CONFEDERATE & SOUTHERN AGENT MARKED SHOTGUNS

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Pritchard, Jr., Russ A. and John W. Ashworth, Jr. with Liza Bryson, Tim Prince and W. C. Smith, III. Hardback, 383 pp. Heavily illustrated with color photographs.

Confederate & Southern Agent Marked Shotguns is the first publication dealing specifically with acquisition, alteration and distribution of common civilian shotguns by the Confederate Ordnance Department. The book is fully illustrated with quality color photography, period images of Confederate personnel armed with shotguns and recently discovered government documents. This book is strongly recommended for anyone interested in Confederate ordnance activities and offers incontestable proof of systematic acquisition of shotguns from the civilian population by Confederate Ordnance authorities for issue to Confederate units.

This book consists of nine chapters, one appendix and a bibliography and index. The chapters include an overview of shotgun acquisition state by state, Confederate ordnance alterations to shotguns for mounted and dismounted use, Southern agent marked shotguns, shotgun bayonets, shotgun ammunition, shotgun accouterments, a selection of period images of Confederate soldiers armed with shotguns, post war agent marked shotguns and living history units using shotguns and modern reproductions.  [ld]

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