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India pattern musket


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The massive expansion of the British army during the wars of the French Revolution and Empire, placed a severe strain on the arms manufacturing capacity of Britain. As a result, it was decided that the simplified musket in use with the East India company should be adopted to fill the gap. It had a 39” barrel (3” shorter than the Short Land pattern) and lacked the escutcheon plate at the wrist. In addition, it had only three ramrod pipes and a tailless side plate. This .75 calibre standard weapon was the mainstay of the army from 1797 until its replacement by percussion weapons in the 1830’s.
  • Model: 04-025

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 23 April, 2015.