Indian Mutiny combat account and the weapons mentioned - Sabres, tulwars, carbines, rifles, pistols


Published on Feb 14, 2017
Reciting an original close combat account with swords and firearms by Lieutenant de Kantzow, 9th Bengal Native Infantry, from the Indian Mutiny of 1857. Weapons featured are the 1853 pattern cavalry sword, an Indian tulwar, an 1845 pattern infantry officer's sword, an Indian cavalry carbine dated to 1859, an 1853 pattern Enfield rifled musket and bayonet, a French 0.72 single shot pistol, an English transitional revolver, a Beaumont-Adams revolver and a modern replica 1851 Colt London Navy by Uberti.
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