A really neat set of pistols that were the subject of an article in "Man at Arms " by Joe Puleo in 2014 (Magazine will come with the pistols}. The pistols were in the Stan Smullen collection at the time. The Ketland's were working in Pennsylvania by the time these pistols were made so more then likely they were made for the American market. The .65 cal. barrels are 7 3/4" long. The guns are still in their original flint and in good working order. They are all original with the exception of the ramrods. Belgium was basically the gun capital of the western world in the early to mid 19th century.