3 edition of Guns through the ages. found in the catalog.
Guns through the ages.
|Series||Sterling collectors" series|
|LC Classifications||NK6906 .B58 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||62015152|
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 4/5(1). Get this from a library. Guns through the ages. [G Boothroyd] -- History, collecting, maintaining, and using. Includes loads for muzzle loaders. A description of types of artillery used in warfare throughout history, including the ancient engines of war; gunpowder introduced to Europe; the bombards; 16th century cannon; the 17th century and Gustavus Adolphus; the 18th century; U.S.
guns of the early s; rifling; the Civil War; and the change to modern artillery. Also includes the characteristics of cannon; projectiles; tools; 5/5(4). "Weapons Through The Ages" is one of these books. I bought it years ago and used it primarily for its excellent drawings and depictions of weapons from ancient times down to the present.
Something, however, made me pick it up and actually read it. The more I read it, the more carefully I read by: 2. OCLC Number: Notes: London ed. published in under title: a guide to gun collecting. Description: pages illustrations 20 cm.
Series Title. Guns through the ages Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English. London ed. published in under title: a guide to gun collecting Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books Pages: Guns Through The Ages by Geoffrey Boothroyd,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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The mobile guns of Washington's army ranged from 3- to pounders, with /2- and 8-inch howitzers. They were usually bronze. A few iron siege guns of, and pounder caliber were on hand. The guns used round shot, grape, and case shot; mortars and howitzers fired bombs and carcasses. People have used weapons in warfare, hunting, self-defense, law enforcement, and criminal activity.
Weapons also serve many other purposes in society including use in sports, collections for display, and historical displays and demonstrations. As technology has developed throughout history, weapons have changed with it. ty, carriages were still cumbrous. To move a heavy English cannon, even over good ground, it took 23 horses; a culverin needed nine beasts.
Ammunition--mainly cast-iron round shot, the bomb (an iron shell filled with gunpowder), canister (a can filled with small projectiles), and grape shot (a cluster of iron balls)--was carried the primitive way, in wheelbarrows and carts or on a. At Chancellorsville, one of Stonewall Jackson's guns fired a shot which bounded down the center of a roadway and came to rest a mile away.
The performance verified the drill-book tables. Maximum ranges of the larger pieces, however, ran all the way from the average 1, yards of an pounder garrison gun to the well over 3-mile range of a At the tail end of the Civil War, cartridge guns like the first lever rifles and the Spencer rifle began appearing on the battlefield.
But that was a time of great transition for firearms, and the military was slow to catch up. In the s the military officially adopted the Trapdoor Springfield in full length and carbine versions.
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Looking at an old-time cannon, most people are sure of just one thing: the shot came out of the front end. For that reas Brand: Madison & Adams Press.Weapons is the rich and exciting story of arms through the ages—from the first tied stone thrown by prehistoric hunters to the super bombs of today.
Illustrated with the unusually detailed and astonishingly realistic drawings of Edwin Tunis, it is a weapon-by-weapon account of human ingenuity in the invention and improvement of arms for defense and offense.