Chamberlain Development's American Heritage poster highlights black powder ammunition (rifle, shotgun, and handgun) used by the American Rifleman and US Military from 1776 to roughly 1885 when the conversion was made to smokeless powder. It includes all versions of the musket ball, paper and combustibles, and self-contained black powder munitions used by the US Military, including Confederate and Union Civil War ammunition. This 27" x 38" poster features full color, life size (within 4/1000 of an inch) images on high gloss, high quality 100 lb. poster paper. The poster contains more than 280 different cartridges, paper and combustibles, or projectiles. It includes prominent cartridges from every American military engagement as well as Frontiersman, Buffalo Bore, and Cowboy/Ranger cartridges. The American Heritage poster includes the full range of musket: ball, Minie ball, buck and ball, paper patch, Shaler triple bullet, Whitworth, and Williams self-cleaning. It also includes a full range of paper and combustibles, even rubber and animal intestine case. Rifle cartridges range from 22 caliber Maynard and Stevens up through the big 45, 50, and 55 calibers and terminates with the 58 caliber cartridges of that era. Handgun cartridges range from 32 X-Short to 50 Navy and 50 Army. Shotgun cartridges include Maynards, Ropers, Winchesters, and Remington UMC ranging from 410 Bore up to 8 Gauge. Included cartridges: Sharps, Bullard, Ballard, Burnside, Peabody (What Cheer), Remington, Hepburn, Maynard, Stevens, Winchester, Spencer, Colt, Thuers, Mississippi Rifle, Snyder, Roper, Evans, Wesson, Smith & Wesson, Ward-Burton, Meigs, Dangerfield-LeFever, Schofield, and Roberts.
|Description||Black Powder Guide|
|Manual For||Black Powder|
|Product Model||American Heritage|