Martini Markings on Wood
A common marking on wood and metal is the number 2, denoting an arm passed into the second class...
Rifles and Carbines that had been withdrawn from service, often were used as drill arms, and were..
Service Arms sold by the Government to Dominion or Empire Governments were marked with oppo..
With the adoption of the Morris Aiming tube, rifles and carbines unfit for second class reserve were..
The Regimental markings on the stocks of Martini Henrys can be classified into ..
The principal Small arms factory was the Government Establishment a Enfield. During the lifespan ..
The Royal Small Arms store was sited at Weedon Bec, near Northampton. Weedon contained 375,000 Ma..
The Government small arms repair facility was sited on Bagot Street in Birmingham, known as the "..
Throughout India, from 1894, large stocks of Martini Henry's were stored, these arsenals marked t..
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