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Tercios españoles

Collection by Georgius Enricus

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Georgius Enricus
Spanish Pikeman of the "Tercio de Asturias" in Europe By Augusto Ferrer Dalmau. Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Rpg, Conquistador, Renaissance, Military Art, Military History, Terra Nova, Thirty Years' War, Templer

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A replica century matchlock musket owned for twenty years by a veteran member of the Sealed Knot, an English Civil War re-enactment group Rifles, Black Powder Guns, Thirty Years' War, Musketeers, Toy Soldiers, Guns And Ammo, Shotgun, 17th Century, Firearms

A replica 17th century matchlock musket owned for twenty years by a veteran member of the Sealed Knot, an English Civil War re-enactment group

The matchlock is fired by means of a length of hemp cord called a slow match, hence the name of the musket type. The match is prepared by soaking it in a mixture of saltpetre (potassium nitrate, KNO3) and the lees of wine, though vinegar can be substituted for the latter. When lit a piece of slow match will burn slowly with just a hot ember on the end. The lit match is pressed into a clamp on the musket called a serpent. A little black powder is poured onto the circular pan and the musket…

by Lormet-Images on DeviantArt Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Conquest Of Mythodea, Renaissance, Larp, 17th Century Fashion, Thirty Years' War, Classical Period, Armadura Medieval

Lormet_Renaissance-0037 by Lormet-Images on DeviantArt

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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Ca. 1500 to Bandeliers for Arquebusiers and Musketeers 17th Century Clothing, Powder Horn, Musketeers, Crossbow, Ancient History, Firearms, Renaissance, Medieval, Guns

Ca. 1500 to 1650: Bandeliers for Arquebusiers and Musketeers - Ethnographic Arms & Armour

Ca. 1500 to 1650: Bandeliers for Arquebusiers and Musketeers European Armoury