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Flintlock Musket

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Crafted in the Swedish style, this was the first dog lock style or "English lock" introduced into English forces and was used in the English Civil War.
Muszkiet wałowy z zamkiem skałkowym (Polish, roughly "musket barrel with flint lock")
Modern reproduction of 17th Century English Doglock muskets.

This page features Flintlock Muskets used in media other than the Brown Bess, Charleville, Jezail and Kabyle (and all their variants), which are the most popular flintlock muskets seen on screen.

Flintlock Muskets are long firearms, that completely replaced Wheellock Muskets and mostly replaced Matchlock Muskets (in some regions of Asia and Africa, matchlocks were used until the 19th century). The name comes from the use of a piece of flint wedged into the hammer that, when the trigger is pulled, strikes the frizzen and creates a spark that ignites the gunpowder.

N.B. Virtually all Flintlock Muskets seen in films or television productions are modern reproductions, due to historical specimens being highly expensive and unsafe to fire due to age- or conservation-related concerns.

Specifications

  • Weight: Various
  • Length: Various
  • Barrel length: Various
  • Cartridge: Various
  • Caliber: Various
  • Capacity: Usually 1, some revolving rifles and repeaters with more
  • Action: Flintlock
  • Rate of fire: User-dependent; usually 2-5 rounds a minute with muzzleloading long muskets, most soldiers were drilled to manage 3 under combat conditions
  • Muzzle velocity: Variable
  • Effective range: Variable
  • Feed system: Usually muzzle-loaded
  • Fire Modes: Single Shot

The Flintlock Musket and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:


Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
A Pistol Shot (Vystrel) Imperial Russian Army soldiers 1966
Kidnapped Michael Caine Alan Breck Stewart Doglock 1971
Jack Watson James Stewart
British soldiers
Osceola Seminole warriors, Raynes' men 1971
Tecumseh Gojko Mitic Tecumseh 1972
Rolf Römer Simon McKew
Minja Vojvodic Black Eagle
American and British soldiers, Indians
The Deluge (Potop) Ryszard Filipski Soroka 1974
Blue Bird Gheorghe Patru Raccoon 1979
Robin Jaeger Blue Bird
Iroquois warriors
Boris Godunov Seen on the ground 1986
Revenge of the Musketeers Le duc de Crassac Claude Rich 1994
Duke's guards
Snapphanar Ramunas Abukevicius Jensen 2006
Jörgen Persson Räddstor
Danish and Swedish soldiers
The Golden Compass Gyptian man 2007
Kingdom of War Santisuk Promsiri King Mahinthrathirat Doglock 2007
Pratcha Sananwatananont Young Naresuan
Jirayu La-ongmanee Young Boonthing
The Legend of Naresuan: Declaration in Independence Wanchana Sawatdee King Naresuan Doglock 2007
Jirayu La-ongmanee Rachamanu aka Boonthing
The Sovereign's Servant (Sluga Gosudarev) Swedish and Russian soldiers 2007
Beauty and the Beast Nicolas Gob Maxime de Beaufremont 2014
The Duelist (Duelyant) Pyotr Fyodorov Kolychev custom made 2014
Pyotr Skvortsov escaped convict
John Wick: Chapter 2 depicted in the picture 2017
Infernal Guidon, or Cossack Christmas (Pekelna khoruhva, abo Rizdvo Kozatske) Kostyantyn Linartovych Mikhtod 2019
Cossacks
John Wick: Chapter 4 depicted in the picture 2023

Television

Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Father Brown Seen on the wall, supposedly a hunting model; "The Arrow of Heaven" (Ep.12) 1974
The Count of Monte Cristo Jacques Weber Edmond Dantès 1979
In Search for Captain Grant (V poiskakh kapitana Granta) Nikolai Yeryomenko, Jr. Lord Glenarvan Trade 1986
In Search for Captain Grant (V poiskakh kapitana Granta) Vladimir Gostyukhin Major McNabbs Trade 1986
In Search for Captain Grant (V poiskakh kapitana Granta) Oleg Shtefanko Capt. John Mangles Trade 1986
Lewis English Civil War reenactors "The Dead of Winter" (S04E01) 2010
Midsomer Murders James Callis Toby DeQuetteville "The Dark Rider" (S15E1) 2012
Members of historical reenactment club
Salem - Season 1 Indian warrior Trade Musket, "All Fall Down" (S1E13) 2014
Salem - Season 2 Shane West Captain John Alden Trade Musket, "Midnight Never Come" (S2E12) 2015
Neal Gage Militia Men Trade Musket, "Blood Kiss" (S2E02)
Jim Henry Militia Men
Frank Duffy Militia Men Trade Musket, "Book of Shadows" (S2E04)
Soldiers, Militia Men, Vigilantes Trade Musket
Salem Shane West Captain John Alden Trade Musket; "After the Fall" (S3E01) 2016
The Walking Dead: World Beyond - Season 1 depicted in the picture; "Truth or Dare" (S1E07) 2020
The Great Cossacks Supposedly Pedersoli Indian Trade Musket; "Heads It’s Me" (S02E01) 2021
Fear the Walking Dead - Season 6 Seen in arsenal; "The Beginning" (S6E16) 2021
The Last of Us - Season 1 "Infected" (S1E02) 2023
The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - Season 1 depicted in the picture; "Deux Amours" (S1E05) 2023
Fallout - Season 1 "The Radio" (S1E07) 2024

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi 2003
Civilization IV 2005
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Mounted on a wall, unusable 2016

Anime

Film Title Character Note Date
The Strange Case Files of Ryoko Yakushiji Imperial Russian Army soldiers 2008
Fena: Pirate Princess Hannah Snell Four-Barreled 2021

Animation

Title Voice Actor Characters Notation Date
What If...? - Season 2 Einherjar soldiers "What If... The Avengers Assembled in 1602?" (S2E08) 2023



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