The Pitcairn-Putnam Pistols were a pair of 18th century firearms previously owned by John Pitcairn, until his horse was shot from under him after the Battles of Lexington and Concord. The pistols then came to be owned by Israel Putnam, who subsequently passed them on to Ratonhnhaké:ton following the Battle of Bunker Hill.
A replica of the pistol was also obtainable by Arno Dorian during the French Revolution.
- 18th century Revolutionary America
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- 18th century Revolutionary France