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The concept of the “replacement bayonet” is well known to students of Civil War era long arms, as th..
In 1812 the US military began the process of improving and upgrading the design of the “Charleville ..
In March of 1847 the U.S. Ordnance Board approved the adoption of three smooth bore percussion muske..
This is a VERY GOOD+ condition example of the US M-1855 Pistol Carbine. The Pistol Carbine was a cla..
During the American Civil War, well over 1,000,000 US Model 1855 .58 Caliber Socket Bayonets were pr..
By the spring of 1860, the shortcomings of the Maynard patent automated priming system had been disc..
This is a lovely example of the US M-1880 Hunting Knife. The knife was designed as a multi-use imple..
This is a FINE condition example of the U.S. M-1904 Hospital Corps Knife, often referred to by colle..
This is an VERY FINE condition example of a US M-1905 (Type IV) bayonet by a very scarce maker; Wil..
This is a FINE condition example of the US M-1912 Pistol Holster, the original holster issued with t..
This is a fine condition example of the US M-1917 Bolo Knife & Scabbard. The M-1917 Bolo was a simpl..