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Weapons > Rocket or Grenade Launcher

SBYRW : 1919

1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Regiment - Carl Gustav 84mm M2, serial no.34115 rocket launcher plus sight unit dating from the 1970s

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Weapons > Mortar

SBYRW : 1921

Unit unknown or none - A 2 inch Mark VII** mortar dating from the 2nd World War - Serial Number 114186

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Weapons > Miscellaneous Weapon Accessory

SBYRW : 3076

Unit unknown or none - A Bren Gun magazine as used in the 2nd World War and for many years afterwards

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Weapons > Miscellaneous Weapon Accessory

SBYRW : 3077

Unit unknown or none - A Sten Gun magazine as used in the 2nd World War and for many years afterwards

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Weapons > Dummy Ammunition/Drill Rounds

SBYRW : 3119

Unit unknown or none - .303 British Mark VIIIZ complete drill round (engraved)

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Weapons > Bayonet

SBYRW : 3464

Unit unknown or none - A 1903 Pattern bayonet for SMLE rifle

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Weapons > Pistol

SBYRW : 4925

1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A.476 ins. Colt D/A Reg. No. 15308, dating from 1890, complete with its leather holster; it was acquired via FCL Firearms Glenswinton Parton Castle Douglas DG7 3NL and classified as 'antique firearm' vide Firearms Act 1968 sec. 58(2)

Persons(s): Fraser, A J, Major;

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Weapons > Sword

SBYRW : 4934

Unit unknown or none - Officer's Sword and scabbard with 36 inch blade, engraved 'Herbert 187 Strand'.

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Weapons > Sword

SBYRW : 4939

Unit unknown or none - Infantry sword, hanger and scabbard, dating from around 1790, with a 28 inch blade, as used by an officer in the Grenadier Company

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Weapons > Musket

SBYRW : 4952

Unit unknown or none - A flintlock musket and bayonet (Artefact 9303) circa 1802. On hire from Royal Armouries, Leeds whose Ref Number for this artefact is XII.10139.

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Weapons > Miscellaneous Weapon Accessory

SBYRW : 4982

Unit unknown or none - Wooden cartridge box covered in leather with letters 'GR' in gold on the leather flap

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Weapons > Musket

SBYRW : 5004

Unit unknown or none - A flintlock musket India pattern on hire from the Royal Armouries Leeds (Reference Code XII.10138) with pattern 1750 bayonet.

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Weapons > Sword

SBYRW : 5015

Unit unknown or none - Brass infantry officer's sword with a scabbard and a 37 inch blade of the time of George IV

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Weapons > Powder storage

SBYRW : 5025

99th Regiment - Powder horn from New South Wales which is engraved with scenes of Australia and New Zealand. It is inscribed 'W May 99th Regiment'.

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Weapons > Musket

SBYRW : 5046

Unit unknown or none - A percussion musket Pattern 39 with socket type bayonet (Artefact 9330) on hire from the Royal Armouries at Leeds under Reference Number XII.1040. It is an example of a model converted from a flintlock around 1839, the type used in the Anglo-Sikh War.

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Weapons > Musket

SBYRW : 5057

Unit unknown or none - Russian percussion musket 57 inches long, Crimean War period, converted for flintlock; the stock is in a fragile condition

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Weapons > Bullet

SBYRW : 5065

Unit unknown or none - Musket ball 3/4 inch in diameter from the Crimea.

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Weapons > Grenade

SBYRW : 5074

Unit unknown or none - A Russian hand grenade, 3 inches in diameter, captured during the Crimean War.

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Weapons > Miscellaneous Weapon Accessory

SBYRW : 5075

Unit unknown or none - Brass gun powder measure on a leather strap used in the Crimean War 13 inches.

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Weapons > Pistol

SBYRW : 5077

49th Regiment - Adams percussion revolver and accessories in a case. It belonged to Captain W. Earle who served in the Crimean War; the mainspring appears to be broken

Persons(s): Earle, W, Captain;

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