Blunderbuss Trabucos

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The blunderbuss was to the 18th century what the machine gun was to the 19th, a solid weapon that could shoot multiple projectiles from a single barrel. With its wide mouth for an even dispersal of the shot, it was an impressive weapon well suited to guarding gates, stairways or streets. It could be reloaded quickly and easily even while running. The blunderbuss became an indispensable weapon for travellers at a time when the highways were alive with bandits. It is now used only in village festivals.

El Trabuco fue el equivalente en el siglo XVIII a la ametralladora del siglo XIX, un arma sólida que podía disparar múltiples proyectiles desde un mismo cañón. Con su amplia boca que proporcionaba una dispersión regular en el disparo, era un arma que impresionaba, adecuada para proteger una puerta, una escalera o una calle. Permitía la recarga rápida y sencilla incluso corriendo. El trabuco se convirtió en el arma indispensable en los viajes, en una época en la que el bandidaje infestaba los caminos. Actualmente su uso se limita a las fiestas populares.

TR-500

TR-500

TR-600

Model Number

Model Name

Stock

Caliber

Barrel Finish

Barrel Length

Overall Length

Weight

TR-500

Blunderbuss

Beech

.54-Perc.

Blued

425 mm

820 mm

3600 grs

TR-600

Blunderbuss

Beech

.62-Perc.

Blued

465 mm

870 mm

4475 grs

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