19th Century Cane Shotguns.

by Daniel Russ on July 18, 2011

Ah the Europeans, in particular the 19th century French aristocrats who first created a panoply of hidden firearms. Barrels and bullets or shot shells all decoratively ensconced in anything from 19th Century Imperial ring guns to pipes that fired a bullet to walking canes that acted as swords or guns.


19th Century Cane Shotgun

Above: This 19th Century gun cane fired .410 shot shells which allowed it to remain light and relatively thin. The trigger folds out for use and down and away otherwise.


19th Century Cane Shotgun Trigger

Above: This was apparently called the Under Hammer Cane Gun. It fired a 56 gauge slug and retails for over $2000 in working condition.


19th Century Can Shotgun


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Louis September 5, 2017 at 6:40 am

The streets must have been seen as a pretty dangerous place for 19th century gentleman, to account for all this weaponry…

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