ⓘ Springfield Model 1865

                                     

ⓘ Springfield Model 1865

The Springfield Model 1865 was an early breech-loading rifle manufactured by U.S. Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts. It was a modification of the Springfield rifled musket Model 1861. It was later replaced with the Model 1866.

                                     
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  • The Springfield Model 1863 is a 58 caliber rifled musket manufactured by the Springfield Armory between 1863 and 1865 The Model 1863 was only a minor
  • correction of the location of the rear sight. Remington M1867 Springfield model 1871 Springfield rifle U.S. Patent 45, 797 The history of Remington Firearms
  • The Springfield model 1870 was one of several model trapdoor Springfields which used the trapdoor breechblock design developed by Erskine S. Allin.
  • The Springfield model 1871 rolling - block U.S. Army rifle was manufactured in 1871 72 by Springfield Armory, using the design originated by Remington Arms
  • Though a significant improvement over the extractor of the Model 1865 Springfield Rifle, the Model 1866 extractor was still excessively complicated and the
  • The Springfield Model 1869 was one of several model trapdoor Springfields which used the trapdoor breechblock design developed by Erskine S. Allin.
  • Springfield Model 1795 Musket was a 69 caliber flintlock musket manufactured in the late 18th century and early 19th century at both the Springfield
  • The Springfield Model 1855 was a rifle musket widely used in the American Civil War. It exploited the advantages of the new conical Minie ball, which
  • reasons, the Model 1842 was the last 69 caliber musket. The Army later standardized on the 58 caliber Minie Ball, as used in the Springfield Model 1855 and
  • The Springfield Model 1868 was one of several model trapdoor Springfields which used the trapdoor breechblock design developed by Erskine S. Allin.