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Cartridges for breech-loading rifles

A. Mattenheimer

Cartridges for breech-loading rifles

a contribution to firearms instruction

by A. Mattenheimer

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Published by Armory Publications in Oceanside, Calif., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cartridges -- History -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. Mattenheimer ; translated from the German by Robert A. Hoyem ; edited by Manfred H. Beutter and George A. Hoyem.
    ContributionsBeutter, Manfred H., Hoyem, George A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS538 .M2913 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41, vii, 35 p. :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2195507M
    ISBN 100939683059
    LC Control Number89015027
    OCLC/WorldCa19921726

    The rifle with its breech closed (left) and open (right) At least four rifles (with some differences in design between them) were provided for testing, the War Office’s April Report on Breech Loading Arms found that three of the rifles submitted were shorter than the required length while a fourth was too long – with the maximum overall length allowed being 51 inches. African Hunter Magazine Hunter's Guide to Classic African Cartridges book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Since the invention o Pages:

    The strengths of a lever-action or pump-action rifle (at least compared to other rifles of the 19th century) is rate of fire and user-friendliness. The design of a lever- or pump-action is so simple and intuitive that any idiot can learn to shoot. Birmingham was a renowned manufacturing centre by the 18th century and the city rapidly grew into the primary industrial centre of the Midlands. An account of Birmingham's heyday of heavy industry is recorded and the story is brought up to date with the story of the decline of heavy industry and Price: $

    Developed from the Volcanic carbines by Tyler Henry, inventor of the cartridge, in , this replica would be the pride of its innovator and namesake. Originally there were around rifles produced. This rifle can be loaded in eight to ten seconds with fifteen cartridges that . Jan 04,  · In all, only about 1, New Model carbines and rifles were produced, chambered for early cartridges like the Sharps and Government. That production also included about sporting rifles that would set the stage for the famous Model Rifle, which became the favored gun of the professional buffalo hunter.


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A breechloader describes a firearm in which the cartridge or shell is inserted or loaded into a chamber integral to the rear portion of a barrel. Modern mass production firearms are breech-loading (though mortars are generally muzzle-loaded), except that which are intended specifically by design to be muzzle-loaders to be legal for certain types of hunting.

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Breech-Loading and Metallic Cartridges. Breechloaders Since the dawn of black powder, gunmakers have explored ways of loading firearms from the opposite—and significantly closer!—end of. Cartridges for Breech-Loading Rifles: A Contribution to Firearms Instruction [A.

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Mattenheimer. Published in by Armory Publications Oceanside. ISBN Authors: Manfred H. Beutter, A. Mattenheimer, George A. Hoyem. Cartridges For Breech-loading Rifles,Capt.

Mattenheimer Bavarian Infantry. An English translation by Robert A. Hoyem of “Die Patronen der Rűckladungs – Gewehre” with the original text in German at the back.

A 7 ¼”x10 ¼” case bound book of 80. Other European powers adopted breech-loading military rifles from towith paper instead of metallic cartridge cases. The original Eley-Boxer cartridge case was made of thin-coiled brass—occasionally these cartridges could break apart and jam the breech with the unwound remains of the case upon firing.

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Books Book 1) The Pitman Notes on U. Martial Small Arms and Ammunition, U. Breech-Loading Rifles and Carbines, Cal. 45 Sixgun Cartridges and Loads: A Manual Covering the Selection, Use and Loading of the Most Suitable and Popular Revolver Cartridges Cartridges of the.

Bibliography of books on Cartridges or Ammunition. Compiled by Jonathan Uhlman(updated December ) An explanatory note: This bibliography for the most part focuses upon ‘Primarily Cartridge Oriented’ works, and leaves many works where Cartridges are secondary or tertiary to the work off the theslopelounge.com attempt made to list each edition of a work, such as “Cartridges of the World”.

These bullets and cartridges also work wonderfully in the "Mauser" Vereinsgewehr, and thecal bullet can be used without a paper patch in any caliber rifle like the M "Mississippi" rifle. Click here for more details on our Lorenz bullets and cartridges.

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Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. Case Springfield Armory NHS, US NPS. Single Shot Breechloaders. ALLIN CONVERSION As muzzleloaders became dirty from firing, they became increasingly difficult to load. The bullet would frequently jam half way down the barrel and the soldier would attempt to fire the bullet out – an almost guaranteed way to damage the weapon of blow it up.

Genius of Springfield. Springfield Armory NHS, US NPS While the barrels of these rifles were perfectly good, technological advance represented by breech-loading rifles firing metallic cartridges, had been put aside while the Nation faced its crisis.

With the conclusion of the war the government decided to convert the muzzleloaders into. also previewed the importance of breech-loading rifles. For more than a century, soldiers carrying muzzle-loaders had been issued paper cartridges containing the musket ball and an appropriate powder charge.

To use one of these cartridges, they simply bit off the end of the paper tube, poured a little powder into Read More; rifles. About this book: THE MATCH, or as it is sometimes called, the Schuetzen, rifle was popular in this country up until about A lapse of interest followed till after World War It when returning service-men brought back with them many fine Schuetzen rifles from Europe, and revived interest in the breech-loading single-shot theslopelounge.com Rating: % positive.

Armi Sport Sharps' Rifles and Carbines. All of the Armi Sport Sharps Rifles and Carbines are made on C & C machinery using a CAD program which results in better fitting parts (wood-metal, metal-metal). The firing chamber sleeve is removable for cleaning, as is the face of the breach block.

While Jones’ claim of firing the first shot would prove arguable, his weapon of choice, the Sharps carbine, signified a growing revolution in small arms theslopelounge.com Sharps carbines and the Sharps rifles, invented by Christian Sharps and manufactured by Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company, would become legends for the roles they played in.

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From the earliest times inventors have utilized the revolving barrel or chamber principle in order to effect a repeating firearm, but in nearly all cases the rotation of the fresh chamber. Jun 27,  · A breech-loading weapon is a firearm in which the cartridge or shell is inserted or loaded into a chamber integral to the rear portion of a barrel.

Modern mass production firearms are breech. Oct 25,  · The Dreyse rifle was also the first breech-loading rifle to use the bolt action to open and close the chamber, executed by turning and pulling a bolt handle. The gun was the invention of the gunsmith Johann Nikolaus von Dreyse (), who, beginning inhad conducted multiple experiments, and in produced the complete needle-gun.

Jul 07,  · Among the first breech-loading rifles was one invented by Major Patrick Ferguson, an officer in Washington’s Revolutionary Army. It was one of the first to be loaded at the breech and could be loaded and fired six times in a minute. Ferguson, a Scotsman, demonstrated the rifle that bore his name in June, His latest book is ’s.Oct 28,  · Morse’s patent drawing of his breech loading design.

Morse submitted his design to the US government and the Ordnance Department appropriated money to convert up to 2, rifles. The money ran out after fewer than 60 had been produced with another partially complete. and the guns were issued with a unique ammunition belt that.Feb 03,  · Carbine was manufactured by Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Connecticut, serial numbers for the "New Model " generally run 30, to 75, some overlap with other models, early production about 3, manufactured with .