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 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 (option). Delivered with a wooden stand matching powder flask in option.
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).