Providence Tool Co. military arms

consisting of a comprehensive account of the company"s manufacture of muskets, Peabody and Martini rifles, Roberts and Peabody conversion muskets, and edged weapons : with an appendix of historical documents, including an 1878 catalog for the Peabody-Martini rifle and carbine by Edward A. Hull

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Statementby Edward A. Hull.
LC ClassificationsUD384.R4 H84
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 79 p. :
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4132786M
LC Control Number80110251

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The owner of Providence Tool Co has recently had surgery and will be unable to answer phone calls for a few days. In addition he is in the process of changing websites and the new one is not up yet. He is still in business, just a little difficult to contact the next few days. Providence Tool Co. Peabody Lever Action Carbine Remington (Ilion, NY) No. 1 Rolling Block Single-Shot Rifle Remington M Army Single-Action Percussion Revolver. The Equipment Guide has extensive photos and up-to-date information on military aircraft, ships, submarines, weapons, guns, ordnance, military vehicles, electronics and more. Providence Tool y martini 22,military rifle inch is excellent being bright and shiny!receiver retains %case colors!barrel has also %original bluing left!has two barrel bands with letter is very good with some dings and stable age cracks!sights look all ch shows German Crown original cleaning rod!metal butt.

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Providence Tool Co. military arms: Consisting of a comprehensive account of the company's manufacture of musketsAuthor: Edward A Hull. Providence Tool Co. military arms consisting of a comprehensive account of the company's manufacture of muskets, Peabody and Martini rifles, Roberts and Peabody conversion muskets, and edged weapons: with an appendix of historical documents, including an catalog for the Peabody-Martini rifle and carbine 2d ed.

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Find the lowest price. Also included are the bayonets for the above military arms. Further, a comprehensive history of the Providence Tool Co. is included, with the arms they produced during the American Civil War: Springfield Model rifle muskets and Light Cavalry (Model ) sabers."Fantastic - will be the world standard for years to come."/5(3).

A new company by the name of Providence Tool Company is now making these sights and they are made right here in the greatest nation on God's green Earth. Buffalo Arms is also handling these for $ I called the boys up at Buffalo Arms last week and asked their opinion on these sights as to quality and appearance.

This Peabody rifle is an original, breechloading, single shot, caliber Peabody rimfire made by the Providence Tool Company of Providence, Rhode Island. It is one of somecarbines and rifles produced by the company between and   Re: Providence Tool Co sight Post by Mike D.» Sat am My point was that two holes are needed to be drilled and tapped when installing a Lyman 21 sight on an ' '94 and '95 Winchesters have the stop screw hole that can be used.

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Approximat Peabody rifles that used the M bayonet were produced –71 by the Providence Tool Co. of Providence, Rhode Island, based on a design patented by inventor Henry O. Peabody.

The vast majority were for foreign contracts. The butt plate has the "US" stamped in the slightly shaded font that I've read is typical of Providence Tool muskets.

The font also matches that of the "US" on the lock plate. The the head of the hammer has a small "M" stamped on the side opposite the lock plate and the trigger guard base has a small "M" stamped on it as well.

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Hull,   Providence Tool Co. military arms: Consisting of a comprehensive account of the company's manufacture of muskets, Peabody and Martini rifles, Roberts for the Peabody-Martini rifle and carbine Unknown Binding –   For discussion is this early military configuration Martini Henry made by Providence Tool Co.

in Govt caliber. As you can see it has a safety switch. The rifle is in antique excellent condition and not altered in any way, although I'm going to need a screw to retain the brass breach block pin.

My question involves the mark; "SNY" stamped on the top flat of the knoxform. Providence Tool Co Peabody Lever Action Carbine Although the Peabody was developed during the Civil War and a few were entered in the trials, large-scale production of the Peabody carbine and rifle came too late to see action in that conflict.

For reference purposes, beautiful renditions of original Peabody catalogs have been reprinted recently by Cornell Publications, and Edward Hull's book, Providence Tool Co. Military Arms is available in limited supply from Ray Riling Arms Books. Providence Tool Co, Providence R.I.

sold the Turks a slug of rifles, some of which ended up in Japan in the early s. It's been my understanding that the rifles sold by the Tool Co.

to the Turks were Peabody Martinis. Were they and what is the difference in the two, Peabody Martin and Martini Henryi. Thanks in advance. Buffalo Arms Company cowboy leather goods and cartridge belts, leather cowboy gun belts and holsters from Triple K, Oklahoma Leather, Pacific Canvas and Leather.

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Unfortunately, I've buried the Providence Tool Co. Arms book in some dark, unremembered corner, and can't find a cut-away drawing online. Unlike the cutouts for other conversions, the Roberts inletting is like a slanting "V" with the tip right at the bottom of the balance.

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Patent # John in PA Apr 15 I have been a student and collector of Providence Tool arms for 30 years. I have 3 special order Peabody Sporting Rifles, an contract musket, two Peabody military rifles. Here is an original, dated, 58 caliber Model “Providence Contract” percussion rifle-musket in very good condition overall.

A product of the Providence Tool Company of Rhode Island circa which was one of the major contractors in the Civil War and supplied the government with s such weapons for the army. I see an ad in THE BLACK POWDER CARTRIDGE NEWS for a Lyman #21 receiver sight for the and other Winchester lever guns.

It is made by Providence Tool Co. Has anybody used one or at least examined one. I think it would be a nice adition to mybut don't want to buy junk. Original and other reproductions are many hundreds of. The Providence Tool Co. originally was founded in Rhode Island in under the name William Field and Company and by was called Providence Tool Co.

They made a variety of hardware but inafter acquiring an experienced armorer and new machinery, were ready to obtain U.S. Government contracts for the Civil War. Cornell Publications | World's Largest Old Gun Catalog & Manual Reprinter. Peabody Firearms Catalog- Providence Tool Co. Congratulations on a really nice inheritance.

There is no Model ; that musket is a Modelmade in Providence Tool Company m Model rifle muskets from tothe majority of which the government found were class one, and. The carbine has the Swiss style rear sight as depicted in Hull's book on p so it could be one of those made for European market but never delivered and sold commercially.

The serial numbers on the barrel and receiver match. Reference: Edward A. Hull "Providence Tool Co. Military Arms" p.

Late in through early Patrick shared some of the material from the Big Paper hoard, aka, the paperwork of the Providence Tool Co. Providence Tool made plane blades, arms, and other stuff during the middle of the 19th C.

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In July,the Providence Tool Company, a corporation created under the laws of Rhode Island, entered into a Page 69 U. S. 46 contract with the government, through the Secretary of War, to deliver to officers of the United States, within certain stated periods, twenty-five thousand muskets of a specified pattern at the rate of twenty.

Hello! I'm Frank the Owner of Providence Tool Company. I understand the issues you may have with the lengthiness of waiting on your rifle.

But I can assure you that when you receive your Peabody Rifle you will be more than happy with the craftsmanship and attention to detail and you will find your money was well spent.The Lancashite Tool Co was the largest maker of pliers in the UK in In they, along with other companies were incorporated into Sheffield Steel Products.

renouned author on Australian military arms, NTC stands for Norton Toothell & Co of 16 Barack St, Sydney. An advertisment dated 11 Junehas them at 40 King St, Sydney (NLA).