Original English India Pattern Brown Bess Flintlock Musket Marked to 42nd Regiment ima-usa.com

Original English India Pattern Brown Bess Flintlock Musket Marked to 42nd Regiment ima-usa.com

Brown Bess  .75 Caliber Flintlock Musket  The Brown Bess was the principal weapon used by English troops during the colonization of Indian and American territories. The smooth bore, 41 15/61 inch round barrel is made of polished steel. The buttplate, trigger guard assembly, ramrod ferrels and forend cap are highly polished brass. The lock and hammer are made of finely polished steel. The wood is European walnut with an oil finish. Weight: 8.82 lbs

Brown Bess .75 Caliber Flintlock Musket The Brown Bess was the principal weapon used by English troops during the colonization of Indian and American territories. The smooth bore, 41 15/61 inch round barrel is made of polished steel. The buttplate, trigger guard assembly, ramrod ferrels and forend cap are highly polished brass. The lock and hammer are made of finely polished steel. The wood is European walnut with an oil finish. Weight: 8.82 lbs

Bayonet from Brown Bess musket by Waterloo200, via Flickr

Bayonet from Brown Bess musket by Waterloo200, via Flickr

1742 British Long land pattern flintlock musket (Brown Bess) at the National Army Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The Long Land Pattern, commonly called the 'Brown Bess', was the standard British Army musket for most of the eighteenth century....he Brown Bess weighed about five kilograms and fired a ball weighing about 40g. It had an effective range of about 80m. Muskets were most effective when they were fired in volleys (large numbers of men all firing at the same time)."

1742 British Long land pattern flintlock musket (Brown Bess) at the National Army Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The Long Land Pattern, commonly called the 'Brown Bess', was the standard British Army musket for most of the eighteenth century....he Brown Bess weighed about five kilograms and fired a ball weighing about 40g. It had an effective range of about 80m. Muskets were most effective when they were fired in volleys (large numbers of men all firing at the same time)."

Smoke curls around the lock of a freshly fired British "Brown Bess" flintlock musket.

Smoke curls around the lock of a freshly fired British "Brown Bess" flintlock musket.

BROWN BESS “Militia & Marine” PATTERN MUSKET DATED 1759.

BROWN BESS “Militia & Marine” PATTERN MUSKET DATED 1759.

A Woodsrunner's Diary: The Brown Bess Musket.

A Woodsrunner's Diary: The Brown Bess Musket.

Military Antiques, Military Collectibles and Militaria British EIC P-1771 Third Model Brown Bess Flintlock Musket- Untouched IMA-USA.COM

Military Antiques, Military Collectibles and Militaria British EIC P-1771 Third Model Brown Bess Flintlock Musket- Untouched IMA-USA.COM

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