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RE: [TalkAntietam] Re: Information on Firearms Used by Regiments at Antietam

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  • Thomas G. Clemens
    Absolutely Dave, and I did not mean to sound dismissive. The QOR are a huge leap from where we were, and I suspect Fred todd was using them too. Thanks From:
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      Absolutely Dave, and I did not mean to sound dismissive. The QOR are a huge leap from where we were, and I suspect Fred todd was using them too. Thanks


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      Subject: Re: [TalkAntietam] Re: Information on Firearms Used by Regiments at Antietam



      Well, obviously there are going to be differences, I agree. but December 62
      at least gives you a starting point. As more info becomes available, you
      can adjust. such changes can be noted on the site, with a caveat that the
      returns date from December, not September.

      The QOR also provides counts of mixed or secondary arms, so you might get a
      sense of what they started out with - for example, now 90% of the regiment
      has enfields, but 10% still have Austrian .54s.

      I found it to be a building process.

      Dave


      In a message dated 10/28/2010 1:20:57 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
      tgclemens@...<mailto:tgclemens%40hagerstowncc.edu> writes:

      Thanks Dave. That was the problem I had. The return show what they had
      on-hand in December. Can that be extrapolated back to Spetember, well...

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