4 edition of The Rifle In War found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
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A good book which challenges conventional wisdom about the effectiveness of rifles on Civil War battlefields, "The Rifle Musket in Civil War Combat" is a must read for anyone interested in Civil War (or 19th Century) tactics, sniping / military marksmanship, or the evolution of infantry equipment and tactics/5.
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The book captures never told 5/5. 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.
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The Winchester's technological family tree runs through the Henry Rifle, used during the Civil War, and on back toThe Rifle In War book inventor Walter Hunt patented the Volition Repeating Rifle. The Civil War's single-shot, muzzle-loading musket revolutionized warfare-or so we've been told for years.
Noted historian Earl J. Hess forcefully challenges that claim, offering a new, clear-eyed, and convincing assessment of the rifle musket's actual performance on the battlefield and its impact on the course of the Civil War.
Many contemporaries were impressed with the new 4/5(2). The Whitworth rifle was an English-made rifled musket used in the latter half of the 19th century.A single-shot muzzleloader with excellent long-range accuracy for its era, especially when used with a telescopic sight, the Whitworth rifle was widely regarded as the world's first sniper rifle.
The Whitworth rifle saw extensive use with the Confederate sharpshooters in the American Civil Used by: Confederate States of America. Japanese small arms, while less sophiscated than those of her adversaries in World War II, still served their intended purposes well.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eames, Henry E. (Henry Edgar). Rifle in war. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.: U.S. Cavalry Association, © (Press of Ketcheson. Reprint of edition. This classic work on sniping is considered the first and some say the most influential book in print about sniping and the art of being a military sniper on the battlefield.
McBride's book was seminal in the /5(5). The Whitworth rifle was, arguably, the first long-range sniper rifle in military history. This innovative rifle was designed by Sir Joseph Whitworth, a famed British engineer and an effort to overcome the weaknesses of the British infantry rifle (the Pattern Enfield), Whitworth began working on his new design in A rifle is a single-person portable, long-barrelled firearm designed for accurate shooting, with a barrel that has a helical pattern of grooves ("rifling") cut into the bore keeping with their focus on accuracy, rifles are typically designed to be held with both hands and braced via a firm buttstock against the shooter's shoulder for stability during shooting.
Lucky were the soldiers armed with the–40 Krag-Jorgensen, but many Americans fought with the antiquated Trapdoor Springfield.
The Spanish-American war was a. The first pattern was known as the Type 30 rifle (the 30 comes from the A.D., which was the 30th year of the Emperor Meiji), and this was updated following the Russo-Japanese War in The.
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A rifle is usually classified on the basis of the type of action it employs and on the size or calibre of ammunition it fires.
Calibre is the diameter of the bore in inches or millimetres, and the full title of a rifle gives other information; e.g., means a rifle with a bore diameter of inch ( mm) and a cartridge case designed to hold 30 grains (2 grams) of powder.
The advancements of the Henry Rifle wrought had an immediate impact and the gun almost instantly left its mark on the pages of history. Though never formally adopted nor widely used (maybe around 7, saw action), the round, inch barreled repeater developed mythical stature in the American Civil War, out-gunning anything it met on the : Elwood Shelton.
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Note: Most commonly used rifle by Union cavalry in carbine version. Civil War Rifles Spencer Rifle (#2 Carbine) Type: Breechloader(magazine fed-lever action) Designer:Christopher Spencer,USA Caliber Rimfire. Note: This 7 shot magazine fed repeater changed the war for the Union Cavalrymen.
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British soldiers of the time were equipped with smooth bore muskets that forced them to get close to a large group of enemy soldiers and "volley" into the crowd, hoping to hit a target. Next to his bayonet, the service rifle proved a soldier's best friend in the bloody trenches of World War 1. There are a total of 33 WW1 Service Rifles () in the Military Factory.
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The first true sniper rifle is generally thought to be the British Whitworth rifle invented in by Sir Joseph Whitworth, under commission from the British War Department. It was a single-shot muzzle-loaded 45 caliber percussion-fired rifle with an accurate range out to 2, yards.
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