the modern centerfire cartridge. They were made in both muzzleloading and cartridge varieties, and one notable (and reknowned) American maker of such guns was Jonathan Browning, father of John Moses Browning. These two harmonica pistols was made by a man named Jarre in France (also a noted manufacturer), and both use pinfire cartridges. In addition, while early harmonica guns had to be manually indexed for each shot, these two automatically advance their slides when their triggers are pulled. Theme music by Dylan Benson - 🤍
(Video reuploaded to removed an allegedly copyrighted still image) 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 The pinfire cartridge was a popular development in Europe in the mid-1800s that never saw much exposure in the United States. A huge variety of pinfire revolvers were made by a myriad of large and small shops, with Liege Belgium being one of the biggest manufacturing centers. Guns ranged from tiny folding-trigger 5mm models to massive 12mm weapons, with capacities from 5 to 20 shots. This particular one is both mechanically and visually interesting. It is a twin-barrel example, with a 20-round cylinder using chamber in two concentric rings. The inner ring of ten rounds are fired from the lower barrel and the outer ring of 10 rounds are shot through the top barrel. As one cocks and fires, the gun automatically alternates between the two. It is a clever way to get a large capacity without the cylinder become too ridiculously huge. Visually, of course, this revolver is pretty arresting, with its complete coverage of decorative gold embellishing and fancy case. Contact: Forgotten Weapons PO Box 87647 Tucson, AZ 85754
🤍 🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 From Nintendoeats on Utreon: "Modern centerfire and rimfire cartridges seem (to the casual observer) like they would always have been the simplest cartridge types to make. Why was pinfire ever used, and how was it economically manufactured?" Essentially, pinfire represents a cartridge development that predates the technology to draw brass cartridge cases. Pinfire developed from the first Pauly self-contained cartridges, and in its original iteration is used a non-obdurating case head combined with a paper body. It became popular because it was a convenient fit with the existing firearms architecture - the hammer required to fire a pinfire cartridge could be nearly identical to the hammer from a percussion lock. As technology around brass improved by the 1850s, solid brass cartridges became possible. At this point the all-metal pinfire cartridge evolved, and became popular driven by Eugène Lefaucheux as a continuation of his father Casimir Lefaucheux's original system. At the same time, many other cartridge systems were also in development. Pinfire got a boost from its existing manufacturing and intellectual property foundations, while other cartridges had to create their own new firearms platforms. In the US, George Morse (of Baton Rouge, not South Carolina as I say in the video - sorry) invented the predecessor to the modern centerfire cartridge and primer, but his work was interrupted by the US Civil War, and further by Morse's allegiance to the Confederacy and thus his difficulty in refining his invention during the war. Eventually, though, the most efficient system - centerfire - came to dominate the firearms landscape. Related videos: Pauly Shotgun: 🤍 Pottet Shotgun: 🤍 Volcanic Rocket Ball Ammunition: 🤍 Morse Confederate Centerfire Carbine: 🤍 Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle 36270 Tucson, AZ 85740
Gav and Dan whip out the old pinfire gun and see if it's possible to fire a bullet with a bullet. See how pinfire fares against centerfire and rimfire at 300,000fps. DO NOT TRY AT HOME! Instagram - 🤍 Tik Tok - 🤍 Filmed at 300,000FPS with the Phantom TMX 7510 Can a 2 Inch Gun Fire a 1 Inch Bullet? - 300,000FPS - The Slow Mo Guys
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🤍 The pinfire system was a popular type of early self-contained metallic cartridge in Europe, but didn't find much use in the United States. Pinfire revolvers were made in a variety of calibers from 5mm up to 15mm, and a much smaller number of revolving rifle and carbines were also made. This particular revolving rifle is a 6-shot, 15mm model with a folding bayonet - made in Belgium for a reseller by the name of Juan Lopez in Buenos Aires.
🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 This rifle design was developed by the Gevelot cartridge company to compete with the Modele 1866 Chassepot for French military use, although it was not successful in that attempt. The weapon has an uncommon sliding chamber mechanism in which the cartridge does not move forward into the chamber, but rather stays fixed in place while a cylindrical chamber slides over it when the action is closed. The cartridge itself is a modified type of pinfire with the pin located in the center of the cartridge case head, in line with the barrel and cartridge (as opposed to being offset 90 degrees like typical pinfire revolver ammunition). Thanks to the Institute of Military Technology for allowing me to have access to this rifle so I can bring it to you! Check out the IMT at: 🤍 If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! 🤍 Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N Oracle #36270 Tucson, AZ 85704
One of the coolest parts of our trip to Russia was a chance to check out scale model miniatures of some classic firearms. Everything from a FG43, Suppressed AKM, 1911, Thompson and everything in between they make them. The more impressive part is that they claimed that they would fire if they made ammo for them. Well we would put them to the test. This is the final part of the 4 part series on the miniatures. Click here to subscribe: 🤍 Click here to keep up with me: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Book: 🤍
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🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 The Mousqueton Modele 1854, named for General Antoine Hector Thésée Treuille de Beaulieu, was the first breechloader adopted by the French military. It was issued to the Cent Gardes (personal bodyguard) of Emperor Napoleon III and used a 9x46mm copper-cased pinfire cartridge. The action is a unique dropping block style that fires from an open bolt. The carbine itself was very light and handy, and to make it more imposing for the guards, it was issued with a meter-long saber bayonet. A version without the bayonet was considered for more widespread cavalry use, but not adopted. Later on in the 1860s, some of these carbines were rebuilt to use centerfire ammunition, replacing the mainspring with a more traditional trigger guard. The Cent Gardes were disbanded in 1870, and the Modele 1854 left service at that time. This carbine is part of the Liege arms museum's display of military arms, and I'd like to thanks them for taking it out of their display so I can show it to you! If you are in Liege, stop in and see the museum: 🤍 Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle #36270 Tucson, AZ 85740
🤍 Found on an estate in Virginia, this unique Austrian Pinfire Shotgun looks to be virtually unfired and in beautiful condition. Call 1-800-233-4145 today if you’re interested in this item and mention Militaria Item Number M1328. RCTV does not test or inspect antique firearms for merchantability or use as a functioning firearm from which a projectile may be shot.
2mm Xythos Pinfire Revolver pistol/flare gun set This is a Nickel Xythos Pinfire Gun with a male threaded barrel that comes with a flare adapter, an extra cylinder, a box with blanks, and 10 multi-color flares (white, red, green, and yellow) in a rectangle plastic case. (excellent) condition and everything works as it should. The flares fire up to 150 feet in the air and are visible for up to 6 kilometers.
. Colonel Jean Alexandre LeMat was a native Frenchman who emigrated to the United States and in 1856 secured a patent for a "grapeshot revolver", which had both a 9-shot .42 caliber cylinder and a 20-gauge smoothbore barrel acting as the cylinder axis. A moveable striking surface on the hammer allowed the user to alternate between firing the rounds in the cylinder and the center shotgun barrel. Unable to find a manufacturer in the US, LeMat had them manufactured in Belgium. These revolvers achieved most of their current notoriety as a result of several thousand being used by the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War - and those guns were percussion ones. However, LeMat also made a smaller number of pinfire variants for sale in Europe (where pinfire cartridges were much more common than in the Americas). This LeMat revolver is one of the pinfire examples, which still has a 9-shot cylinder and retains the percussion mechanism for the center smoothbore barrel. It comes in its original case, with several tools including a mold to make an interested 3-part segmented slug.
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🤍 The Danish artillery was an early adopter of metallic-case handguns, taking on this pinfire 6-shot solid-frame revolver in 1865 - when most of the world was still using percussion firearms. The thousand guns made served well for many decades, until in 1897 they finally were recognized as obsolete and converted to use more modern centerfire ammunition. After that update, they continued to remain as issued sidearms until the end of World War 2! The guns have a manual safety, an unusual (but not unheard of) element on a revolver. The centerfire ammunition they were converted to use is also an interesting subject, as it was a metal-jacketed but wood-cored projectile. Presumably, this was in an effort to get a high velocity and large diameter bullet simultaneously. The same type of bullet would be used in the .45 caliber Schouboe automatic pistols (🤍
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Percussion cap, hammer action, breech loading, muzzle loading - the lot. Here, doyenne of the gun trade, Doug Florent gives us a whistle stop tour of how the shotgun has developed over the past one hundred and fifty years. Some excellent examples and a clear journey to how we have the shotgun of today that we know and love. These were the main changes, the most recent of course being the move to over and under. I hope you enjoy this informative film.
#gunrestoration #restoration #restauration Restoration of a 1860 ( Napoleon III era ) Lefaucheux revolver. We have found this gun while magnet fishing in South of France. Here is the video of its discovery : 🤍 Judging by its condition, it has been in the water for decades and we decided to not to contact the police. The gun was damaged but we decided to preserve it by removing the rust, making it functionnal and protecting the metal for a display. This video is only a restoration of an historical object and in no way about the apology of weapons. Material used : Cold burnishing : 🤍 Linseed Oil : 🤍 Glass Paper : 🤍 Brass brushes : 🤍 Wire brushes : 🤍 WD40 : 🤍 Laboratory Generator : 🤍 𝐅𝐚𝐜𝐞𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤 and 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 : 🔵 🤍 📷 🤍 𝙏𝙞𝙠𝙏𝙤𝙠: pecheurdetresors 📲 🤍