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There is probably no single weapon of the US Civil War that is more representative of the overwhelmi..
The Sharps family of rifles and carbines are probably the most recognizable of all the breech loadin..
In January of 1852, the British Board of Ordnance began taking the first tentative steps towards des..
In 1836, the British military officially adopted the percussion cap to replace flint as the ignition..
The best possible description of the British Pattern 1856 Cavalry Carbine is that it was a..
This is a fine and untouched, unaltered example of a US M1841 Mississippi Rifle. ..
Offered here is a really nice example of the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket a..
The “Good and Serviceable Arms” produced by the Whitney Arms Company are some of the most interestin..
The US M1835/40 was the last flintlock musket to be adopted by the US military. While the official m..
The fact that the Richmond Arsenal system regularly repaired long arms is well documented, with Conf..
There are few 19thcentury military arms that are scarcer on the collector market than the guns of Im..