The Short Land Brown Bess being used in the Battle of Jersey, 1781 (John Singleton Copley) Specifications The reproduction we offer here has a 42 inch .75 calibre barrel is made of tempered seamless gun steel (type:BS970 no.080M40) with a tight breech plug. The lock is made with strong durable springs and has a case-hardened frizzen (hammer ...
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3rd Model India Pattern Brown Bess musket. This is a standard issue Bess from the Napoleonic war period. The lock is original marked Tower, GR with broad arrow. The 39" barrel shows the standard government proofs and is a muted grey patina color. The rod is a modern replacement but of the correct type and fits.
May 29, 2015 · In 1838, the Bess was superseded by a percussion cap smoothbore and saw continued service up until the 1860’s. Technically called a “British Land Pattern Musket,” the Brown Bess might have gotten its nickname from the brown protective varnish early gunsmiths used to coat the stock. Bess is a term of endearment.
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Long Land (1st Model) Brown Bess Flintlock Musket (replica / reproduction for sale) Brown Bess Flintlock Musket called the first model or Long Land, was used in the French and Indian War and the American Revolution.
FLINTLOCK MUSKET, .75 CAL2nd model "Brown Bess", engraved "Clark" on the lock plate, barrel stamped "London" with three inspectors stamps, "15", serial number "103" and "NY" (most likely captured and used by New York militia) are engraved on top of the stock butt tang, with wear and an original period ramrod, 42" barrel, 58" l.