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The varieties of arms produced by the gunmaking center of Liège during the mid-19thcentury was absol..
The Pattern 1853 “Enfield” Rifle Musket is often noted as being the second most used long arm on bot..
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..
I have always felt that the arms produced by P.S. Justice of Philadelphia were very intrig..
During the latter part of the 1850s, the Spanish military adopted a family of .577 caliber, percussi..
The US M1835/40 was the last flintlock musket to be adopted by the US military. While the official m..
In May of 1851, the Ordnance Department authorized the manufacture of 2,000 percussion cadet muskets..
Offered here is a really nice example of the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket a..
There is probably no single weapon of the US Civil War that is more representative of the overwhelmi..
With the firing on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861 and the subsequent outbreak of hostilities that was..
The Pattern 1853 “Enfield” Rifle Musket was the second most used infantry long arm of the American C..