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Smith & Wesson No. 1, First Issue revolver presented to Lt. Colonel H.D. Townsend of the 1st Cavalry at Fairfax Courthouse on July 15, 1861.

Smith & Wesson No. Issue revolver presented to Lt. Townsend of the Cavalry at Fairfax Courthouse on July 1861 (pictured). Super old gun I like

A modern analysis of the Battle of Fort Pillow and a refutation of the claim of a premeditated, race-based, massacre by Forrest's Cavalry Corps, by Lieutenant Colonel (U. S. Army, ret.) Edwin L. Kennedy Jr. of the Combat Studies Institute.

A modern analysis of the Battle of Fort Pillow and a refutation of the claim of a premeditated, race-based, massacre by Forrest's Cavalry Corps, by Lieutenant Colonel (U.) Edwin L. of the Combat Studies Institute.

Here we present an historic image of Navaho Indians on Horseback Among the Black Buttes. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.    The image shows Three Navaho Indians on horseback, silhousetted against black buttes, in the dimming light of evening.    We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Here we present an historic image of Navaho Indians on Horseback Among the Black Buttes. The image shows Three Navaho Indians on horseback, silhousetted against black buttes, in the dimming light of evening.

Condiment Gun for Mustard & Ketchup

Condiment Gun for Mustard & Ketchup. We just won't let bahorel or courf near it

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Wow, like a Swiss Army knife of weapons - Apache. Actual weapon from Definitely looks steampunk.

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 REVOLVER: General William Tecumseh Sherman received this revolver as a presentation from his personal staff in 1869. The .32 rimfire S No. 2 was a popular officer's selection in the American Civil War era as it was one of the first metallic cartridge handguns.

GUN OF THE DAY – Sherman’s Smith & Wesson Our GOTD was presented to General William Tecumseh Sherman in a postwar year in which Sherman was.

My idea of Gun Control is using both hands! The 2nd Amendment is one of our absolute most important in the U.S. ♥

My idea of Gun Control is using both hands! The Amendment is one of our absolute most important in the U. - Urgent - Stop Gun Control

Front: 1861 Savage Navy, complete with Military Inspector marks, issued revolver.  Back: 1861 Uhlinger Serial #14

Front: 1861 Savage Navy, complete with Military Inspector marks, issued revolver. Back: 1861 Uhlinger Serial

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