- Nonfiring Replica guns
Nonfiring Replica guns
Non-firing Replica Guns for Display or Historical Recreations
Here at Brothersmith-Swords, we carry a varied selection of non-firing replica guns. These items are not intended for self-defense or hunting. But they are perfect for historical reenactments, as theater props or for personal display in your home or office. Since there is no way for these replicas to be altered to fire bullets, you can safely display them even with children living in the house, without the fear of one accidentally going off and causing injury. We are able to sell and ship the replicas almost anywhere in North America. Must be 18 years old or older. Please contact us at 888-854-9565 if you have any questions. Our phone hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. eastern standard time.
Non-Firing Replica Guns From Historical Wars and Battles
Early American settlers relied on their guns for food and protection. In fact, the United States was basically found by the barrel of a gun. From the Jamestown settlement, when colonists survived clashes with Native Americans, to the “shot heard 'round the world” that started the Revolutionary War, guns have played an important role in the development of the USA. We have the most authentic replicas from some of history's greatest wars. Take a look at the P-60 Enfield. At 40 inches long, this rifle-musket was used by infantrymen in the American Civil War and works great for battle reenactments. We also have an authentic replica of the P08 Luger used extensively by Nazi German troops during World War II. This magnificent weapon has over 70 independent parts and should only be disassembled by an experienced gunsmith.
Pirate Non-firing Replica Guns and Other Weapons
Check out the French Flintlock non-firing replica gun, with its stylish skull and crossbones decoration on the handle. This resembles a weapon widely used by Caribbean pirates of the 18th century. Since the gun took so long to reload, it was often accompanied by the short but thick, cutting sword, called the Cutlass to raid and pillage ships and towns. Some pirates, like Blackbeard, would carry up to six guns at a time. When the guns had discharged, pirates would use the butt of the gun to club their victims. So, if you like to dress up as a pirate, either for fun or for theatrical presentations, these replicas, will give you the truest representation possible. And we have a Pirate Cutlass you can purchase to finish off your outfit.
Japanese Match Lock Rifle - 45.5 inch Replica of a Japanese matchlock rifle, made from wood and metal, action does not function. Has a 27 inch stainless steel sword inside.