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Pistal
Title Pistal
Title2 Pistal of Chandrshekher Azad
Museum Name Allahabad Museum, Allahabad
Gallery Name NA
Object Type Freedom Struggle
Main Material Metal
Manufacturing Technique Casting
Main Artist Colt Hart Fort CT USA in December 22, 1903
Artist's Nationality American
Artist's Life Date / Bio Data Not Known
Country USA
Origin Place Colt Hart Fort CT USA in December 22, 1903
Period / Year of Work December 22, 1903
Dimensions 16.8 x 11 cm
Detailed Description The pistol belongs to the master of Indian freedom struggle Chandrashekhar Azad with which he fought his last encounter with British in the erstwhile Alfred Park area of Allahabad. This historic encounter took place on 27th Febuary 1931 at Allahabad. The gun, which was donated by Sir John Nott Bavar, is a one Colt automatic pistol of .32 bore/ caliber with a ten round magazine. It is rimless, smokeless patented in April 20, 1897. It was manufactures by Colt Hart Fort CT USA in December 22, 1903. This pistol was brought from Lucknow museum in 03.07.1976 and was displayed in 19.07.1979 for the first time in Allahabad museum. Regarding this incident, an FIR had been registered in Curnelgunj Police Station, Allahabad dated 27.02.1931 againsed Shaheed (undecided) Chandrashekher Azad for the offence of stolen.
Brief Description The pistol belongs to the master of Indian freedom struggle Chandrashekhar Azad with which he fought his last encounter with British in the erstwhile Alfred Park area of Allahabad. This historic encounter took place on 27th Febuary 1931 at Allahabad. The gun, which was donated by Sir John Nott Bavar, is a one Colt automatic pistol of .32 bore/ caliber with a ten round magazine. It is rimless, smokeless patented in April 20, 1897. It was manufactures by Colt Hart Fort CT USA in December 22, 1903. This pistol was brought from Lucknow museum in 03.07.1976 and was displayed in 19.07.1979 for the first time in Allahabad museum. Regarding this incident, an FIR had been registered in Curnelgunj Police Station, Allahabad dated 27.02.1931 againsed Shaheed (undecided) Chandrashekher Azad for the offence of stolen.