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6. G. W. Ramsdell, Austrian muskets. Captain C. K. Garrison of New York, later distinguished as a shipping man and speculator in Civil War surplus, initially presented a specimen musket to General Fremont with an offer of the same at $27. Fremont saw a sample gun while stopping at the Astor House on his way to London to buy arms. T o Cameron on 21 July, 1861 he wrote: CASE Sir: Captain Garrison h a s s h o w n m e a rifled musket of French m a k e (Liege) rough, but well m a d e , w h i c h I think is a g o o d , serviceable w e a p o n .
A complete program had been started including percussioning of old flint muskets, alteration to Maynard primer of later arms, rifling, and the construction of rifle musket, and pistol with shoulder stock for artillery or cavalry, to all use the Washington dentist's priming pellet tape. Washington, T o H o n . Jefferson Secretary of War Ordnance Office June 26, 1855 Davis Sir: I h a v e the h o n o r to submit the report of the proceedings and r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s of the Ordnance B o a r d , in regard to the establishment of n e w m o d e l s for the small arms of our military service.
Perhaps Stanton was heavy-handed in many of his methods, but this straightline backing up of his subordinate appointees reflects an unbending impartiality in his conscience. The Commissioners had checked into the serviceability of these Prussian guns, arms likely George Schuyler had inspected and purchase. S. musket cap. 70, weight 11 pounds. The plan of alteration from flint to percussion, of both lock and barrel, has, I believe, secured as much strength and durability as can be obtained in an altered arm.