Muskets and Altars Jeremy Taylor and the Last of the Anglicans by Reginald Askew

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Number of Pages222
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ISBN 100264674626
ISBN 109780264674629

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The principal infantry projectile weapon of the eighteenth century was the muzzle-loading flintlock musket. Using a complex double-ignition system, this smoothbore firearm threw a lead ball weighing about an ounce and up to three-quarters of an inch in diameter with an accuracy and rate of fire that suited the linear tactics used by western European.

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I found myself enjoying every moment of it. Innovative magic, quick-paced plot /5(52). musket (mŭs′kĭt) n. A smoothbore shoulder gun used from the late s through the early s.

[French mousquet, from Italian moschetto, moschetta, a type of crossbow, musket, from moschetto, male sparrowhawk, bolt of a crossbow, from diminutive of mosca, fly (the male of the Eurasian sparrowhawk (Accipter nisus) being so called because it is. and liturgical.

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As a title Muskets and Altars is as engaging as its subtitle, Jeremy Taylor and the Last of the Anglicans, is intriguing. The first guns to be manufactured at Harpers Ferry were the Model muskets. These were patterned after the French Model Charleville musket, and were the first standardized U.S.

martial arms. Springfield Armory also produced a Model musket, but these were distinctly different from those manufactured at Harpers Ferry. Smoothbore or rifle muskets. Smoothbore muskets have no comparison with modern day rifles.

The effective range where one could hit a man-sized target of a smoothbore is no more than 80 yards with 25–50 yards being the range where you might accurat. How inaccurate were Colonial Muskets during the American Revolution War on both sides.

Compared to the muskets and rifles that were used during later periods, like, Napoleonic Wars and American Civil War. What was the normal distance that troops during the American Revolution would fire at once against each other.

Other articles where Organ of Muskets is discussed: Springfield: The Organ of Muskets (so called for the resemblance of rifles on the double racks to organ pipes), made famous by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem “The Arsenal at Springfield,” is displayed in the museum of the Armory.

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Early Small Arms The first small arms came into general use at the end of the 14th cent. Click the link for more information. Musket a hand firearm with a matchlock.The Rifled Musket, adopted by the U.S.

Army inrepresented a significant departure from previous weapons technology. In contrast to the notoriously inaccurate and short‐ranged smoothbore musket, the rifled musket featured helical grooves running the length of the barrel that caused a bullet to spin as it left the muzzle.

The spinning projectile was less susceptible to air resistance.

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