Cavalry silex pistol, model 1766, made circa 1800-1810 by Manufacture de Charleville. On display at Morges military museum.
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The single-shot pistol is one of the most common firearms, although in most campaigns it is still rare enough to be an object of envy or curiosity to most.
A pistol uses either a bullet and a singe dose of black powder or an alchemical cartridge as ammunition.
|(Early) One-Handed Firearms||Cost||Dmg (S)||Dmg (M)||Critical||Range||Misfire||Capacity||Weight1||Type2||Special|
|Pistol||1,000 gp||1d6||1d8||×4||20 ft.||1 (5 ft.)||1||4 lbs.||B and P|||
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