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On 9 December 1862, Austin T. Freeman received US Patent #37,091 for “Improvement in Revolving ..
The Owen Sub Machine Gun was the only Australian designed sub machine gun to see use during the Seco..
This is a really interesting and relatively scarce example of a rarely encountered Austrian percussi..
This is a scarce example of the Austrian Kavalleriepistole M-1851 Mit Tragring or rather Model 1851 ..
This is a great example of one of the scarcest and least often-encountered Austrian socket bayonets ..
This is a FINE condition example of the Austrian M-1844 Kammerbüchse or Chamber Rifle. The gun was o..
In 1853 the Austrian military adopted a new edged weapon for the use of their Technical Troops, the ..
This is an absolutely outstanding example of an Austrian M-1854 Type I Lorenz Rifle Musket, as impor..
This is a very interesting Austrian M-1854 Lorenz rifle musket in very fine condition. The unique fe..
This is one of the finest Austrian M-1854 Lorenz Rifle Muskets that I have ever seen, and quite defi..
This is a really attractive, 100% complete and correct Austrian M-1854 Lorenz Rifle Musket, in wonde..
The firm of Herman Boker & Company of New York (with satellite offices in Li’ge & Birmingham) import..