Musket Guns of Military History - The First True Long Guns
The musket long gun was the primary weapon of choice for the average soldier during the so-called 'Gentlemen Wars' of the 1700s and 1800s.There are a total of 24 Musket Guns of Military History - The First True Long Guns 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.
From the 17th to the 19th centuries, the Blunderbuss proved a popular weapon for its intimidating appearance and ma...
The Bridesburg Model 1861 reached 5,000 production examples per month during its peak for the US government....
The Bridesburg Model 1863 was essentially the Bridesburg Model 1861 with some minor improvements....
The Brown Bess was an important part of British Empire expansion progress and served the British Army from 1722 to ...
The Colt Special Model 1861 musket was nothing more than a retooled Springfield Model 1861 manufactured on Enfield ...
The Cook & Brother Carbine of 1860 was one of the few Confederate firearms produced in the South....
The Dickson Nelson & Co Rifle was based on the flintlock Model 1814 long gun, modified to a percussion-based action...
The Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle-musket a long and healthy service career for the British Empire and others....
The Enfield Pattern 1856 was nothing more than a shorter, two-banded form of the original, full-length Pattern of 1...
Nearly 32,000 Fayetteville rifled-muskets were produced by the Confederates from 1862 until 1865....
The Model 1795 musket was the first musket to be produced in the United States, production handled by the Springfie...
The Harpers Ferry Model 1816 was the most-produced flintlock in American history - totals reaching 675,000....
The Harpers Ferry Model 1841 Mississippi Rifle saw use beginning in the Seminole Wars and continuing on into the Am...
The Harpers Ferry Model 1855 rifle-musket was produced in nearly 60,000 examples from 1857 to 1861 before the armor...
The introduction of rifling within the barrel of the Kentucky Rifle made it a more accurate musket past fifty yards...
The Model 1863 Double was an attempt by J.P. Lindsay Mfg Co to provide a dual-shot design to a single-barrel rifle ...
The Lorenz Rifle rifled musket managed its way in several European conflicts and found use as the third most quanti...
The Model 1752 became the first standardized long gun of the Spanish Army when adopted....
The Remington Model 1841 was the Remington take on the classic Model 1841 Mississippi Rifle originally produced by ...
The Springfield Model 1816 Musket lived a long and healthy service life - seeing action throughout all of the Ameri...
The Springfield Model 1842 percussion musket evolved the Model 1816 line and became the last American smoothbore mu...
The Springfield Model 1855 was found in the inventories of both the North and South during the American Civil War o...
The .58 Caliber Springfield Model 1861 musket was the first long gun to feature iron sights as standard....