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front Civil War musket with bayonet made by Lamson, Goodnow and Yale
In 1855 the Lamson & Goodnow Company joined with the Yale [Lock] Company to purchase the bankrupt Robbins and Lawrence Armory in Windsor, Vermont, to make guns
front Flintlock long fowler
Many militia during the American Revolution (1775-1783) carried a fowler, a light sporting gun used for hunting small game such as birds and rabbits.
front Flintlock Fowler
Their eagerness to preserve objects associated with the American Revolution led some collectors to include heirlooms like this flintlock fowler that actually post-dated the Revolution.
front Brown Bess flintlock musket
The Brown Bess musket was the standard issue weapon for English troops during the American Revolution.
front Flintlock Musket
Developed in the 17th century, flintlock muskets remained the most common firearms throughout the 18th century.
front Flintlock Musket
c. 1777
Although this musket was dug up near the site of a battle of King Philip's War (1675-76), it likely dates to the 1770's and a Revolutionary War battle.
front Springfield percussion musket
The Springfield musket was the most common weapon carried by Union soldiers during the Civil War (1861-1865).
front Bridesburg Percussion Musket
The flintlock musket of the Revolutionary War era gave way to the more modern percussion cap rifle-musket by the Civil War (1861-1865)


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