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Definition of Flintlock

Flintlock
Flintlock Flint"lock`, n. 1. A lock for a gun or pistol, having a flint fixed in the hammer, which on striking the steel ignites the priming. 2. A hand firearm fitted with a flintlock; esp., the old-fashioned musket of European and other armies.

Meaning of Flintlock from wikipedia

- Flintlock is a general term for any firearm that uses a flint striking ignition mechanism, the first of which showed up in Western Europe in the early...
- A flintlock is a kind of a firearm. Flintlock may also refer to: Flintlock, a Joint Combined Exchange Training programme Flintlock (musical group), a 1970s...
- The flintlock mechanism is a type of lock used on muskets, rifles, and pistols from the early 17th to the mid-19th century. It is commonly referred to...
- Operation Flintlock may refer to: Operation Flintlock (nuclear test), a nuclear test series on the Nevada Test Site Operation Flintlock (World War II)...
- The Belton flintlock was a repeating flintlock design using superposed loads, conceived by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, resident Joseph Belton some time...
- Flintlock were a 1970s pop group from Es****, England. Its members were Derek Pascoe (vocals/saxophone), Mike Holoway (drums/percussion), Jamie Stone (b****/vocals)...
- Officers (.45 ACP) M1799 flintlock pistol (.69) M1805 Harper's Ferry flintlock pistol (.54) M1816 flintlock pistol (.54) M1836 flintlock pistol (.54) M1842...
- 20–23 November and the Battle of Makin of 20–24 November 1943. Operation Flintlock and Operation Catchpole were aimed at capturing ****anese bases at Kwajalein...
- The model 1805 U.S. Marshal "Harper's Ferry" flintlock pistol, manufactured at the Harpers Ferry Armory in Virginia (now West Virginia), was the first...
- Elisha Haydon Collier (1788–1856) of Boston, USA, invented a flintlock revolver around 1814. His weapon is one of the earliest true revolvers, in contrast...