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Lancaster, who manufactured four barrel rifles, pistols, and shotguns, produced this .440 bore or 28 gauge piece offering double the firepower of a standard side-by-side. Charles Lancaster started as a barrel maker in London's Drury Lane in 1811, producing barrels for Joseph Manton and others. By 1826, his firm had moved to 151 New Bond Street and had received a royal appointment to Albert the Prince Consort.

Lancaster, who manufactured four barrel rifles, pistols, and shotguns, produced this bore or 28 gauge piece offering double the firepower of a standard side-by-side. Charles Lancaster started as a barrel maker in London’s Drury Lane in producin

Colt Single Action Army Tiffany & Co. Revolver, (popularly known as a Third Generation Colt Single Action Revolver), 1985. Robert M. Lee Collection

Tiffany & Co. Arms from the Robert M. See more from the collection here. Top Photo: Colt Single Action Army Tiffany & Co. Revolver, popularly known as a Third Generation Colt Single Action Army.

FDE Noveske Carbine

FDE Noveske carbine with a Leupold scope, and Gear Sector sling. The bipod is from Bobro, the scope mount is Knight& Armament Company. By Stickman.

The LeMat revolver was a .42 or .36 caliber cap & ball black powder revolver invented by Dr. Jean Alexandre LeMat of New Orleans, which featured an unusual secondary 16 gauge smoothbore barrel capable of firing buckshot. It saw service with the armed forces of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War of 1861–65. [American Southern]

The LeMat revolver was a or caliber cap & ball black powder revolver…

Manufactured by Charles Buss of Marlboro, N.H. ~ 1855

Manufactured by Charles Buss of Marlboro, N.

LeMat Pinfire Revolver One of the favorite pistols of the American Civil War, at least for certain officers like General J.E.B Stuart on the Confederate side, was the LeMat revolver. Capable of firing regular conical or round bullets from nine cylinder chambers, the LeMat also could discharge a load of buckshot from a lower barrel.

Capable of firing regular conical or round bullets from nine cylinder chambers, the LeMat also could discharge a load of buckshot from a lower barrel.