SOLD OUT - CMGW Model H (Hexagon Barrel Berloque) Datasheet
We NO LONGER have these in stock, however we sometimes come across some that we may have purchased, or are on consignment, they are ONLY listed here for informational and reveiw purposes ONLY.
Model H Miniature (Hexagon Barrel Berloque) Pinfire Pistol
The Model H pistol is designed to fire 2mm pinfire blanks, has a brass frame, a hinged hexagonal-shaped steel barrel held closed with a spring biased locking pin, and several proprietary features. Which include the location and mounting of the locking pin spring, a very distinctive signature hammer, and a bifurcated main spring. Wherein the main spring is cut from spring steel, is specially heat treated and operates the hammer and trigger which are both made of tool steel, hardened and polished and blued.
CMGW Model H
All the above parts are machined from stock material (not castings nor stampings) and the pistol is finished off with grips made from over 200 year old walnut. With each pistol test fired (proofed)and only then engraved with ?CMGW? (Charleston Mini Gun Works) and its Serial Number H-XXX. And included with each pistol is a brass rod with handle for ejecting a spent blank and cleaning the barrel, and a mini corked bottle for storing the blanks.
CMGW Model H Case
All contained in a hand-finished wood chest having a brass Charleston Mini Gun Works nameplate identifying the pistol model.
PLEASE NOTE: These are longer available, as they were only limited to 50 guns. These were originally priced at $175 if they were purchased from Charleston Mini Guns, when they were available. However because of the limited production, and because they are no longer available, their prices have gone to over $500 if you can find one. I have seen these sell as high as $800+, so good luck. These are ONLY listed here for informational and reveiw purposes ONLY. You SHOULD NOT add this to your cart, as there are none currently available. If you do add this to your cart, you should NOT be able to check out.
UPDATE: I am in contact with Ron Philips, and he has been working on 2 new designs for similar pistols to these, WE WILL have them for sale as soon as they become available.
Click on the photo to the right for a larger view.