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Fusil

 

a type of flintlock used from the 17th to the 19th centuries in the armies of Russia and other countries; it replaced the musket. Flintlocks were replaced by rifles in the mid-19th century.

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Another follow-on Fusile de Rempart modele 1842 soon emerged, again looking much like its predecessor, though the ramrod head was remodeled, a spur on the rear of the trigger-guard eliminated and the barrel fitted with a bar for a wavy-bladed yataghan-style bayonet.
For this story we were able to rustle up an excellent-condition Model 1840 Fusile de Rempart.
IN 1886, FRANCE ADOPTED one of the most important arms in the history of modern warfare, the Fusile Modele 1886 Lebel.
Se ha recibido un telegrama del general Serrano en que dice que lo fusile a usted.
Most of the French during the Napoleonic Wars were issued with the superb Fusile d'Infanterie Modele 1777 and its variant the Year Nine, so designated because it was adopted in the ninth year after the Revolution, in accordance with the new French calendar.
Nadie esta pidiendo que se le fusile, le deguelle o se le encarcele, simplemente se len piden explicaciones, lo cual es absolutamente legitimo.
The resulting new rifle was officially called the Fusile Modele 1866, but unofficially named the Chassepot, after its inventor, Antoine Alphonse Chassepot.
Es decir, Hacienda presenta querellas para que se consigne y se fusile antes de que cierre el proceso de investigacion, el cual concluye con el acta final.
69-caliber Fusile Modele 1822 T Bis (a percussion conversion from an older flintlock musket) and the Models 1842 and 1853-57, not to mention shorter rifles and carbines built on similar platforms, with their high, straight hammers, seemed to lend themselves to a side-swinging conversion, a la the Snider.