Foreign Military Antique Handguns

Foreign Military Surplus: Antique Handguns

For the discerning collector we offer antique handguns in the highly collectable foreign military surplus category. These firearms come from all across Europe and include everything from British sea service flintlocks to French Charlevilles to Swedish Navy models. Our inventory changes frequently so be sure to visit our list of new arrivals often.

Browse our selection of foreign military surplus antique handguns below. For other antique handguns, click over to our pages on antique U.S. martial and Civil War handguns, percussion cap revolvers, and black powder percussion cap pistols.

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Austrian Model 1851 Tube...

Austrian Model 1851 Tube Lock Pistol Altered to...

Price $1,850.00

This pistol started as an Austrian Model 1851 tube lock cavalry pistol. About 1866, Austria sold a large number to gun firms in Liege, Belgium. Having a market for flintlock pistols in Africa and South America, the Belgians altered the tube lock action Model 1851 pistols, for which there was no demand, into flintlocks. This required a new hammer and frizzen and entailed a new Belgium proof...

Scarce French Model 1873...

Scarce French Model 1873 Revolver by St....

Price $1,495.00

Serial number G64589. Made in the 1870s at the St. Etienne Arsenal. Gun has a mostly Mottled patina with around 25% of the nickel finish. Grips shows a fair amount wear.

British "Light Dragoon"...

British "Light Dragoon" flintlock pistol (AH6862)

Price $1,195.00

British "Light Dragoon" flintlock pistol circa late 18th century. Lock is marked with a crown over "GR". Barrel is 9" in length with proof marks present. Metal has a dark grey patina. Wood shows heavy usage with repaired cracks noted by the lock and side plate.  

French Model 1837...

French Model 1837 Percussion Navy Pistol (AH6843)

Price $1,195.00

French Model 1837 percussion pistol .60 caliber Navy marked in overall good condition. Metal is in the bright. Action is smooth and functions correctly. Serial numbers are matching. This was the first percussion pistol adopted by France. A repaired crack is noted on the grip handle.

 

French Model 1837...

French Model 1837 percussion navy pistol (AH6842)

Price $1,395.00

French Model 1837 percussion pistol .60 caliber Navy marked in great condition. Metal is in the bright, action is smooth and functions correctly. Serial numbers are matching. This was the first percussion pistol adopted by the French. 

Hannover Converted British...

Hannover Converted British Light Dragoon Pistol...

Price $1,495.00
Hannover Converted British Light Dragoon Pistol. Military Pistol 1603-1888 by Brooker. Note; The 6 screw brass reinforcement plate at ramrod channel. Gun is very good over all. Scarce Variant.
Dreyse & Collenbusch Needle...

Dreyse & Collenbusch Needle Fire Pistol (AH3991)

Price $4,950.00

Dreyse & Collenbusch 1850's period needle fire pistol. Marked "DC" with Prussian eagle at the breech. Serial #387. Gun has what appears to be double triggers but the rear "trigger" is actually a safety. Good blue and very good stock. Scarce needle fire pistol.

Superb Model 1883 Officers...

Superb Model 1883 Officers Reichsrevolver (AH6622)

Price $3,250.00

The Officer's Model 1883 Reichsrevolver was in use until 1919. The overall length is approx. 9.75". The 4 5/8" octagon to round 10.6mm caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The gun retains approx. 99% bright blue and straw finish. The left side of the frame has a safety lever below the hammer. There are no visible serial numbers. The right side of the barrel and...

Austrian Model 1798...

Austrian Model 1798 Flintlock Pistol (AH6458)

Price $1,350.00

This Austrian Model 1798 flintlock cavalry is rarely seen today. The overall length is approx. 17". The approx. 9.75" round 67 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fair dark bore with some roughness. With the exception of a 0 on the side plate and the issue number of 138 on the butt cap, the gun is unmarked. All the metal has a brown patina with areas of very light roughness. The brass nose cap,...

Officers Model 1883...

Officers Model 1883 Reichsrevolver Rig (AH6771)

Price $2,995.00

The Officer's Model 1883 Reichsrevolver was in use until 1919. The overall length is approx. 9.75". The 4 5/8" octagon to round 10.6mm caliber barrel has a very good bore with firing wear. The gun retains approx. 92% bright blue with spotting and 60% straw finish. The left side of the frame has a safety lever below the hammer. The serial number, 163, or the last two digits, is found on most...

Rare DA Model 1883...

Rare DA Model 1883 Officer's Reichsrevolver...

Price $2,995.00

This rare Officer's Model 1883 Reichsrevolver was one of a few made in double action. The overall length is approx. 9.75". The 4 5/8" octagon to round 10.6mm caliber barrel has a fine bore with frosting in the grooves. The gun retains approx. 95% blue and 50% straw finish. The left side of the frame has a safety lever below the hammer. The serial number, 265, or the last two digits, is found...

Scarce British Kynoch 476...

Scarce British Kynoch 476 Caliber Revolver...

Price $3,450.00

Only about 600 of these scarce Kynoch .476 caliber top break six-shot revolvers were made in the 1880s, The overall length is approx. 11'. The 6" round barrel with rib has a fine bore with light erosion in...

Identified Deane & Son...

Identified Deane & Son Percussion Revolver...

Price $7,850.00

This fine Deane & Son 42 caliber percussion revolver is identivied to General George Calvert Clarke, CB (Order of the Bath).  The 6" octagon barrel has a fine bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel has two London Proofs and the top strap is marked DEANE & SON. LONDON BRIDGE. The right side of the frame is marked DEANE-HARDING PATENT No.5052 (the serial number). followed by an...

Charleville Flintlock...

Charleville Flintlock Pistol (AH6082)

Price $1,595.00

Similar to a 1763 pistol, but not quite a 1763. This gun looks to be assembled and may be an officer’s pistol. The lock is a military Charlesville lock as is the front barrel band and barrel. The stock has been checkered and the trigger guard and butt cap have been...

War of 1812 Canadian...

War of 1812 Canadian Militia or Also known as...

Price $2,995.00

These were supplied from merchants and not from ordnance, thus they are often called the 1813 Indian Contract pistols. Barrel measures 9" in length and is marked with a crown over "GR" and broad arrow as well as a Tower crossed scepters acceptance stamp. Metal has a dark brown to almost black patina. Action works well. This is a gun you do not come across often!

War of 1812 Canadian...

War of 1812 Canadian Militia or Also known as...

Price $2,995.00

These pistols were supplied from merchants and not from ordnance. These are often referred to as the 1813 Indian Contract pistols. Barrel is marked with a crown over "GR" and broad arrow, as well as a Tower crossed scepters acceptance proof. 65 caliber with a 9” barrel. Metal has a dark brown patina. Nice sharp gun!

War of 1812 Canadian...

War of 1812 Canadian Militia or Also known as...

Price $2,995.00

These pistols were supplied from merchants and not from ordnance. These are often referred to as the 1813 Indian Contract pistols. Barrel is marked with a crown over "GR" and broad arrow, as well as a Tower crossed scepters acceptance proof. This is a 65 caliber with a 9” barrel. Metal has a light gray patina.

War of 1812 Canadian...

War of 1812 Canadian Militia or Also known as...

Price $3,495.00

These pistols were supplied from merchants and not from ordnance. These are often referred to as the 1813 Indian Contract pistols. Barrel is marked with a crown over "GR" and broad arrow, as well as a Tower crossed scepters acceptance proof. he top of the barrel appears to be stamped ".DFATH.HFAR.DURX 65 caliber with a 9” barrel. Metal has a dark gray patina.