Martini Henry Accessories & Tools
Martini Henry Action Implement: The Martini henry rifle was supplied with its own multi-tool, whi..
The Army and Navy accepted a Sub calibre conversion for the Martini Henry on 14 ..
The Mk1 Brass muzzle protector was introduced in 1874, to protect the front sight from..
Introduced in LOC §3336, 26th March 1878. The Auxilliary sight allowed a musketry instructor to s..
Left Image Jag MkI. : Introduced into service with the Mk1 Rifle in 1874, the jag Mk1 h..
The Mk2 Brass muzzle protector was introduced § 2928 on On 26th Feb 1876, as the..
The MKIII Muzzle protector was introduced on December 10th 1885, this pattern had no hole in the ..
Mk1 & Mk2 Brass Carbine Muzzle protector Introduced 24th September 1877, the protector had a ..
On 30th March 1876 LOC 2952, the “Gauge action”, was introduced, listed officially in the Enfield..
Introduced in § 2659 17 July 1974 The "bulb" ended clearing rod was the standard pattern ro..
On 29th February 1876, a general list of Change was issed to order the conversion of the Mk1 "Bul..
On 23rd June 1876, the sucess of the Mk1 converted rod led to a new design. The Mk2 cleaning rog ..
The origins of the cleaning rod Mk1V can be traced to the trials of the Enfield Martini pattern B..
With the introduction of the Magazine Lee Metford Rifle Mk1, a new pattern jag had been designed ..
The clearing rod for the Cavalry carbine had a bulbous end to ensure the muzzle of the carbine wo..
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