The matchlock was the first firearm with a trigger. The first dated illustration of a matchlock mechanism dates to 1475, and by the 16th century they were universally used. The best tactic in using the matchlock was to line up musketeers and send off a volley of musket bullets at the enemy.
The barrel is 316 L stainless steel .157 cal (4 mm), octagonal on the basin side and round conical on the muzzle side. All parts are made stainless steel to resist corrosion, the stock is made of dog rose or French walnut.
Non contractual pictures, this set is a unique creation as will be yours. Your set includes all the accessories shown in these photos but each element and their decorations will be treated differently and more finely.