The British Pattern 1851 Minié Rifle is one of the least often encountered of all general ..
In 1857, the firm of E. Remington & Sons of introduced their first percussion revolver. Since th..
This is a scarce example of the longest of the French socket bayonets to have ever been adopted by t..
This is a VERY GOOD condition example of a Large Bag Shaped Pistol Flask by James Dix..
The Remington “Army” .44 percussion revolver was the primary competition to the Colt M1860 .44 percu..
Here is a VERY GOOD condition example of the US M1816 Socket Bayonet. While the term&..
This is a VERY GOOD example of the US Model 1855 Type II .58 Socket Bayonet, complete with..
Brothers James and Philip Webley would together start what would become the most successful English ..
On July 28, 1857 James Warner received US Patent #17,904 for a percussion revolver. This represented..
The conclusion of the Franco-Prussian of 1870-71 brought a new major world power to the stage; the n..
In many ways the large bore pinfire revolvers, based upon the patents of French gunmakers Casimir an..
This is one of the more rarely encountered of US made percussion revolvers used during the American ..