CUSTER: Missing Battlefield Firearms: In-Depth Reports

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Man At ARMS (NRA) Magazine - Volume: 17 Number: 37 Month: August 1995

entire magazine devoted to

The m issing B attlefield F irearms

Following C uster's D efeat

at the

Battle of the L ittle B ighorn

(a.k.a. Custer's Last Stand )

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This is the National Rifle Association (NRA) sixty-four page magazine, " Man at Arms ", for the month of August 1995. This is a superb issue, regarding "Custer's Last Stand". The entire magazine addresses the missing firearms following the battle. The feature articles are:

Missing Guns of the 7th Cavalry: A View from the Canadian Prairies

by Dr. Timothy C. Losey

Sub-Sections:

Arming the U.S. 7th Cavalry - New Weapons for Cheyenne and Lakota - The Lakota Exodus into Canada - The Scene at Wood Mountain - Famine Strikes the Canadian Prairies - Sitting Bull Surrenders - Warriors Without Arms - Other Evidence

A 7th Cavalry Nickel-Plated Smith & Wesson No. 3 Revolver

by Dick Harmon and Doug McChristian

Weapons with Spiritual Power

by Robert W. Smith

A Mystery - Who Got Custer's Remington?

by C. Vance Haynes, Jr.

Indian Guns of the Little Bighorn at the Rock Island Arsenal Museum

by Kris Gayman Leinicke

This magazine includes an extensive number of color and black & white photographs displaying the battlefield firearms that were recovered, years following the 1876 Little Bighorn Campaign.

This is a terrific reference tool for any students who research and study the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Custer's Last Stand.

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