Springfield Model 1861 w/ Bayonet (left), standard weapon issued to Union infantry

[Derringer gun John Wilkes Booth used to assassinate Abraham Lincoln.] Artifact in the museum collection, National Park Service, Ford's Theatre National Historic Site, Washington, D.C.

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Proof that carrying a Bible with you is a good idea: Civil War Prayer Book which stopped a Bullet at the Battle of Roanoke Island, N. C. and saved the life of Private Edward R. Graton, Co. C, 25th Regt. Mass. while it was tucked inside his uniform coat breast pocket.

A Confederate arsenal

The most widely used infantry weapon in the Civil War. It was used in both the Union and Confederate armies and was praised for its range, accuracy, and reliability.

Springfield M1 Garand, Springfield M14, FN FAL, FN SCAR-17. Last three in 7.62X51mm NATO (aka .308 Winchester). The Garand is in 7.62X63mm (.30-06 US rifle).

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CONFEDERATE TOWER CARBINE AND SWORD BAYONET. BILHARZ, HALL AND CO. CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CARBINE. CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE. VIRGINIA MFG. RIFLE CONVERTED FOR USE IN CIVIL WAR From a Firearms Auction in 2001

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American Revolutionary War muskets. Would give anything to have one of these above my mantle

Weapons used by The Union during The Civil War

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Civil War Union Generals

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Genuine 1861 Springfield Musket with matched 1862 Dates: This model was made only in 1861 and 1862 at the Springfield Armory. A true Springfield Armory gun from muzzle to butt. This is the standard Union Army infantry weapon of the Civil War.

On exhibit at The Gettysburg Museum of History. A Civil War Colt Army Revolver left on the kitchen table of the Pfeffer Farm during the battle of Gettysburg. The Pfeffer family fled with their animals like many farmers in Gettysburg to keep the horses from being taken by the Confederates. When they returned they found their farm looted and ransacked. On their table was this working pistol left by the fleeing soldiers. This gun has been in the hands of the Pfeffer decedents ever since. The cu...

Confederate Weapons Model 1832 Foot Artillery Sword: Issued to artillerymen. Based on the Roman gladius. Model 1832 Dragoon Saber: Issued to the US Cavalry. An engraved version was privately purchased by senior officers. Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber: Issued to mounted artillery. Model 1840 Army Noncommissioned Officers' Sword Issued to infantry sergeants. The Marines had their own version.

nazi soldier standard posesions: a Luger P08 (Parabellum) pistol , bullets , "soldier's book" and a nazi pin

Tear Catcher - During the American Civil War, soldiers on both sides often left their wives an ornate bottle in which to store their tears. If the man survived battle, the stored moisture was an indicator of his wife’s devotion and love. If he didn’t make it back, the bottle would be set in a place of honor.