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"`8th Century Rifles and Muskets." Topic


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vojvoda Inactive Member23 Jan 2013 6:33 a.m. PST

I am in need of some Rifles and Muskets for the F&I war period in 25/28mm. Anyone make a spur or seperate weapons pack of these?

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James Mattes

vojvoda Inactive Member23 Jan 2013 6:34 a.m. PST

Fat fingers should be 18th century but I think most will figure it out.

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James Mattes

Personal logo Der Alte Fritz Sponsoring Member of TMP23 Jan 2013 6:43 a.m. PST

RSM and Front Rank sell separate weapons.

vojvoda Inactive Member23 Jan 2013 7:25 a.m. PST

I don't think RSM has a web presence anymore. Will check out Front Rank. I did see where Dayton painting has the line now.

What is the difference between these?

Banded Muskets
Non-banded Muskets


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James Mattes

Virginia Tory23 Jan 2013 7:48 a.m. PST

>Banded Muskets
>Non-banded Muskets

It's whether or not the barrels are held in place by bands (Charleville) or pins (Brown Bess).

I think.

Big Martin Back23 Jan 2013 7:59 a.m. PST

Yes – that's the difference.

Admiral Yi Sun Sin is my Homie23 Jan 2013 8:14 a.m. PST
Personal logo Der Alte Fritz Sponsoring Member of TMP23 Jan 2013 9:52 a.m. PST

DPC is alive and very well and it is very easy to order RSM figures from them.

The banded muskets are sturdier and more detailed than the non-banded muskets, FYI, and I use the former quite frequently.

historygamer23 Jan 2013 10:17 a.m. PST

banded muskets would be carried by the French, and the non-banded by the English and Provincial forces.

The metal fixtures on the non-banded musket (escuchten plate, butt tang, side plate, pipes, nose cap) would be brass, and the banded muskets steel.

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