Something I’ve just discovered. It seems that traditionally blunderbusses had a dragon’s head around the muzzle.
Vaguely related, here are some blunderbuss pistols (blunderpistols?) used by pirates :yar
Traditional Archery, Traditional Bows, Medieval Bows, Fantasy Bows, Traditional Arrows and Quivers by Medieval Archery
Selfmade blunderbusses are still used today by Brazilian poachers. No fancy stuff around the muzzles though, just a rough and simple design.
Nice find Grims!! There a-lot of cool stuff there !!
your the best !!!
Yea most of the Prigrims weapons where show as Blunderbuss in the Town of Plymouth!!1623
they all had the dragon look