A flintlock blunderbuss pistol (also called a dragon) from the Smithsonian Institution.
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Like a miniature blunderbuss, the dragon pistol fires Pellets or a bullet from its flared barrel.
The dragon pistol fires in a 15-foot cone when firing Pellets, and has a 10-foot range increment when firing a bullet. For ammunition, a dragon pistol uses a bullet or group of Pellets and a single dose of black powder, or else a single alchemical cartridge (with either bullets or Pellets) as ammunition.
|(Early) One-Handed Firearms||Cost||Dmg (S)||Dmg (M)||Critical||Range||Misfire||Capacity||Weight1||Type2||Special|
|Pistol, dragon||1,000 gp||1d4||1d6||×4||20 ft.||12 (5 ft.)||1||3 lbs.||B and P||scatter|
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