Henry Harrington Volley Pistol

Volley Pistol patented by Henry Harrington of Southbridge MA during the mid 1800's. Seven barrels fire simultaneously from a common powder chamber. It has two triggers and two hammers, but the purpose of the set on the left is unknown.

1 comment:

Connor said...

There are two triggers and two hammers because all you would have to do is fire one volly and then just load seven more round in and fire again. It eliminates a continuouse priming the gun fireing sequinse.