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Cody Firearms Museum

Makers: Forsyth
Names: roller, right, primer, Other, lock
Subjects: birds, sun, flowers
Date:ca. 1805-1820
Dimensions:L: 4.875 in, width: 1.75 in, H: 2.375 in
Inscription:[lockplate:] - FORSYTH & Co.; -- PATENT -- [lower back of roller primer holder:] R; 102
Remarks:a-lock; b-roller primer holder; sectionalized. | Rev. Alexander Forsyth, a Scottish minister, was an avid sportsman and inventor. His invention of the percussion ignition system was the most important development in the evolution of firearms since the introduction of gunpowder.
Accession Number:1983.6.1
Makers
Forsyth
Names
roller, right, primer, Other, lock
Subjects
birds, sun, flowers
Date:
ca. 1805-1820
Dimensions:
L: 4.875 in, width: 1.75 in, H: 2.375 in
Inscription:
[lockplate:] - FORSYTH & Co.; -- PATENT -- [lower back of roller primer holder:] R; 102
Remarks:
a-lock; b-roller primer holder; sectionalized. | Rev. Alexander Forsyth, a Scottish minister, was an avid sportsman and inventor. His invention of the percussion ignition system was the most important development in the evolution of firearms since the introduction of gunpowder.
Accession Number:
1983.6.1

As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum.
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