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|Statement||By William A. Albaugh, III, Hugh Benet, Jr. [and] Edward N. Simmons.|
|LC Classifications||UD383.5 .A62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 250 p.|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||63010982|
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Confederate Handguns: Concerning the Guns, the Men Who Made Them, and the Times of Their Use (Hardback or Cased Book) Albaugh, William A., III Published by Literary Licensing, LLC 7/1/ (). Confederate Handguns: Concerning the Guns, the Men Who Made Them, and the Time of Their Use [Albaugh, III, William A.; Benet, Hugh; Simmons, Edward N.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Confederate Handguns: Concerning the Guns, the Men Who Made Them, and the Time of Their Use5/5(4). 12 rows The American Civil War, fought between the Union and Confederate forces, took place from. Confederate Handguns book.
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CONFEDERATE HANDGUNS CONCERNING THE GUNS, THE MEN WHO MADE THEM AND THE TIMES OF THEIR USE BY WILLIAM A. ALBAUGH, III, HUGH Confederate handguns book, JR., AND EDWARD N. SIMMONS MINT CONDITION This is a brand new, unread, pristine-condition book.
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Civil War Pistols Remington Type: Revolver (6 shot percussion cap) Designer: Remington & Sons,USA Caliber / Note: Made in both and, Remington was the second supplier to the military until the Colt factory fire in when it became the #1 military supplier.
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Long out of print and highly sought after, this book is once again available. First editions have been commanding up to $ each. New. GUN GUNS FIREARMS ARMS WEAPONS RIFLE RIFLES REVOLVER REVOLVERS HANDGUN HANDGUNS MILITARY CIVIL WAR GUNMAKER GUNMAKERS ARMS MAKER.
The pistol was still growing in prominence as the standard sidearm of military elements during the time of the American Civil War. There are a total of 29 Civil War Pistols () in the Military Factory.
Entries are Confederate handguns book below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary. The Hardcover of the Confederate Handguns by William Albaugh, Edward N.
Simmons, Hugh Benet, Jr. | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: Confederate handguns book "An analysis in depth, by the (3) most qualified specialists on Confederate handguns, of one phase of the Confederate war effort which has never before received due recognition: the Confederate handguns book in the South & the procurement abroad of pistols & revolvers." Heavily illustrated with photos.
Internally tight and unmarked. Knott, USN (ret.), Capt. Steven W. Published by The Horse Soldier, Softcover, 80 pp., heavily illustrated with color photographs. This monograph examines the Confederate system used to recover, clean and repair, inspect and reissue oversmall arms of all types “captured and collected” from the battlefields of the Civil War.
Confederate handguns: concerning the guns, the men who made them, and the times of their use. 1 photograph: ninth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; x cm (case) | Photo shows identified soldier from Louisiana from either Co.
D, 8th Louisiana Cavalry Regiment; Co. B, 28th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, or Co. B, 29th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. Add to Favorites Free Registration Tutorial Videos Contest New Today New This Week Articles Gun Appraisals Affiliate Programs Free Targets FAQ's - Contact US Gun Links Click here to tell a friend about us.
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and Edward Simmons. The gun was recently de-assessed from the prestigious Horn Foundation Collection, and had been on loan to the Frazier History Museum in. Kerr's Patent Revolver was an unusual 5-shot single-action revolver manufactured from to by the London Armoury was used by Confederate cavalrymen during the U.S.
Civil of these revolvers were held by the New Zealand Colonial Defence Force in and were issued to the famous Forest Rangers at the start of the campaign to push Maori rebels out of the Auckland Type: Revolver. Early Southern victories provided many Confederate soldiers with Federal arms.
Capture and battle- field pick-up of small arms remained an important supply source for the South until the last days of the conflict. Thus, many weapons which were only manufactured in the North also served the Southern cause. Capture was also a source of supply to. Description The Rarest Confederate Revolver Ever Made, A Texas-Made George Todd(Austin, Texas) Caliber Revolver This George Todd revolver, serial numbered has been referenced throughout the literature of famous Confederate weapons for over 50 years.
From William Albaugh's classic text Confederate Handguns to Norm Flayderman's Guide to Antique American. Confederate Handguns by Albaugh, III, William A. et al. Wilmington, North Carolina: Broadfoot Publishing Company, Reprinted. Hardcover. Large Octavo; pp ; VG-/G+; Dark yellow spine with brown text; originally published in by Riling & Lentz, Philadelphia; dust jacket has slight rubbing to exterior, slight sunning to exterior; cloth has slight sunning to exterior, minimal wear to.
Guns of the Civil War celebrates the th anniversary of the Civil War ( ) with an elegant and richly detailed history of Colt, Henry, Manhattan, Remington, Sharps, Spencer, and S&W Firearms, and guns by many other rivals and contemporaries.
This essential overview of the legendary guns and armsmakers of the Civil War era includes exquisite photography of the handguns, rifles, and /5(3). Written by Richard T. Hill. This comes with photographs, nearly 80 different makes of both longarms and handguns are graphically shown.
Easy comparison can be made of model variations through the use of clear, sharp, black-and-white enlargements. The author has compiled this book throught the help of numerous experts in the field of Confederate arms.
civil war guns, revolvers, pistols, handguns Michael Simens, a noted authority and appraiser of Civil War Guns, buys and sells original Confederate and Union Handguns used by the Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery and Navy manufactured beforewith special emphasis on Engraved, Inscribed, Identified and Presentation hand guns.
What makes this fine original gun even more special is that it was converted for Confederate use by a famous Southern gunsmith.
This is the pattern of conversion of gun that is illustrated on page of the book by Madaus and Murphy on Confederate Rifles and Carbines.
This is an original example of a confederate Model Navy type percussion revolver that was manufactured by Samuel Griswold in Griswoldville, Georgia, in May, Griswold was the largest Confederate manufacturer of handguns and produced approximately percussion revolvers between and This Second Model Revolver has a Dragoon-style octagonal barrel lug with round Brand: Griswold & Gunnison.
I do not have much knowledge about the swords, rifles, muskets, et al that you folks post about, so I do not intervene. I am totally interested about period cap and ball revolvers. I only collect replicas, but would like to find out about any owners of Confederate manufactured pistols that any.
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"An analysis in depth, by the (3) most qualified specialists on Confederate handguns, of one phase of the Confederate war effort which has never before received due recognition: the manufacture in the South & the procurement abroad of pistols & revolvers.".
Manufactured by Pietta. [ Add to Wish List ] Gun - Revolver - Navy, Steel, Uberti Cal. The Navy, produced from was the most famous of the cap-and-ball era. The 6-shot revolver has perfect balance, precise aim, and dependability. The cal Navy features a brass backstrap and trigger guard.
The barrel is 7 1/2". Confederate Colt Revolver from William Albaughs personal collection and illustrated in his book on Confederate weapons. Made by Mitchell and Tyler in Richmond, Virginia with the most spectacular carved ivory grips known to exist on a Confederate gun. A biography of Captain Gurley is included along with voluminous Confederate service records and information about the Confederate provenance of this particular Colt Navy Revolver.
All matching serial # is in the range of guns purchased by the State of Alabama or retailers such as James Conning of .The Online Books Page. presents serial archive listings for. Confederate Veteran. Confederate Veteran was a monthly magazine founded "in the interests of Confederate veterans and kindred topics", published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
(There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.). Publication History. Confederate Veteran published its first issue in That book meticulously documented arms and equipment imported by the Confederacy from Great Britain during the Civil War was released in It was during this research that Pritchard and Ashworth became aware of the heretofore unrealized importance of shotguns in operations of the Confederate Ordnance Department.