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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.

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.

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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.





#1
1720
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Blunderbuss
Blunderbuss
Short-Barreled, Short-Ranged Musket
#2
1861
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Bridesburg Model 1861
Bridesburg Model 1861
Rifle Musket
#3
1863
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Bridesburg Model 1863
Bridesburg Model 1863
Rifle Musket
#4
1722
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the British Land Pattern Musket (Brown Bess)
British Land Pattern Musket (Brown Bess)
Muzzle-Loading Service Musket
#5
1861
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Colt Special Model 1861
Colt Special Model 1861
Musket Long Gun
ADVERTISEMENTS
#6
1860
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Cook & Brother Carbine
Cook & Brother Carbine
Musket Rifle
#7
1862
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Dickson Nelson & Co Rifle
Dickson Nelson & Co Rifle
Percussion Smoothbore Rifle Musket
#8
1853
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Enfield Pattern 1853
Enfield Pattern 1853
Rifle-Musket Long Gun
#9
1856
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Enfield Pattern 1856
Enfield Pattern 1856
Rifle-Musket Long Gun
#10
1862
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Fayetteville Model 1862
Fayetteville Model 1862
Rifled-Musket Percussion Long Gun
#11
1795
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Harpers Ferry / Springfield Model 1795
Harpers Ferry / Springfield Model 1795
Musket
#12
1816
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Harpers Ferry Model 1816
Harpers Ferry Model 1816
Flintlock Musket / Percussion Cap Rifle
#13
1841
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Harpers Ferry Model 1841 (Mississippi Rifle)
Harpers Ferry Model 1841 (Mississippi Rifle)
Rifled-Musket Percussion Cap Long Gun
#14
1857
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Harpers Ferry Model 1855
Harpers Ferry Model 1855
Percussion Rifle-Musket
#15
1730
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Kentucky Rifle (Deckard Rifle / Longrifle / Pennsylvania Rifle)
Kentucky Rifle (Deckard Rifle / Longrifle / Pennsylvania Rifle)
Muzzle-Loading Musket
#16
1863
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Lindsay Model 1863 U.S. Double Rifle
Lindsay Model 1863 U.S. Double Rifle
Twin-Shot Musket Long Gun
#17
1854
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Lorenz Model 1854 / Model 1862 (Lorenz Rifle)
Lorenz Model 1854 / Model 1862 (Lorenz Rifle)
Rifled Musket Long Arm
#18
1752
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Model 1752 (Spanish)
Model 1752 (Spanish)
Muzzle-Loaded Service Musket
#19
1850
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Remington Model 1841 (Mississippi Rifle)
Remington Model 1841 (Mississippi Rifle)
Muzzle-Loaded Rifled-Musket
#20
1816
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Springfield Model 1816
Springfield Model 1816
Muzzle-Loaded, Single-Shot Flintlock / Percussion Musket
#21
1844
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Springfield Model 1842
Springfield Model 1842
Muzzle-Loaded Musket / Rifle
#22
1856
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Springfield Model 1855
Springfield Model 1855
Muzzle-Loaded, Single-Shot Rifle-Musket
#23
1861
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Springfield Model 1861
Springfield Model 1861
Rifled Musket
#24
1857
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Whitworth Rifle
Whitworth Rifle
Percussion Lock Rifled Musket