Detail of the King's Colours.
Not deserted, just time out for a spot of tea.
Cimarron 1872 .44 Colt and 1860 .44 Special as they come from the factory.
Nelson's death at Trafalgar 1805. Nelson was shot by a French musket, and avenged by Signals Midshipman Pollard with a musket.
Eating Monsieur Crapaud's lunch.
Some of the firearm photos are © FMG Publications, since they were taken by me to illustrate stories I have written for GUNS Magazine. Everything else is © Jeff John. All rights reserved, whether my copyright or FMG's!
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