A mid-19th century SBR

1861 Enfield artillery carbine.

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11 Responses to A mid-19th century SBR

  1. LarryArnold says:

    Another case of “everybody gets the good guns except the infantry.”

  2. They’d just break it anyway.

  3. Lyle says:

    Done joined up with them federals, eh?

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  5. Mike OTDP says:

    Actually, it’s not an SBR. Muzzleloading replica aside, the barrel length is 24 inches. You save a lot of length using advanced caseless ammunition.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      I named it so in jest. It’s definitely short relative to the proper rifle…I’ll post photos of the two side by side.

  6. tad says:

    Should be labeled PDW. This falls into perspective when your main gun is a howitzer.

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