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The Pattern 1853 “Enfield” family of British military percussion long arms that started wi..
In 1856, the British military adopted a new variant of the Pattern 1856 Enfield Infantry “Short” Rif..
This is a wonderful example of early 19th Century American military ingenuity, a cartridge belt..
Next to the Model 1873 Colt Single Action Army revolver, there is probably no Colt revolver that is ..
This is wonderful, complete and near EXCELLENT condition example of the rarely encountered..
The period from about 1850 to 1855 was quite turbulent within the British Board of Ordnance as a new..
Offered here is an extremely rare Italian Brescia Arsenal produced Piedmontese pattern Pistolon..
With all of the trials and tribulations experienced during the life of the Gibbs Carbine, it’s story..
In 1892, Theodor Bergmann of Baden (Germany) received his first patent for a semi-automatic pistol. ..
The Pattern 1856 Enfield “Short Rifle” had been the second long arm of the Pattern 1853 Enfield rifl..
On 4 December 1852, Joseph Bentley received British Patent No. 960/1852 for a percussion revolver, a..
While Confederate marked and imported Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Muskets are very scarce and always ..