Black Powder Firing Weapons
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1842 SPRINGFIELD Smoothbore
69 Caliber Black Powder
1842 Springfield Smoothbore Black Powder Rifle (0.69 Caliber). Both the Harpers Ferry and Springfield Armories produced the Model 1842 Percussion Musket in great numbers from 1844 to 1855. This reproduction is true to the original measurements, with a 42" barrel and a total length of 58". The Model 1842 was notable in several
aspects, mainly that is was the .69 caliber musket. Additionally, it was the first weapon made at both the Harper's Ferry and Springfield Armoury with interchangeable parts. Harpers Ferry produced 103,000 pieces while Springfield produced over 172,000 for a total production of over a quarter of a million arms.
3 BAND 153 ENFIELD
.58 Caliber Black Powder
The 1853 3 Band Enfield Musket saw service in the hands of both the Union and Confederate troops during the Civil War. The 1853, also known as the "First Model", was manufactured between 1853 and 1863 by a large number of contractors, including the Royal Small Arms Factory and the London Armoury Company. No license Required. You
must be 18 years old to purchase and 21 years old to sign for this product. Please check your local laws before ordering to ensure compliance. This product comes with basic eye and hearing protection. This product can only be shipped to U.S. locations.
1842 SPRINGFIELD Smoothbore
.69 Caliber Black Powder
Both the Harpers Ferry and Springfield Armories produced the Model 1842 Percussion Musket in great numbers from 1844 to 1855. This reproduction is true to the original measurements, with a 42" barrel and a total length of 58". The Model 1842 was notable in several aspects, mainly that is was the .69 caliber musket. Additionally, it
was the first weapon made at both the Harper's Ferry and Springfield Armoury with interchangeable parts.
Kentucky Black Powder Percussion Rifle - 0.45 Caliber. The sweeping, graceful lines of this classic, historic rifle make it one of the most recognizable arms in American history. Known as the "Pennsylvania", "K entucky", or "Stump" rifle, this muzzlelaoader orginiated about 1720. It was modified from the short German 'Jaeger' hunting rifle into a longer, slimmer, lightweight gun that used a
reduced powder charged and smaller caliber projectile. When teh percussion lock was developed in the early part of the 19th Century, most of the flint Kentucky's were converted to this new system.
No license Required. You must be 18 years old to purchase and 21 years old to sign for
this product. Please check your local laws before ordering to ensure compliance. This product comes with basic eye and hearing protection. This product can only be shipped to U.S. locations.
ZOUAVE Rifled Musket -1863
The Zouve is a favorite of re-enactors and has been recognized by experts as
one of the best made long arms of the Civil War Era. This musket features a blued barrel and color case-hardened lock marked "US" with an eagle.
Colt Dragoon Revolver
The famous Colt Dragoon models evolved from the Walker, and were produced from 1848 to 1863.
Shorter than the Walker, the Dragoon was more reliable and efficient. The 2nd Model Dragoon differs from the 1st Model in the cylinder bolt slot, which is square in section instead of oval.
Remington Black Powder Revolver
It is said that soldiers of the Civil War would trade a handful of Colts for one
Remington Army revolver. After the war, the Remington outsold the Colts as a surplus weapon because the soldiers had seen how the two guns stood up side by side to combat use.
A note from William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody on Exhibit at the NRA National Firearms Museum reads, "This old Remington Revolver I carried and used for many years in
Indian Wars and buffalo killing. And it never failed me."
Colt 1851 Navy Black Powder Revolver
Accurate replicas of the famous Colt 1851 Navy Revolver, which was produced
from 1851 to 1872. This historical black powder revolver the American Civil war. Replicas are made of quality steel, including the cylinder, octagonal rifled barrel and loading barrel. The trigger guard and back strap are made of brass. The hand grip is made of walnut, like the original. Each revolver is proof tested, so that this classical black powder gun is not only a collector's dream, but
also an outstanding shooter.
Civil War Reenactment Infantry Boots
These are the best made Civil War Reproduction boots in the
16" Shaft; Maple Leather Cowhide Lining; Leather insoles and outsoles; 19" Calf Circumference; 2.5" Square Toe; 1.5" Stacked Leather Block Heel; Black 4oz Cowhide Leather Uppers; Leather pulls inside; Leather heel cap; Metal shank for arch support;
Civil War Rifle Cartridge Box
This Civil War Cartridge Box is crafted of thick leather with brass studs. It has an
expandable outer pocket for swabs or patches and an inner flap that protects cartridges
John Brown and the Soul of America
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The staggering challenge of treating wounds and disease on both sides of the conflict. Written for general
readers and scholars alike, this first-of-its kind encyclopedia will help all Civil War enthusiasts to better understand this amazing medical saga. Clearly organized, authoritative, and readable
Civil War in the Indian Territory
When the war broke out, both sides wanted the Five Civilized Tribes, led by the Cherokees, and each got around half. The
Confederacy sent Brigadier General Albert Pike to recruit them, and he did a pretty good job. A strange, brilliant, man, Pike's career as a General is a minor footnote in his long life
Civil War Milledgeville: Tales from the Confederate Capital of
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understanding of the Civil War, from a womens riot to a confederate cavalry rescue.
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