Multi Barrel Pistol Of The Bygone Days
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries single shot arm were prevalent.Pistol had little role when encountering many opponents.
This design, dubbed the "duck's foot" due to its shape, was one response developed at that time to intimidate groups of foes.These were carried by prison guards. Firing this flintlock pistol once would send four balls across a wide area. Enough to incapacitate the foes.