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Brown Bess S260, Springfield S298, Harpers Ferry S274 Brown Bess S260, Springfield S298, Harpers Ferry S274

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Brown Bess S260 - - World Champion
The Brown Bess was the musket used by the English troops during the Empire extension and consolidation in India and America. Veteran of the Seven Years War, it was used also by Wellington during the war in the Iberian Peninsula and at Waterloo. The infantry troops of almost the entire world used it, from the European Nations allied with the English to the Mexican troops, who used it until the last battle with United States on the 13th of September 1847 at Chapultepec.
Our reproduction has a lock with the signature of the gunsmith William Grice and the date 1762, the crown and the alphabetical letters GR (Georgius Rex). The smooth bore barrel is made of steel, satin finish, the walnut stock is oil finish. Available are the bayonet and the scabbard.
Specs
Calibre -
S260 - 75 Cal
Action - Flintlock
Bore - Smooth
Barrel Length - 41 3/4"
Overall Length - 57 11/16"
Weight - 9.03 lbs, 4.1 kgs


Brown Bess Carbine - - S262
Specs

Calibre -
S262 - 75 Cal
Action - Flintlock
Bore - Smooth
Barrel Length - 30 1/2"
Overall Length - 47 1/4"
Weight - 7.93 lbs, 3.6 kgs

1795 Springfield - - S298
Inspired by the Charleville Mod.1763 musket, it was the first military gun produced in the arsenal of Springfield, Massachusetts. The War Ministry secretary, Timothy Pickering, suggested the French musket to start production with, such to use some of the parts stocked in the Springfield’s warehouses since 1794 assigned as deposits and gunsmithing for the guns repairs. The Model 1795 was produced in about 85,000 units until 1814.
Our Springfield replica rifle reproduce faithfully an original manufactured between 1799 and 1802; all the furniture are made of steel and the stock is made of walnut.
Specs
Calibre -
S298 - 60 Cal
Action - Flintlock
Bore - Smooth
Barrel Length - 44 11/16"
Overall length - 60"
Weight - 10.13 lbs, 4.67 kgs

1816 Harpers Ferry - - S274
The U.S 1816 musket was originally produced in the arsenals at Harper’s Ferry and Springfield between 1816 and 1844, taking the design from the famous 1777 French muskets. It was first produced in large quantities, in the flintlock version and later converted to percussion, to be used during the Civil War. The barrel is made of polished steel and fastened to the stock by two bands. The walnut stock is oil finished and shows the government “J.P.” proof mark.
Specs
Calibre -
S274 - 69 Cal
Action - Flintlock
Bore - Smooth
Barrel length - 41 3/4"
Overall Length - 57 1/16"
Weight - 9.7 lbs, 4.4 kgs