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    • Bayonet

    • Bayonets
    • The bayonet consists of a slender, triangular shaped blade that tapers to a point. A curved portion extends from the larger end of the blade forming an open ring or socket. The slender spike-shaped weapon is designed to fit on the muzzle of a...
    • Plains rifle

    • Rifles; Firearms
    • This muzzle-loading plains rifle has a .45 caliber octagonal barrel with the ramrod intact. The gun has the original flintlock, set triggers, conversion and barrel. Plains rifles saw heavy use by emigrants bound for California and Oregon during the...
    • Double barrel rifle

    • Rifles; Firearms
    • Both sides of the barrel rib of this muzzle-loading rifle are engraved "W. Richards." It is double barreled with a wooden ramrod beneath the barrels. Both crosshatching and decorative designs mark the barrels and stock, with the inscription "fine...
    • Spencer repeating rifle

    • Rifles; Firearms
    • This Spencer repeating rifle is a manually operated lever-action, repeating weapon with the inscription "Richards" on both sides of the gun. It has double barrels with two levers for the cocking trigger. It has a wooden ramrod under the barrels and...
    • Civil War rifle

    • Rifles; Firearms
    • One of the most popular guns of the Civil War was this type of muzzle-loading rifle with an attached bayonet. The long rifle has a metal barrel and trigger mechanism. The wooden rifle stock is inscribed with the name Dotson.

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