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The Pattern 1853 “Enfield” family of British military percussion long arms that started wi..
The British Royal Navy Sea Service Pistol has the unique distinction of being one of the v..
In 1856, the British military adopted a new variant of the Pattern 1856 Enfield Infantry “Short” Rif..
In 1814, the Oldenburg Monarchy, also known as the Dano-Norwegian Realm, was partially dissolved due..
During the mid-19th century the sport of target shooting was taking the world by storm, and tar..
The firearms produced by Louis-François Devisme (pronounced div-eem) of Paris are among the most hig..
The varieties of arms produced by the gunmaking center of Liège during the mid-19thcentury was absol..
The Pattern 1856 Enfield “Short Rifle” had been the second long arm of the Pattern 1853 Enfield rifl..
The revolvers produced by English gunmaker William Tranter were some of the most advanced and modern..
In 1870, Smith & Wesson introduced a new cartridge revolver that would become the basis for at l..
In 1865, as the American Civil War was coming to an end, the firm of E. Remington & Sons began t..
The Birmingham based gunmaking firm of Tipping & Lawden was the trade name partnership between T..