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This beautiful, antique pistol is from the early days of Merriweather Technology. It uses sound refractory technology to channel ambient noise, fire through a flintlock mechanism.

It fires a wide-boar beam, knocking anyone in front of it unconscious.

It was originally made for privateers, but now can be used for legal as well as nefarious purposes, especially those on airships who don't wish to risk physical loads.

This one of a kind, hand painted and detailed gun has been embellished with brass findings and glass elements. It does not fire.

What exactly is this?
This device is a one of a kind piece of art designed for costume use or display. It is not intended for children, or rough play. It is made of every day materials (squirt guns, hardware findings, etc) that have been painted and finished into a wearable sculpture. To keep costs low, this device is made of plastic. Please treat your device gently.

What does it do?
Unless otherwise mentioned in the description, this device does not do anything. Lights bulbs, vacuum tubes and firing mechanisms are for decorative purposes only. Any actual functionality will be specified in the description, but unless indicated, please assume the device does NOT work.

Thank you for your interest in Merriweather Technology, and enjoy your device!

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Samantha Merriweather

Glass Bell Oscillator, steam punk flintlock pistol


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: toy gun, glass, shot glass, copper pipe, copper brackets
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 189 reviews
  • Favorited by: 8 people