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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..
During the mid-19th century the sport of target shooting was taking the world by storm, and tar..
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 US Model 1855 Rifle is one of the scarcer primary issue US military long arms that was..
This is a GOOD+ condition example of the US Model 1855 Rifle Musket, as produced at t..
In 1812, the US military began the process of improving and upgrading the design of the “Charleville..
On January 25, 1856 one of the first, and most important long arms to be derived from the Pattern 18..
The US M1835/40 was the last flintlock musket to be adopted by the US military. While the official m..
This is a really attractive example of the desirable Austrian Model 1854 Lorenz Rifle Musket, i..
Offered here is a really nice example of the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket a..