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Small Arms from 1800 to 1809

Heading into the 1800s, the Flintlock action was still the principle method for actuating guns and would remain so for the foreseeable future.

Small Arms from 1800 to 1809

Heading into the 1800s, the Flintlock action was still the principle method for actuating guns and would remain so for the foreseeable future.

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There are a total of 3 Small Arms from 1800 to 1809 in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. This listing also includes other small arms of the period such as hand grenades, infantry mortars, and related man-portable systems.





#1
1801
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Baker Rifle (Baker Infantry Rifle)
Baker Rifle (Baker Infantry Rifle)
Muzzle-Loading Service Rifle
#2
1803
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Harpers Ferry Model 1803
Harpers Ferry Model 1803
Flintlock Muzzle-Loading Rifle
#3
1805
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Harpers Ferry Model 1805
Harpers Ferry Model 1805
Flintlock Pistol