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The British Soldier"s Firearm
C. H. Roads
March 1996 by R & R Books .
Written in English
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The book has pages of text including plates of black and white photographs of firearms and there are no marks or inscriptions.
The origins of the modern British military rifle are within its The British Soldiers Firearm book the Brown Bess a musket was largely inaccurate over 80 yards, due to a lack of rifling and a generous tolerance to allow for muzzle-loading, it was cheaper to produce and could be loaded use in volley or in mass firing by troops meant that rate of fire took precedence over accuracy.
The British military used a very large, smoothbore musket from about until the middle of the 19th century. Although there existed several patterns and slightly different types, the standard shoulder arm of the British army during this period was a caliber, smoothbore military flintlock musket.
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THE BRITISH SOLDIER’S FIREARM FROM SMOOTHBORE TO SMALLBORE by Dr. C.H. Rhodes. Everything you need to know about the English pattern muskets, ammunition and accessories for British soldiers. A wonderful reference for the study of English military arms of the time period.
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A heavily illustrated guide to pistols, carbines, rifles, and muskets carried by British soldiers sent to North America in the s. With detailed descriptions of all hardware, markings, and measurements this book provides a system for identifying these firearms.
A excellent book for those interested in Brown Bess Muskets. has tear to cover. It all started a couple of months ago. I had posted a musket and among the comments was the suggestion from Adrian that I refer to page such and such in C.S.
Roads, The British Soldiers Firearm. You see, I didn't have it. This was apparently a bigger gaff than my usual, almost daily gaffs.
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Title: The British Soldier's Firearm Price: £ Year: Edition: 1st Edn, Publisher: Herbert Jenkins Summary: pages, well illustrated from photographs, bookplate to front paste down, vg in dj.
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