By George D. Moller
Lavishly illustrated with greater than 400 bright images of muskets, rifles, carbines, and different fingers, this ebook deals an clever research of the shoulder fingers procured and utilized by the colonists, colonial and nation governments, and the Continental Congress.
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George D. Moller is the writer of numerous books on army shoulder arms.
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American Military Shoulder Arms, Volume I: Colonial and Revolutionary War Arms by George D. Moller