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The Sharps Model 1855 Carbine is one of the real rarities of Sharps long arms collecting. ..
In 1808 the British military adopted a new cavalry carbine pattern in an attempt to address the comp..
On 4 December 1852, Joseph Bentley received British Patent No. 960/1852 for a percussion revolver, a..
The firearms produced by Louis-François Devisme (pronounced div-eem) of Paris are among the most hig..
The revolvers produced by English gunmaker William Tranter were some of the most advanced and modern..
Alonzo D. Perry was a Newark, NJ based gun maker and inventor and the proprietor of the Perry Patent..
The Starr Arms Model 1863 Percussion “Army” Revolver was designed as a simplified and more..
The Rogers & Spencer “Army” revolver was likely the pinnacle of single-action percussi..
In 1837 the French Marine Service (including the French navy and associated maritime troo..
This is a solid example of a scarce, antebellum “southern” derringer that is retailer marked by ..
On October 25, 1864, Henry B. Hammond received his first patent for a firearms design, #44,798. The ..
This is a VERY FINE condition example of a rarely encountered foreign retailer marke..