On the 6th June 1876, a New pattern Cavarly Carbine was built at Enfield,after five previous samp..
24th Sept 1877. LOC 3215 as “As Arms Interchangeable, Carbine Breech loading Rifled, with clearin..
The Martini Henry Mk1 Service rifle can be described as having three phases, as it was not offica..
The Carbine Artillery Martini Metford MkI was a conversion from Martini Henry IC1 Artillery ..
The Army and Navy accepted a Sub calibre conversion for the Martini Henry on 14 ..
Top: Queens Royal Cypher (Queens Crown)
2nd Top: Victoria Regina. Queen Vic..
A revised Carbine model, was offered by Enfield in Jan 1878, for the use of Garrison and Field Ar..
The Martini Henry Mk1 3rd (apporved) pattern was the standard issue firearm between 1874-18..
Conversion from Martin Henry MkIII Rifle
The carbine was made from MkIII rifles wi..
With the large scale introduction of the Martini Henry rifle in 1886 to the Militia and Volunteer..
26th Jan 1876 a conference at the War office met to discuss the potential upgrades to the MkI Mar..
Conversion from Martini Henry IC1 Cavalry carbine.
The Martini Metford Caval..
With its official adoption on the 27 April 1877, the Martini Henry MkII was to become the most nu..
Conversion from Martini Henry IC1 Artillery Carbine.
Originally made without..
During the development of the Martini Henry IC1 carbine, the RSAF decided to utilize the same com..