2 edition of Military breech-loading small arms found in the catalog.
Military breech-loading small arms
Vivian Derin Majendie
Reprinted from the Journal of the United Service Institution, 1867.
|Statement||by Captain V.D. Majendie.|
|LC Classifications||U897.G7 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||67076834|
Between and , Frederic Prince patented no less than eight improvements to small arms ranging from actions to manufacturing processes and even improvements in metallurgy. Prince was a gunmaker working in London, for a time in partnership with William Green with premises on New Bond Street. Books include: "Abridgements of the Patent Specifications relating to Fire-Arms " "Small Arms and Ammunition " by Lewis; "Antique Firearms"; "US Military Small Arms " by Reilly; "US Military Carbines" by McAulay; "Carbines of the US Cavalry " by McAulay; "Civil War Firearms" by Bilby; "Antique Guns" by.
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Military historian Hallahan describes how, from the Revolutionary War to the present, the U.S. Army has resisted adopting appropriate and much-needed small arms. This unhappy situation is typified in his account of President Lincoln's struggle to introduce the breech-loading rifle into the Union Army despite the obstructionist tactics of his powerful chief of Military breech-loading small arms book.
About the Author Edward Hull is a long time student of the history of the development of breechloading firearms of the mid s.
He has authored three books and over 50 magazine articles on various common and rare collectors arms. He is a retired aerospace engineer and a retired Air Force combat pilot.5/5(3). This book provides collectors and arms historians with extensive new information on the production and international use of the Roberts breechloader and its cartridges.
"I highly recommend Roberts Breechloading Firearms as a significant work on a little-known weapons system of the Civil. American Breech-Loading Small ArmsGatling Gun, Cartridges $ - Pages; American Duck, Goose and Brant Shooting $ - Pages; American Inventions and Improvements In Breech-Loading Small Arms, Heavy Ordinance and other Munitions of War $ - Pages.
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Publication date Topics Pages: The History & Development of Small Arms Ammunition, Volume One, G. Hoyem, An 8 1/2”x11” case bound, page book illustrating and describing cartridges from the flintlock, percussion muzzleloaders and breechloaders through the military rim fire worldwide, along with photographs and drawings of the firearms that fired them.
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Army Major Thomas Ehrhart looks closely at this issue and provides reasonable and actionable steps to address this issue in the near term, not in as is.
The HBSA is the primary body for collecting, researching, preserving, shooting, and all aspects of historical breech loading small arms within the United Kingdom. As well as advising on care and conservation, and acting as a forum for the exchange of information, the HBSA pursues the study of historical smallarms through a combination of.
So, you will be able to enjoy the books as they were originally intended. CONTENTS THE STORY OF THE GUNS () A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GUNS AND SHOOTING () A DESCRIPTION OF THE SIGHTS OR INSTRUMENTS FOR POINTING GUNS () A TREATISE ON ORDNANCE AND ARMOR () AMERICAN INVENTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS IN BREECH-LOADING AMERICAN SMALL ARMS Seller Rating: % positive.
During the American Civil War, an assortment of small arms found their way onto the the muzzle-loading percussion cap rifle was the most numerous weapon, being standard issue for the Union and Confederate armies, many other firearms, ranging from the single-shot breech-loading Sharps and Burnside rifles to the Spencer and the Henry rifles, two of the world's first repeating.
Breech-loading swivel guns were invented in the 14th century. They were a particular type of swivel gun, and consisted in a small breech-loading cannon equipped with a swivel for easy rotation, loaded by inserting a mug-shaped chamber already filled with powder and projectiles. The breech-loading swivel gun had a high rate of fire, and was especially effective in anti-personnel roles.
Bibliography of books on Cartridges or Ammunition. Compiled by Jonathan Uhlman(updated December ) An explanatory note: This bibliography for the most part focuses upon ‘Primarily Cartridge Oriented’ works, and leaves many works where Cartridges are secondary or tertiary to the work off the attempt made to list each edition of a work, such as “Cartridges of the World”.
Papers by Dr. Roads in the Journal of the Historical Breech-loading Small-arms Association .pdf downloads). William Ellis Metford; brief biography; introduction to the Metford Letters.
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Arms Collectors' Reference Books **NEW ADDITION** - HISTORY OF MODERN US MILITARY SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION REFERENCE BOOKS - An absolutely essential series of books for anyone interested in U.S. military small arms ammunition since Virtually every regular and experimental round from rimfire through BMG plus Trench Gun and several other oddball.
After the muzzle-loading arms collected upon the field of Antietam, had shown the necessity of adopting for general military work a breech-loading system which would not allow overloading, after the Austro-Prussian war had demonstrated the superiority of breech loading small arms, and after the perfecting of metallic ammunition had rendered breech-loading entirely practical, the United States.
Small arms are the firearms carried by individual soldiers. During the American Civil War () small arms consisted of an incredible variety of muskets, rifles, carbines, revolvers, and even shotguns.
Small arms, in the hands of both Union and Confederate soldiers, accounted for half of the war'skilled and wounded. Formerly the difficulty of loading pieces with small bores prevented the use of small calibres in military arms; but the general introduction of breech-loaders, in which small calibres can be loaded as easily and quickly as large ones, has caused the advantages of small calibres with cylindrical bullets to be recognized, and the calibres of all breech-loading military small arms manufactured within the.
the best new breech-loading designs. During the fair hosted by the American Institute of New York inBethel Burton was awarded a metal for â€œthe best breech-loading rifle.â€ Bethel Burton was also active in the United States, attempting to get his design accepted by the military.
The second post-war, U.S. Army Small Arms Board was the.The first book solely about this weapon to be published in English and a valuable resource which represented a major leap forward in small arms design and established it as a forerunner of all modern breech marking a move away from muzzle-loading weapons and heralding the modern era of bolt-action, breech-loading, military rifles.Home > Books > Antique Firearms > European Military Arms.
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