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Determining the identity of the gunsmith or arsenal that performed Confederate percussion alteration..
On December 9, 1862, Austin T. Freeman received US Patent #37,091 for an “Improvement in Revolv..
In 1865, as the American Civil War was coming to an end, the firm of E. Remington & Sons began t..
The Rogers & Spencer “Army” revolver was likely the pinnacle of single-action percussi..
This is a very nice example of a fairly scarce British military wooden canteen, or “waterbottle” as ..
On January 25, 1856 one of the first, and most important long arms to be derived from the Pattern 18..
During the mid-19th century the sport of target shooting was taking the world by storm, and tar..
In 1857, the firm of E. Remington & Sons of introduced their first percussion revolver. Since th..
This is a FINE condition example of the scarce 1st Pattern Spencer Rifle Socket ..
When thinking about World War II era daggers, most collectors immediately think of the seemingly end..
This is a very interesting and crude example of a Colonial Period American Applied Socket Bayon..
The Pattern 1856 Enfield “Short Rifle” had been the second long arm of the Pattern 1853 Enfield rifl..