Firearms at the Civil War Museum in Fort Worth, Texas

jerryaustin

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These are a smattering of fire arms at the museum,
Colt
Joselyn
Rogers & Spencer
Remington
Allen & Wheelock
Whitney

Henry
Smith
Burnside
Star
Gallager

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I visited that museum in 2019. Quite a collection of relics/artifacts.
 

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I visited that museum in 2019. Quite a collection of relics/artifacts.
Was that when we all visited there as a group, or was that a different time? I've forgotten how long ago it was the Texas members of CWT met there for a "private" tour by Joe Walker and other museum volunteers and staff.
 

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Was that when we all visited there as a group, or was that a different time? I've forgotten how long ago it was the Texas members of CWT met there for a "private" tour by Joe Walker and other museum volunteers and staff.
The Hood's Texas Brigade Association Re-activated symposium was right next door to the museum. We got a private reception/tour from the museum owner/curator.
 
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