Brown Bess Workbench

Brown Bess Workbench

Replica of a British New Land Pattern Brown Bess Musket - Light Infantry Pattern, circa 1812 to 1840.

Replica of a British New Land Pattern Brown Bess Musket - Light Infantry Pattern, circa 1812 to 1840.

The Brown Bess – Eight Amazing Facts About the Musket that Made the British Empire – MilitaryHistoryNow.com

The Brown Bess – Eight Amazing Facts About the Musket that Made the British Empire – MilitaryHistoryNow.com

Original English India Pattern Brown Bess Flintlock Musket Marked to 42nd Regiment ima-usa.com

Original English India Pattern Brown Bess Flintlock Musket Marked to 42nd Regiment ima-usa.com

Bayonet from Brown Bess musket by Waterloo200, via Flickr

Bayonet from Brown Bess musket by Waterloo200, via Flickr

Variations of the Brown Bess saw use on both sides of the American Revolution. (Illustration by Gregory Proch)

Variations of the Brown Bess saw use on both sides of the American Revolution. (Illustration by Gregory Proch)

Soldier of the 58th Regiment of Foot, 1757-1762 - "The 58th Regiment of Foot was one of several British units sent to America in 1757 in preparation for the attack on Louisbourg. Although the siege did not begin until 1758, the regiment saw the capture of the fortress and was present at the capture of Quebec the following year. This soldier is shown in marching order, carrying his pack and haversack."

Soldier of the 58th Regiment of Foot, 1757-1762 - "The 58th Regiment of Foot was one of several British units sent to America in 1757 in preparation for the attack on Louisbourg. Although the siege did not begin until 1758, the regiment saw the capture of the fortress and was present at the capture of Quebec the following year. This soldier is shown in marching order, carrying his pack and haversack."

BROWN BESS FARM HORSE ANTIQUE CHIDREN'S NURSERY COLOR ILLUSTRATION PRINT

Brown bess farm horse antique chidren's nursery color illustration print

The Brown Bess – Eight Amazing Facts About the Musket that Made the British Empire – MilitaryHistoryNow.com

The Brown Bess – Eight Amazing Facts About the Musket that Made the British Empire – MilitaryHistoryNow.com

Brown Bess Musket

Brown Bess Musket

BROWN BESS MUSKET BY KETLAND, 1790

BROWN BESS MUSKET BY KETLAND, 1790

Tower Brown Bess Flintlock Musket

Tower Brown Bess Flintlock Musket

A Woodsrunner's Diary: The Brown Bess Musket.

A Woodsrunner's Diary: The Brown Bess Musket.

1762 style Brown Bess, 11 lbs, .75 cal, just shy of   6' with bayonet attached.  Used in Rev War. This one, along with my 1760 NW  Trade Gun (F&I War), .72 cal, 8-9 lbs, vintage Curly Gostomski kit, built by Jerry Lauters.  I luuuurv these flintlocks.  Nothing like the scent of 2F in the morning👃

1762 style Brown Bess, 11 lbs, .75 cal, just shy of 6' with bayonet attached. Used in Rev War. This one, along with my 1760 NW Trade Gun (F&I War), .72 cal, 8-9 lbs, vintage Curly Gostomski kit, built by Jerry Lauters. I luuuurv these flintlocks. Nothing like the scent of 2F in the morning👃

The British Land Pattern Musket, commonly referred to as "Brown Bess". This musket and its variants were used from 1722 to 1838, by both the British Army and United States Army.

The British Land Pattern Musket, commonly referred to as "Brown Bess". This musket and its variants were used from 1722 to 1838, by both the British Army and United States Army.

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