By Wiley Sword. The British-made Enfield rifle was so valued by the South during the Civil War that blockade runners smuggled cargoes of these arms right up to the last days of the 2nd War of Independence. Chronicled on these pages is the story of just how these weapons reached the Confederate market. 120 pages, 6 7/8" x 9 1/2", hard bound.
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