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With all of the trials and tribulations experienced during the life of the Gibbs Carbine, it’s story..
While Confederate marked and imported Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Muskets are very scarce and always ..
The story of the Adams Patent Revolvers as produced by the Massachusetts Arms Company..
This is a solid example of a Civil War era brass handled saber bayonet by Ames, for use on the ..
This is a lovely, untouched example of a classic Confederate Forked Tongue Belt Buckle. These simple..
This is a very attractive and untouched dug example of a Standard Confederate Frame Buckle, one..
This is a lovely example of a very high grade, 14kt gold and diamond embellished Grand Army of the R..
The Starr Arms Model 1863 Percussion “Army” Revolver was designed as a simplified and more..
The Rogers & Spencer “Army” revolver was likely the pinnacle of single-action percussi..
This is a VERY GOOD+ to NEAR FINE example of the Smith & Wesson Model #1, S..
On 4 December 1852, Joseph Bentley received British Patent No. 960/1852 for a percussion revolver, a..
From the inception of the American Navy, the cow’s horn had been the container of choice for priming..