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Confederate Government Produced Richmond Sharps Carbine:

Confederate Government Produced Richmond Sharps Carbine:

“Breechloaders and Greencoats.” The 2nd United States Sharpshooters during the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. By Dale Gallon, 1994. [[MORE]]chubachus: Elements of Hiram Berdan’s 2nd United States Sharpshooters, armed with their .52 caliber Sharps’ breechloading rifles, in their trademark green coats, engage Longstreet’s Corps. Source.

“Breechloaders and Greencoats.” The 2nd United States Sharpshooters during the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. By Dale Gallon, 1994. [[MORE]]chubachus: Elements of Hiram Berdan’s 2nd United States Sharpshooters, armed with their .52 caliber Sharps’ breechloading rifles, in their trademark green coats, engage Longstreet’s Corps. Source.

Garbed in a fringed buckskin costume this “western” poser grasps what appears to be a percussion Sharps New Model 1863 straight-breech carbine without a patchbox. The ignition system, outmoded at the time the photograph was taken circa 1885-95, suggests that the gun most likely served as a studio prop. – Courtesy Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 2003.111 –

Garbed in a fringed buckskin costume this “western” poser grasps what appears to be a percussion Sharps New Model 1863 straight-breech carbine without a patchbox. The ignition system, outmoded at the time the photograph was taken circa 1885-95, suggests that the gun most likely served as a studio prop. – Courtesy Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 2003.111 –

GUN OF THE DAY – Sharps “Big 50” Rifle Discover more about this gold standard GOTD for buffalo hunting on the plains: http://bit.ly/1GbXpHc.

GUN OF THE DAY – Sharps “Big 50” Rifle Discover more about this gold standard GOTD for buffalo hunting on the plains: http://bit.ly/1GbXpHc.

*TOM SELLECK’S SHILOH SHARPS RIFLE FROM THE MOVIE “QUIGLEY DOWN UNDER”, PROBABLY THE MOST FAMOUS MOVIE GUN IN HISTORY.

*TOM SELLECK’S SHILOH SHARPS RIFLE FROM THE MOVIE “QUIGLEY DOWN UNDER”, PROBABLY THE MOST FAMOUS MOVIE GUN IN HISTORY.

Wooden Crate Coffee Table by Olivabella on Etsy, $400.00 - Oooh Dad, this would be easy to make!

Wooden Crate Coffee Table by Olivabella on Etsy, $400.00 - Oooh Dad, this would be easy to make!

Mercedes SL

Mercedes SL

C10

C10

Confederate Whitworth Rifle In 1854 Sir Joseph Whitworth of England patented a rifle with a twisted hexagonal bore and then molded specially shaped bullets to match the .451 bore. When outfitted with a Davidson patent telescopic sight, this firearm had an effective range of 1,500 yards and could strike with deadly effect at even longer ranges. There is a great deal of difference in measurements and markings found on telescope mounted Whitworth rifles issued to the Confederate sharpshooters…

Confederate Whitworth Rifle In 1854 Sir Joseph Whitworth of England patented a rifle with a twisted hexagonal bore and then molded specially shaped bullets to match the .451 bore. When outfitted with a Davidson patent telescopic sight, this firearm had an effective range of 1,500 yards and could strike with deadly effect at even longer ranges. There is a great deal of difference in measurements and markings found on telescope mounted Whitworth rifles issued to the Confederate sharpshooters…