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Toy soldier plastic, people.

Toy soldier plastic, people.

Blasting caps danger, sports.

Toy soldier plastic, people.

Royal guard music band madrid.

Weapon doberman dog, animals.

Infantry soldier world war ii.

Soldier military usa.

Army conflict weapon.

Toy soldier plastic, people.

Indian powwow dance, sports.

Royal guard music band madrid.

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle with Spanner, Shot Extracting Tool, and Shooting Patch

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle

Wheellock Rifle Made for Emperor Leopold I

Miquelet Rifle

Standing Hunter Holding a Rifle

Snaphaunce Hunting Rifle

Kentucky Rifle

A real American rifle man

Matchlock Rifle

Cased Set of a Flintlock Rifle, a Pair of Pistols, and Accessories

Flintlock Rifle

To the "Natchez Volunteer Rifle Corps." Attention! ... Our late brave and beloved Chief the immortal Jackson, it is understood, is approaching near our city on his way to Tennessee, and it is confidently believed, that the "Natchez, Volunteer Ri

Flintlock Rifle with Case and Bullet Mould Made for Colonel Jacob Bates (1746–1836)

Miquelet Rifle

Remains of a rifle from Jan van Speijk’s gunboat

[Man standing at stern of keelboat holding flintlock rifle]

[Officer from the First Troop, Philadelphia, seated by a tent in which a writing desk is visible. A soldier marches with a rifle nearby] / J.R. Smith, 1839, Phila.

rifle from "Die Völker des Erdballs nach ihrer Abstammung und Verwandtschaft, und ihren Eigenthümlichkeiten in Regierungsform, Religion, Sitte und Tracht ... Mit ... colorirten Abbildungen"

rifle from "Die Völker des Erdballs nach ihrer Abstammung und Verwandtschaft, und ihren Eigenthümlichkeiten in Regierungsform, Religion, Sitte und Tracht ... Mit ... colorirten Abbildungen"

Position at offhand rifle practice

map from "The Italian Volunteers and Lombard Rifle Brigade, being an authentic narrative of the organization, adventures, and final disbanding of these corps in 1848-49 ... Translated from the edition published at Turin in 1849. To which are added original letters and important historical documents relating to the late Italian movement of reform. [With maps.]"

Major Woodford, Rifle Brigade

Russian rifle pit - now part of the British advanced trenches, on the left of the right attack, or Gordon's battery / W. Simpson delt. ; C. Haghe lith.

Captain Morgan, Rifle Corps, A.D.C. to General Bernard, on Coxcomb the winner of the Crimean races, the property of Captain Barnard, Grenadier Guards

Percussion Target Rifle

[Two French officers, seated, and Zouave, standing with arm resting on rifle]

[Studio portrait of Hesh-pid-die with feather headress and holding a rifle.]

Jacksonville [Man with rifle peering into the river, town in the background].

[Studio portrait of Hesh-pid-die with feather headress and holding a rifle.]

[Charles W. Wilson, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, wearing buckskins, with rifle]

[Man with rifle standing near a road.]

[Man with rifle standing near a road.]

Jacksonville [Man with rifle peering into the river, town in the background].

[Flag of the Richland Volunteer Rifle Company]

[Three soldiers in a rifle pit]

[Full-length portrait of soldier with rifle and details of the weapon]

Map of Pass Cavallo, Texas, Showing the position of the Rebel fortifications and rifle pits. Surveyed December 1st, 1863, by Charles Hosmer, Sub-Assistant, [U.S. Coast Survey].

[Plan of Fort Sumner, Montgomery County, composed of Redoubts Cross, Davis, and Kirby and also showing nearby rifle pits and Batteries Alexander and Benson, part of the defenses of Washington, D. C. ]

[Man with rifle peering around tree]

Plan of the redoubt and rifle pits ensilading [sic] the Leesburg and Fairfax turnpikes 2 miles from Alexandria, Virginia. Built by the 38th, 40th N.Y. and 3rd Maine regiments during October and November 1861.

[Civil War envelope showing Zouave soldier with American flag and rifle in front of sign with message "Washington via Baltimore"]

A 300 pounder (parrot gun [Parrott rifle]) on Morris Island, S.C., firing on Fort Sumter.

[Unidentified soldier in Union infantry uniform with rifle and 3rd Model Beals' revolver]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Berdan's Sharps rifle and Colt 1862 Police Model pistol]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with rifle musket, revolver, side knife, canteen, and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with three Remington revolvers, two Bowie knives, and a Springfield rifle musket]

[Unidentified soldier of Co. H, 7th Illinois Infantry Regiment, in private's uniform with rifle]

[Unidentified soldier in Union infantry uniform with bayoneted rifle and handgun]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and fez with Model 1855 rifle musket and pepperbox revolver]

Rifle, [Blank] - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

[Private Stanford Lea Jessee of Co. A, 29th Virginia Infantry Regiment in uniform with rifle and Bowie knife]

[Unidentified young boy wearing secession badge and holding a rifle]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with 3-band Enfield rifle and knife]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform with rifle musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Enfield rifle]

300 pdr. [i.e. pounder] Parrot Rifle, Fort Chatfield, Morris Isand

[Union Soldier Holding Rifle, with Photographer's Posing Stand]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and snake belt buckle with Enfield rifle and saber bayonet]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Hardee hat with rifle in front of painted backdrop showing military camp]

[Enoch Hooper Cook, Jr., Pvt, Co. H. 38th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A., half-length portrait, facing front holding rifle]

[Thomas Kitchen, Pvt., Georgia regiment, C.S.A., three-quarter length portrait, seated holding bayonet and rifle, facing front]

[Full standing black soldier, rifle with fixed bayonet]

U.S. service rifle, Harpers Ferry, Va.

U.S. service rifle, Harpers Ferry, Va.

Rifle pits on the picket line in front of Petersburg, Va.

[Civil War Union Soldier with Rifle and Canteen, in Studio]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with bayoneted rifle musket]

[Unidentified cavalry soldier in Union uniform with Sharps carbine rifle, Colt revolver, and cavalry saber]

[Private William H. Presgraves of Company K, 97th Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment, with rifle]

Rifleman, attention! A company of one hundred men to be selected from the best rifle shots ... Recruits will be received by James D. Fessenden ... Portland, Maine. Bridgton Reporter Press, S. H. Noyes, printer, 1861.

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and C.S. oval belt plate with rifle]

[Unidentified soldier from North Carolina with Model 1855 Colt revolving rifle]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate infantry uniform with Bowie knife, rifle musket, and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Company B hat, with Hall breech loading carbine rifle, Colt revolver, and cavalry sword]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with bayoneted rifle musket, Bowie knife, and two revolvers]

[Union Officer and Private, Standing at Attention, with Sword and Rifle with Fixed Bayonet]

A 300 pounder (parrot gun [Parrott rifle]) on Morris Island, S.C., firing on Fort Sumter.

Alexandria, Virginia (vicinity). 200 pdr. Parrott rifle gun in Battery Rodgers

Antietam, Maryland. Ditch with bodies of soldiers on right wing used as a rifle pit by Confederates

[Private John P. Alldredge of Co. A, 48th Alabama Infantry Regiment in uniform and wishbone belt buckle with Model 1842 rifle musket, revolver, and side knife]

Alexandria, Virginia (vicinity). Battery Rodgers, erected in 1863, overlooking the Potomac river near Jones' Point. 15-inch Rodman gun (left). 200 pd. Parrott rifle and gun (right)