Diferenças entre edições de "Virginia Manufactory of Arms"

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Em 23 de janeiro de [[1798]], um ato da Assembleia Geral da Virgínia estabeleceu a ''Virginia Manufactory of Arms'' para garantir um fornecimento confiável de armamentos para a milícia estadual.<ref name="VHS On this Day"/><ref name="Lost Virginia">{{citar livro|last=Green|first=Bryan Clark|title=Lost Virginia: Vanished Architecture of the Old Dominion|year=2001|publisher=Howell Press|location=Charlottesville, Virginia|isbn=1-57427-127-X|pages=96–97|author2=Calder Loth |author3=William M.S. Rasmussen }}</ref> Em [[1821]], quando a produção cessou, outras fontes confiáveis ​​de armas de fogo existiam, e a Assembleia Geral sentiu que a produção no arsenal não era mais necessária, embora mantivesse sua função de armazenamento.
 
Durante esse período de aproximadamente duas décadas, de [[1802]] a [[1821]], a ''Virginia Manufactory'' produziu uma variedade de armas, incluindo cerca de 4.000 pistolas, 58.000 mosquetes e 2.000 rifles, todos de [[pederneira]], além de cerca de 10.000 sabres e 300 canhões.<ref name=clghlrsnl>{{citar web |url=https://collegehillarsenal.com/confederate-richmond-33-rifle-very-rare |título=Confederate Richmond 33 Rifle |publicado=College Hill Arsenal |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
 
Essas armas eram identificadas como ''"Virginia Manufactory"'', e entre elas destacaram-se as seguintes:
* "Virginia Manufactory Model 1797 Percussion Conversion Musket"<ref name=nmah-03>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_438518 |título=Virginia Manufactory Model 1797 Percussion Conversion Musket |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
* "Virginia Manufactory Pistol 1st Model" (1808)<ref name=nmah-01>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_438598 |título=Virginia Manufactory Pistol 1st Model |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref> e 2nd Model (1812),<ref name=nmah-02>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_438599 |título=Virginia Manufactory Pistol Second Model |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
* "Virginia Manufactory 1808 Contract Flintlock Rifle"<ref name=nmah-04>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_469494 |título=Virginia Manufactory 1808 Contract Flintlock Rifle |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
* "Virginia Manufactory 1812 Contract Flintlock Rifle"<ref name=imausa-01>{{citar web |url=https://www.ima-usa.com/products/original-u-s-m1812-style-virginia-manufactory-2nd-model-75-flintlock-musket-dated-1820?variant=31157019869253 |título=Virginia Manufactory 1812 Contract Flintlock Rifle |publicado=International Military Antiques |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
* "Virginia Manufactory Second Model Flintlclock Musket" (1815)<ref name=nmah-05>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_414777 |título=Virginia Manufactory Second Model Flintlclock Musket |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
* "Virginia Manufactory Model 1816 Flintlock Musket" (1st Model<ref name=nmah-06>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_417537 |título=Virginia Manufactory Model 1816 Flintlock Musket |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref> e 2nd Model<ref name=nmah-07>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_414605 |título=Virginia Manufactory Model 1816 2nd Model Percussion Conversion Musket |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>)
* "Virginia Manufactory Model 1819 Percussion Conversion Musket"<ref name=nmah-08>{{citar web |url=https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_417311 |título=Virginia Manufactory Model 1819 Percussion Conversion Musket |publicado=National Museum of American History |autor= |data= |acessodata=03/03/2021 |citacao=}}</ref>
 
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<gallery widths="250px" heights="150px" caption="Algumas das armas da Virginia Manufactory">
File:Virginia Manufactory Model 1797 Percussion Conversion Musket-NMAH-AHB2015q027150.jpg|1797 Percussion Conversion Musket
File:Virginia Manufactory Pistol 1st Model-NMAH-AHB2014q110664.jpg|Pistol 1st Model (1808)
File:Virginia Manufactory 1808 Contract Flintlock Rifle-NMAH-AHB2015q037944.jpg|1808 Contract Flintlock Rifle
File:Virginia Manufactory Second Model Flintlclock Musket-NMAH-AHB2015q037956.jpg|Second Model Flintlclock Musket (1815)
File:Virginia Manufactory Model 1816 Flintlock Musket-NMAH-AHB2015q037167.jpg|1816 Flintlock Musket 1st Model
File:Virginia Manufactory Model 1819 Percussion Conversion Musket-NMAH-AHB2015q027506.jpg|1819 Percussion Conversion Musket
</gallery>
</div>
 
[[Imagem:Virginia, Richmond. Ruins of Arsenal - NARA - 533364.jpg|thumb|right|280px|Vista interna das ruínas do ''Richmond Arsenal'' onde podem ser vistas várias pilhas de balas de canhão de diferentes calibres.]]
==Ligações externas==
* [http://www.mdgorman.com/index.html Civil War Richmond]
* [http://www.american-firearms.com/american-firearms/z-html/company-V/Virginia%20Manufactory/Virginia%20Manufactory.html Virginia Manufactory]
* [https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/74/3218/virginia-manufactory-flintlock-musket-with-36-inch-barrel Virginia Manufactory Flintlock Musket with 36 Inch Barrel]
* [https://collegehillarsenal.com/confederate-altered-virginia-manufactory-rifle Confederate Altered Virginia Manufactory Rifle]
 
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