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Re: Small arms in the regular army 1833

Once again my grateful thanks John.
I will follow up these leads as I can.

Concerning the arms marked "N.A. browned" etc. I believe but don't know for certain that the "N.A." stands for "National Armory" - which would seem to indicate arms produced at Springfield or Harper's Ferry?
A small return for your kindness but hope that it helps a little.

Dušan

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