British Pattern 1842 .76 Caliber Enfield Percussion Musket 39" round barrel with British proofs and "1844 Enfield" stamped at the breech. Lock marked with "V.R." and "1847 Enfield", tight crisp action. Metal exhibits a dark undisturbed patina with scattered light pitting and heavy pitting at the breech. Brass fittings uncleaned.
1842 Springfield Musket -.69 Cal Smoothbore R184200 $1,169.00 Used during the 19th century, the 1842 was the last US smoothbore rifle. It was the first US musket to be produced with a percussion lock and was superior to the flintlock since it was more reliable and resistant to weather.
The rifle also may be loaded from the top, with five-round clips, without removing the magazine. To load in this manner, pull the bolt back, insert the rounds, then allow the bolt to slide forward. Turn the safety rearward. The rifle is then ready for either semiautomatic or automatic fire, depending on the setting of the change lever.
Adopted in 1847, the percussion Cavalry Musketoon was actually an attenuated version of the excellent U.S. Model 1842 Musket. Manufactured at Springfield Armory, the 1847 was handsome and made to...
the 1839 or the Pattern 1842 smooth bore musket(1850s productions of 1842 pattern had rifled barrels added). By the end of 1853, the Enfield Rifled musket as approved by the War Department for the army and was put into production. In 1854 the political situation deteriorated and on March 27th Britain, along with France, declared war
The Infanteriegewehr Modell 1842 (English: Infantry rifle, type 1842) was one of the first standardised service rifles used by the Swiss armed forces. It was introduced in 1842 as a result of a decision by...
Da Enfield-riflen ble introdusert, var både glattborde perkusjonsmusketter (Modell 1839 Muskett, i praksis en Brown Bess bygget om til perkusjonslås og Modell 1842 Musket) og tidlige rifler som Modell 1851 Minié-rifle i bruk. Enfieldriflen var ment som en nytt standardvåpen for å erstatte dem alle og gjøre forsyninger enklere.
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When Eli Whitney Blake took over management of the Harpers Ferry Armory in 1842, he set about tooling up under his new contract from the U.S. government for making the model 1841 percussion rifle.