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Mine is a. 19th century Victorian air cane in 35 caliber…it was made in Britain, by TOWNSEND gun makers

it’s an air powered breech loader…the key show in the photos is used to cock the action.when the action is cocked,there is a small button that pops out, and is pressed for firing. Pretty darn accurate considering the sights are so tiny..it shoots 500 plus fps with the 350 ball..I charge is lightly with co2, and get 4 or 5 good shots…it’s 37 inches long assembled

it’s close to the oldest I own, and I have friends that have Airguns near 200 yrs older

Mike