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mixed with slow load times, that wears on you quick lol Threepdr and Teleoceras, I have certainly learned more about "buck and ball" based on your comments. At ranges of 200 yards (180 m) and under, the buck and ball from the smoothbore musket, while less accurate than the rifled musket, actually produces a greater number of hits due to the greater number of projectiles; 37 of 50 Minie balls, vs.

18 of 50 balls and 31 of 150 buckshot, for a total of 49 hits in 50 shots.

It is topped with a large sphere and three smaller ones, with the line "buck and ball." Bayonet and scabbard. S over C over 17 on the blade flat is a United States Section of the Milsurp Knowledge Library.', BGCOLOR, '#DDDDDD', BORDERCOLOR, '#000000', BORDERWIDTH, '1', FOLLOWMOUSE, 0, OFFSETX, -10, OPACITY, '95', FADEIN, '25', FADEOUT, '25', CLICKCLOSE, true, FOLLOWSCROLL, true, PADDING, 0, BALLOON, 1 , ABOVE, false, TITLE1, 'United States - Milsurp Knowledge Library', LINKURL, 'https:// This was the first regulation percussion arm produced in the national armories, and at the same time, the last of the .69 caliber smoothbores. The cartridge used by the 1842 Musket consisted of a .65 round ball weighing 412grs. There was also a guard duty cartridge that used twelve .31 balls turning the Musket into a shotgun. r=132-united-states', SHOWCLOSE, 0, BALLOONIMGPATH , 'autolinker/images/balloons/yellow'); micro Ajax('autolinker/autolinker_stats.php? “RIFLED WEAPONS” required the ball to be threaded tightly down spiral grooves in a barrel so the bullet would come out spiralling like a football.

r=132-united-states', SHOWCLOSE, 0, BALLOONIMGPATH , 'autolinker/images/balloons/yellow'); micro Ajax('autolinker/autolinker_stats.php? S.', function (res) );" style="font-weight: Normal;font-style: Normal;text-decoration: None;text-transform: None;font-size:100%;color:#000000;font-family:;"Bayonet Model 1835. Other Salient Facts; Between 18 a total of 275,000 of this model were manufactured by Springfield and Harpers Ferry Armories, of which 172,000 were turned out at Springfield alone. Model 1842 Musket was the first arm to be produced at both the Harpers Ferry and Springfield Armories on a completely interchangeable basis, and aside even from this significant fact, holds a prominent position in the development of U. .69 calibre round ball, or, buck and ball that was a .69 round ball with three rounds of buckshot. uid=0&fid=118&t=v&kw=United States', function (res) );" style="font-weight: Normal;font-style: Normal;text-decoration: None;text-transform: None;font-size:100%;color:#000000;font-family:;" Teleoceras, Thanks for your interest in this thread. My references are Flaydermanns page 446, 5th Edition , and Robert M. This allowed only about one shot per minute which would be a liability during an enemy bayonet assault.

, it came in a Regulation Pattern of 1839 Scabbard. The bayonet utilized for this model musket was the Model 1842 socket bayonet, which was 20-1/2 inches long, with a 2-7/8 inch socket and an 18-inch triangular blade. I guess we are using different reference books regarding the Model 1842 U. Reilly, page 14 in his book United States Section of the Milsurp Knowledge Library.', BGCOLOR, '#DDDDDD', BORDERCOLOR, '#000000', BORDERWIDTH, '1', FOLLOWMOUSE, 0, OFFSETX, -10, OPACITY, '95', FADEIN, '25', FADEOUT, '25', CLICKCLOSE, true, FOLLOWSCROLL, true, PADDING, 0, BALLOON, 1 , ABOVE, false, TITLE1, 'United States - Milsurp Knowledge Library', LINKURL, 'https:// To speed loading the Model 1842 was issued with a .65 caliber round ball.

This scabbard was normally carried in a shoulder belt (baldric) as opposed to being carried on the belt with a frog. r=132-united-states', SHOWCLOSE, 0, BALLOONIMGPATH , 'autolinker/images/balloons/yellow'); micro Ajax('autolinker/autolinker_stats.php? This allowed only about one shot per minute which would be a liability during an enemy bayonet assault.

I have .58 cal and .577 paper cartridges and that is it. I shoot smoothbores about 80% of the time and have developed a real preference for them.

David Drm2m: I also recommend Civil War Firearms by Joseph G. It is because of the variable loadings that you can do with those old warriors that makes me love'em so much.

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The 12th's Gettysburg monument is as much to the '42 as to the regiment. The single large .65 ball was not used as often as the buckn'ball loads of one .65 ball with three .31 balls. All of this data can be found in the excellent book United States Section of the Milsurp Knowledge Library.', BGCOLOR, '#DDDDDD', BORDERCOLOR, '#000000', BORDERWIDTH, '1', FOLLOWMOUSE, 0, OFFSETX, -10, OPACITY, '95', FADEIN, '25', FADEOUT, '25', CLICKCLOSE, true, FOLLOWSCROLL, true, PADDING, 0, BALLOON, 1 , ABOVE, false, TITLE1, 'United States - Milsurp Knowledge Library', LINKURL, 'https:// smooth bore....1843 early vintage) The main drawback was that it had a smooth bore of .69 caliber.

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There is much more chance of hitting a man sized target at 75 yards if there are no buck shot in the load.

The rifled version of the Model 42 is a terror to shoot.