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Guns of the War of Secession Guns of the War of Secession 1861-1865 Presented by the Friends of the James Farm and Clay County Historical Sites
Introduction Kevin B. Makel Bryan Ivlow Friends of the james Farm www.jessejames.org
Special Thanks! Clay County Historical Sites Bryan Ivlow Collection Thomas J. key CamP 1920 Sons of Confederate veterans ShaWnee, Kansas
Black Powder Explosive! Granulations F to FFFF Rifles use ff Revolvers use fff
Black Powder Residue
Percussion Caps Rifle Caps Cap Tins Paper cartridge box
Types of Cap & Ball Revolvers
Percussion Rifles 1861 Springfield 1853 Enfield
Percussion Breach loaders Sharps Rifle and Carbine
Cartridge rifles Henry Rifle Henry Cartridges
Cartridge Rifles Spencer Cartridges
Miscellany Percussion Shotgun Smoothbore Percussion Muskets PercussionBoot Pistols
National Geographic Channel America's Lost Treasures: Kansas City (August 15) A gun supposedly owned by Jesse James.. Featuring Bryan Ivlow!
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Evolution on the Battlefront: Military Technology Over Time By: Kenneth A. Gavin American Institute for History Education Prepared for Jersey City (NJ)
Firearms and Cartridges
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GUNSHOT WOUNDS FIREARM INJURIES. FIREARMS Smoothbore ie Shotguns ---fire mass of pellets Rifled weapons ie Handguns & Rifles--- fire bullets Airguns—pistols.
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By: Raul Martinez. Components of a bullet The Term “Bullet” is commonly used to describe the cartridge, when in fact, it actually only refers to the.
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Rifle Cartridge SHOW ALL HIDE ALL A A B B C C D D E E.
Pistol Cartridge Diagram SHOW ALL HIDE ALL A A B B C C D D E E.
Pistol: 10 Rifle: 10 Shotgun: 4+ Description: Stage 1 1.When ready, shout: “ ” and TBWS 2.At the beep: Starting Position: Standing Location: Pistol: Holstered.
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