MUNDIJONG Police Station received an unusual surprise on Friday, when someone handed in a rare flintlock – the name given to a firearm that uses a flint striking ignition.
In a tweet the station speculated the gun could be up to 150 years old.
Avast maties – there be pirates around these parts.
Flintlock Pistol handed in at Mundi front counter today, we estimate that it could be over 150 years old! pic.twitter.com/xIPC5HS4pl
— Mundijong Police (@MundijongPol) July 20, 2018
There was no word on whether the gun’s owner had been in touch, but police are keen to speak to the man pictured below.