Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine

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Maynard Single Shot perkuse Carbine was manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls Mass. Made between 1860 and 1865.
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'''Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine''' was manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls Mass. Made between 1860 and 1865.
  
This Carbine was a favorite among Union Troops in Civil War due to its superb accuracy and easy handling. After the Civil War, Dr. Maynard kept his company going by entering the Sporting & Hunting market. In all, Maynard made a total of 16 different models of this uniquely designed firearm. The 1882 Maynard is offered by L.Romano Rifle Co. in four calibers. This firearm was widely known for it's supreme quality, reliability and accuracy.
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This Carbine was a favorite among Union Troops in the American Civil War due to its superb accuracy and easy handling. After the Civil War, Dr. Maynard kept his company going by entering the Sporting & Hunting market. In all, Maynard made a total of 16 different models of this uniquely designed firearm. The 1882 Maynard is offered by L.Romano Rifle Co. in four calibers. This firearm was widely known for it's supreme quality, reliability and accuracy.
  
 
'''Specifications'''
 
'''Specifications'''
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'''The ''Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine'' has been used in the following films:'''
 
'''The ''Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine'' has been used in the following films:'''
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==Film==
 
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* A Mercenaries in ''[[Heaven's Gate]]'' (1980)
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| ''[[Red Mountain]]'' || [[Alan Ladd]] || Brett Sherwood || || 1951
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|''[[Major Dundee]]''|| [[L.Q. Jones]] || Arthur Hadley || || 1965
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| ''[[Heaven's Gate]]'' || || The mercenaries ||  || 1980
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Latest revision as of 09:20, 7 March 2020

Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine- .50 cal.

Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine was manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls Mass. Made between 1860 and 1865.

This Carbine was a favorite among Union Troops in the American Civil War due to its superb accuracy and easy handling. After the Civil War, Dr. Maynard kept his company going by entering the Sporting & Hunting market. In all, Maynard made a total of 16 different models of this uniquely designed firearm. The 1882 Maynard is offered by L.Romano Rifle Co. in four calibers. This firearm was widely known for it's supreme quality, reliability and accuracy.

Specifications

  • Weight: 6.8 lbs
  • Length: 37 1/4 in
  • Barrel length: 20 in
  • Cartridge: none
  • Caliber: 0.50 cal
  • Action: Percussion


The Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine has been used in the following films:


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Title Actor Character Note Date
Red Mountain Alan Ladd Brett Sherwood 1951
Major Dundee L.Q. Jones Arthur Hadley 1965
Heaven's Gate The mercenaries 1980


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