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  • Well I'll keep my ear to the ground to see whom I know may be leaving the hobby. I know most are hoping to make it through the 150th Anniversary cycle then hang up their brogans. Mike Tommarello Sgt. Maj Pennsylvania Reserve Division ----- Original Message ----- From: Jason To: civilwarwest@^$1 Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 3:41 AM Subject: [civilwarwest] Re: Best place to buy a...
    Mike Tommarello Apr 4, 2011
  • Jason, My pappy always said, "The action is in the Infantry." As to your question, do you mean an 1861 or 1863 Springfield rifle or a rifled 1842 Springfield? To my knowledge the only model 1862 out on the market is for the Richmond Rifle, which is basically a copy of the Springfield. From that info I can advise where you may find a quality repro though the prices are getting up...
    Mike Tommarello Apr 2, 2011
  • After doing some quick math, if you project the casualty percentage per population a war today with the exact casualty rate would mount a total of 14,352,566 (K)(W)(M) or roughly 4.7% of the population. If you also take the casualty rates of some of the larger battles during the Napoleonic Wars; Waterloo, Austerlitz, Borodino the casualty rates are higher than in battles during...
    Mike Tommarello Mar 3, 2011
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  • Bentonville, North Carolina. --- In civilwarwest@^$1, "Jason" wrote: > > Is that Bentonville Arkansas? > > Jason > > --- In civilwarwest@^$2, "Arzt" wrote: > > > > All, > > > > I was wondering if anyone had any knowledge or examples of Sherman's Engineers altering or modifying their tools in anyway to make them less combersome and awkward to carry during the Atlanta or Carolina's...
    Arzt Feb 6, 2010
  • All, I was wondering if anyone had any knowledge or examples of Sherman's Engineers altering or modifying their tools in anyway to make them less combersome and awkward to carry during the Atlanta or Carolina's Campaigns? My mess will be attending the 145th Bentonville event in March and we're going as a "flying column" to make things easier. However, I drew the short straw and got...
    Arzt Feb 5, 2010