5 edition of Breech-loading carbines of the United States Civil War period found in the catalog.
|Statement||from original drawings made by John Pitman.|
|LC Classifications||UD390 .P47 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||87070171|
Following the Civil War, Morse unsuccessfully sued the United States for royalties on the breech loaders they had built or purchased. His lawsuit demanded five dollars for each of over , arms that he thought infringed on his pre-war patents. An understanding of Civil War small arms and ammunition requires knowledge of a number of technical terms, covered in the glossary at the end of the essay. Springfield Armory and Small Arms Production. By , the United States was in the middle of an industrial revolution. Mass production was beginning to leave its indelible mark on American.
Breech Loading Carbines of the United States Civil War Period. Plum, William R. The Military Telegraph During the Civil War in the United States, an Exposition of ancient and Modern Means of Communications, and of the Federal and Confederate Cipher Systems, Also a Running Account of the War between the States, two volumes. Chicago, Illinois. Quite simple, the slots are part of a hollow set screw that holds the firing pin in place. Very good detail drawings of the gun are in the book, Breech - loading carbines of the United States civil war period by John Pitman. I bought mine on Amazon. S&S Firearms have original firing pins for .
Caliber Joslyn Breech Loading Carbine used in Battle during the Civil War. The Pitman Notes on U. S. Martial Small Arms & Ammunition, Breech-Loading Carbines of the United States Civil War Period: John Pitman: Books - or: John Pitman.
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A great book for advanced collectors of Civil War arms. This book is comprised of detailed drawings of these carbines. Often photographs don't show the detail required to authenticate these pieces, or follow the improvements made during their period of service.
It was a great gift for my collctor buddy.4/5(1). The Burnside Breech Loading Carbines (AMI monograph series) Second Printing Edition Civil War Courier, June 1, Illustrated model-by-model history Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase/5(8).
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THE BURNSIDE BREECH LOADING CARBINES A MODEL-BY- NODEL HISTORICAL/TECHNICAL EXAMINATION OF ONE OF THE MOST WIDELY USED CAVALRY WEAPONS OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR BASED UPON IMPORTANT AND PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH BY EDWARD A. HULL FIRST EDITION MINT CONDITION BOOK This is a brand new, unread, pristine condition book.
Original, Sharp, Bright, Clean, Solidly Bound, New Book Seller Rating: % positive. Price Comparison - - Breechloading Carbines of the United States Civil War Period. Breech-loading rifles was the weapon that ultimately changed and revolutionized warfare.
The Civil War is called the "first modern war" for many reasons; one of these reasons is because of breech-loading rifles. Breech-loading rifles loaded their bullets at the back of the gun.
Breech-loading Carbines of the United States Civil War Period by John Pitman. Armory Publications, Hardcover. Good. Spine tight and intact with slight bumps top and bottom. Covers with moderate wear - dust jacket wit moderate shelf wear and slight tears along edges - nothing major - loose back flap.
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Approximately1 st Model Maynard Carbine/Rifles were manufactured in & caliber from Carbines had 20” barrels while rifles had 26” barrels. Through October Maynard & Company sold about of the carbines to the civilian market, unfortunately for Maynard his patented weapon didn’t share the same reputation as the Sharps Carbine.
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Joined #1 Does anyone have a nice resolution photo plus any historical info ot share. I saved the photos. Fertility of invention bloomed in fitting out the Northern cavalry.
By war’s end, so many as 44 different breech-loading carbines could be presented to the Ordnance Department for test. Several—the Henry, the Spencer—were old favorites. Others were known by the names of the men who presented them, but reflected the workings of large contractors (Wolcott, of Starr Arms, and E.
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.
Carbines of the Civil Warby John D. McAulay. The Plains Rifle, by Charles E. Hanson, Jr. The Pitman Notes on U.S. Martial Small Arms ans Ammuition Volume One Breech-loading Carbines of the United States Civil War Period From Original Materials Drawn and.
The History Buff’s Guide to the Civil War: The Best, the Worst, the Largest, and the Most Lethal Top Ten Rankings of the Civil War. Nashville, TN: Cumberland House Publishing, Fox, William F. Regimental Losses in the American Civil War. Albany, NY: Albany Publishing Company, There were many guns that had permeated the battlefields of the American Civil War ().
Muskets and rifles and those designs in-between were encountered throughout the various campaigns. War also meant good business for gunmakers and this thrust a myriad of manufacturers and designs into the fold as any and all small arms were required.
This exhaustively researched book covers the entire crucial period stretching from the beginning of the Civil War to the end of the cavalry carbine era in These carbines, and the men that carried them on horseback, played pivotal roles in some of the most exciting episodes in American history, including the War Between the States, the.
Get this from a library! Burnside breech loading carbines, [Edward A Hull].In the end, the Burnside Carbine was only rivaled by the Spencer and Sharps types as the most important and quantitative carbine of the American Civil War.
The Burnside Carbine was used by both sides in the conflict - a testament to its quality design and engineering. The Burnside Carbine made use of the breech-loading concept.The Smith’s Patent Carbine, as a single shot, breech loading, percussion caliber, was one of the most important Federal Cavalry carbines of the Civil War.
Production of these carbines was almost entirely consumed by government contracts. A total of approximat Smith Carbines were purchased by the United States during the Civil War.