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From top to bottom: Richmond Carbine (Confederate manufacture) .58 caliber…

From top to bottom: Richmond Carbine (Confederate manufacture) caliber…

ID'd Maynard 2nd Model Carbine with Blocks of Cartridges

ID'd Maynard Model Carbine with Blocks of Cartridges

Civil War Presentation Sword of Charles Anderson, 93rd OVI, 1861.

Civil War Presentation Sword of Charles Anderson, OVI,

While many Enfields could, would, should, might be, Confederate; only a few can honestly, and without a doubt, be demonstrated to have “Whistled Dixie”. The collector can be absolutely assured that this example was used by a Confederate soldier. Even rarer than an example that is positively identified as having been used by a Confederate soldier, is one that can be proven to have been used in battle. The rifle musket shown here is one of that rare breed. Early in 1861, Jefferson Davis sent…

While many Enfields could, would, should, might be, Confederate; only a few can honestly, and without a doubt, be demonstrated to have “Whistled Dixie”. The collector can be absolutely assured that this example was used by a Confederate soldier. Even rarer than an example that is positively identified as having been used by a Confederate soldier, is one that can be proven to have been used in battle. The rifle musket shown here is one of that rare breed. Early in 1861, Jefferson Davis sent…

U.S. Model 1861 Springfield Rifle-Musket was 56 inches long, weighed nine pounds, and used a .58 caliber minie ball. Carried by US ~ from Mississippi Confederates.

Model 1861 Springfield Rifle-Musket was 56 inches long, weighed nine pounds, and used a caliber minie ball. Carried by US ~ from Mississippi Confederates.

peashooter85: The Lemat Rifle, The Lemat pistol...

“The Lemat Rifle, The Lemat pistol is often recognizable to most gun people, a nine shot percussion revolver with an 16 gauge shotgun for added firepower, they were very popular with.

Click Here: Confederate veterans served too. We forget that too often! CivilWar History

Click Here: Confederate veterans served too. We forget that too often! CivilWar History

Samuel Colt’s 1851 Navy (top) was one of the most influential revolver designs of the mid 19th century. During the Civil War it was copied by Confederate armsmakers including Griswold & Gunnison (center) and J.H. Dance & Bros. (bottom).

Samuel Colt’s 1851 Navy (top) was one of the most influential revolver designs of the mid century. During the Civil War it was copied by Confederate armsmakers including Griswold Gunnison (center) and J.

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