Multi barrelled antique guns at Henry Krank.
The Wheel Lock is one of those unusual inventions which is absolutely ahead of it’s time.
Cannon are an unusual interest in the antique gun world, one you may not have considered before. Compared to some more exotic antique guns, cannon are relatively simple, and the interest therefore lies in their decorative and historical detail.
Premium Pepperbox Pistols now at Henry Krank & Co. We have the best range of Antique Pinfire Pistols anywhere.
A tool for every occasion, antique powder flasks and accessories now available at Henry Krank & Co.
The best fowling pieces now available at Henry Krank & Co. The shotgun is perhaps the most democratic gun ever made, a practical and often ornate gun for peasant or prince.
The 19th century was abound with brigands, thieves, wild dogs and other dangers, and no self-respecting lady or gentleman about town would be complete without some form of small, personal arm to defend against sundry ne’er-do-wells.
The Pinfire System was invented & patented by French firearms designer Casimir Lefaucheux in the 1830s, and was one of the first viable self contained cartridge designs, and remained a contender to the central & rimfire systems for much of the 19th century.
Collecting guns is a fantastic hobby, and each person's own tastes and desires varies wildly. Read on for some ideas of things to collect you might not have considered.
An unbeatable selection of antique cased pistol sets now available at Henry Krank.
A huge selection of antique revolvers available at Henry Krank now.
The seven barrelled Volley Gun, as made by Nock, is one of the most ferocious and recognisable guns from the Age of Sail. First invented by James Wilson in 1779, the volley gun saw service with the Royal Navy, and found some popularity with civilian goose hunters.
We found an old copy of Classic Arms from May 1999 that had some interesting articles in it. Nestled at the back on pages 36 and 37 was The London Arms Fair of 1999, the 62nd London Arms Fair to be precise.
As the sister museum to the Tower of London and the only existing suit of armour built for an elephant, the Royal Armouries Museum is not to be missed if you are in the Leeds area visiting Henry Krank.