Civil War Firearms: Their Historical Background and Tactical Use and Modern Collecting and Shooting

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  • Civil War Firearms - Their Historical Background, Tactical Use and Modern Collecting and Shooting *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments 9
  • Introduction 11
  • Chapter I - Smoothbores 15
  • Chapter II - The Rifle-Musket 41
  • Chapter III - Sharpshooters 103
  • Chapter IV - Breech-Loading Carbines 129
  • Chapter V - Sixguns—and Some Cold Steel 157
  • Chapter VI - Repeaters 187
  • Supply and Information Sources for Civil War Shooters 221
  • Notes 227
  • Bibliography 237
  • General Index 247
  • Firearms Index 251
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