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Re: Small arms in the regular army 1833

Mr. Farrington (why don't I use your first name-because my keyboard doesn't have the accent mark required to spell it correctly.)

Anyway, I'm pretty sure I saw entries labelled for dragoons. I didn't get a pic of a page that actually said that, but the page here may be a continuation sheet from a dragoon entry, perhaps you can tell. It lists companies "A" through "I." ??? One weapon tabulated was half-stocked Harper's Ferry rifles, the other was contract rifles, browned or unbrowned, can't read it too well. I'm not positive when I'll be going back, but be happy to check if I can.

I was looking at a website dedicated to the 1st Dragoons today but forgot to bookmark it. He seems to have quite a bit of info on the weapons.

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