2 edition of Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle. found in the catalog.
Henry J. Kauffman
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The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle Henry J. Kauffman Illustrated HC Bonanza See more like this. : The Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle: Thrid Printing Fine in light brown cloth covered boards with black text on the spine and on the front board. A quarto measuring 11" by 8 1/2". In a near fine unclipped dust jacket with the spine area faded. pages including an index, glossary, biographies of gun makers and text. Illustrated throughout with line drawings and black and white.
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The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle Paperback – September 1, by Henry J. Kauffman (Author)Cited by: 1. This concise history of the Pennsylvania Kentucky rifle tells the story of gunsmiths from central Europe who migrated in the first half of the 18th centrury to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and produced a superior rifle to take the place of those brought from the Old Country/5(20).
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Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle by Henry J. Kauffman Mr. Kauffman is primarily a researcher and historian. This book is one of the first scholarly efforts to study the American longrifle. This book is one of the first scholarly efforts to study the American longrifle. Joe Kindig's _Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle_ is a major work, cataloguing as it does the exhaustive Kindig longrifle collection.
Even now, thirty seven years after its initial publication, no other work in the field (with Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle. book possible exception of George Shumway's _Rifles of Colonial America_, in two volumes,) comes close to its breadth of analysis, or to the sheer number of splendid arms /5(3).
The Kentucky (or Pennsylvania) Long Rifle was the most accuratelong-range gun for several first documented appearance of rifling was in Germany around The flintlockwas developed in the early 's. By the late 's gunsmiths wereexperimenting with longer barrels than the forerunner Yaeger.
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Daniel Boone's use of the Pennsylvania Long Rifle in Kentucky made it so famous that it became more widely known as the Kentucky Rifle.
According to historian Henry Kauffman, prior to the introduction of the Pennsylvania Long Rifle, most firearms found in North. American Longrifles is the more accurate term for the class of uniquely American firearms better known as Kentucky or Pennsylvania rifles.
While the focus of this site is the American long rifle in all its incarnations, it is also a home for all those crafts persons preserving a bit of the past by building traditional muzzle loading sporting. The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle. Henry J. Kauffman. 16 99; and exacting research by Kauffman has brought to light a tremendous amount of information on America's first great rifle.
First printed inthis book has an extensive listing of gunsmiths and the stylized work of the makers. Various rifles are identified with many photos and. This intensive study and exacting research by Kauffman has brought to light a tremendous amount of information on America's first great rifle.
First printed inthis book has an extensive listing of gunsmiths and the Read about the rifle that was made in America by gunsmiths who migrated to Lancaster Co., Pa., from central Europe in the /5(3).
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B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox Author: Henry J. Kauffman. A rifle needn't be fancy either, just well built with the best parts available.
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We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.4/5(1). KAUFFMAN, Henry J. THE PENNSYLVANIA-KENTUCKY RIFLE. Harrisburg, PA: The Stackpole Company, First edition. 4to., black cloth with gilt spine and cover lettering. Fine, inscribed by the author on front flyleaf.
Dust jacket is edgeworn at top of front and rear panels, with several small closed tears and creases, and a 1 inch. im sure sharps has a better answer on this, this is a quote from one of the sites i have book marked The Kentucky (or Pennsylvania) Long Rifle was the most accuratelong-range gun for several first documented appearance of rifling was in Germany around The flintlock was developed in the early 's.
By the late 's gunsmiths wereexperimenting with longer. The long rifle, also known as longrifle, Kentucky rifle, Pennsylvania rifle, or American longrifle, was one of the first commonly used rifles for hunting and warfare.
It is characterized by an unusually long barrel, a development in American rifles that was uncommon in European rifles of the same of origin: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. Craftsmanship of the Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle was superb and is described and illustrated quite eloquently in this intensive study.
From Lancaster County, spilled the gunsmiths into all sections of Penn’s Woods and then beyond. reprint of limited edition.
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