American Civil War, Books, British Weapons
Firepower from Abroad by Wiley Sword
Firepower from Abroad: The Confederate Enfield and the LeMat Revolver by Wiley Sword
The British-made Enfield rifle was so valued by the South during the Civil War that blockade runners cargoed shipments right up to the last days of the great rebellion. Another weapon with strong historical attachments to the South was the technically remarkable LeMat revolver. Carefully chronicled is the story of just how these weapons reached the Confederate market. A classic of Confederate arms history and a key guide on this topic.
- 120 pages
- 7″ x 9.5″
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