The pistols were built for a client in North Carolina. The brass barrels were made by Ed Rayl. They were not built to reflect the work of any particular maker, just to reflect the look of look of early period pistols of a bit above average quality. I found it a little hard to turn loose of this pair of pistols. They are my 345 & 346th guns. The accouterments shown with the pistols were built by Eric Armstrong and are turned wood and horn.
Copy and photos supplied by Ron Luckenbill.