Deal of the days
Springfield rifles, manufactured at the namesake Springfield Armory in Massachusetts, belonged to the standard weaponry of American troops.
Often, these weapons used a bayonet for approximate combat, which was comparable in length...
Zouave bayonet, with hem
The Zouave rifle, previously produced by the Remington Arms Company in Ilion, New York, under contract with the U.S. government, was a rifle that was highly sought after for its manpower and improved...