Matchlock pistols were also produced in Japan, at least in the Edo period, if not earlier; these were rare in Europe. A tanzutsu 短筒 literally means a short pistol. Intended for used by mounted warriors, they were called bajô zutsu , or "horsemen's cannon," but were in practice quite impractical. Nevertheless, they served their owners as status symbols. (wiki.samurai)
Tanzutsu or Bajozutsu at 1/3 scale, .157 cal (4 mm). The model presented is made of polished stainless steel and brass, which ensures perfect resistance to the corrosive action of black powder. Barrel in 316 L steel, stock wild heather (choice 4 species).
Tanzutsu or Bajozutsu 1/3 scale, choice .157 (4 mm) or .177 (4,5 mm) cal. Barrel in steel 4130 or equivalent, stock in precious wood (5 species at choice) with inlay on the handle. Delivered with a matching powder flask and a wooden stand.