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Author Topic: Swedish M1775 cavalry  (Read 7436 times)

06. June 2016 kl. 20:45:16
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I got a change to shoot the M1815 cavalry model.

Since these seem to be quite expensive and for continuous training I would prefer musket made out of modern steel, has anyone made replicas of these? Are there good drawings available for a build or which of the Pedersoli replicas would be the best to start with?
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08. June 2016 kl. 18:59:37
Reply #1


Now I'm considering to build this musket from scratch. Has anyone ever disassembled the whole musket and taken good pictures and/or measusements of the parts?

The barrel would be Lothar Walther half choke 12 gauge shotgun barrel (~18 mm) turned into the right contour. What are the barrel dimensions? Does anyone know the original plug thread type?
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09. June 2016 kl. 8:09:45
Reply #2

jæger justnæs

Wouldn't it be easiest to take measures from the original one at hand?
I reckon it's a rather long shot to assume there are drawings available for reconstruction. Nice looking piece :-)
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09. June 2016 kl. 19:49:19
Reply #3


Unfortunately I have to find out who the owner is and ask if I can take some measurements. Still I'm not sure if the owner is willing to dissassemble the whole gun just for this.

14. June 2016 kl. 14:40:07
Reply #4


Luckily I found out who the owner is and now I am able to take some measurements and closer pictures. Unfortunately the topic is not correct, since the musket is model 1775 cavalry.

15. June 2016 kl. 7:18:19
Reply #5

jæger justnæs

Ah, I read the first post as if you owned the musket.
I really hope you get a chance to make a copy, Wiley.
Changing the thread title, please let me know if you want me to edit it :-)
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15. June 2016 kl. 7:26:08
Reply #6

jæger justnæs

I have an M1778 Dragongevär in what they called pistol caliber, somewhere around .62. As I understand they used small bores for some of the models for dragoons and cavalry. Do you have any idea of the caliber on the 1775?
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15. June 2016 kl. 19:41:04
Reply #7


Thanks for the topic. The caliber is 16 mm. Therefore, 16 gauge full choke shotgun barrel would be good. I'll get more images and information probably next week.

13. August 2017 kl. 12:44:38
Reply #8


Now I have some pictures, but I also found website about building a lock: http://www.ctmuzzleloaders.com/ctml_experiments/mantonlock/mantonlock.html