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The most common Enfield rifle used by the Confederates was the Pattern 1853 Enfield, which was a British-made muzzle-loading rifle. The Confederacy imported large quantities of these rifles from Britain to supplement their own domestically produced arms. The Pattern 1853 Enfield was prized for its accuracy and reliability, and it saw widespread use by both Union and Confederate forces during the conflict.


The American Civil War, which lasted from 1861 to 1865, was a significant conflict fought between the northern states (the Union) and the southern states (the Confederacy) of the United States. The primary cause of the war was the issue of slavery and its expansion into new territories, which had created deep political, economic, and social divisions between the northern and southern states.


The conflict began with the secession of southern states following the election of Abraham Lincoln, who opposed the expansion of slavery into new U.S. territories. The first shots were fired at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, in April 1861. The war saw major battles fought across the eastern and western theaters, with some of the most notable including Gettysburg, Antietam, and Vicksburg

Confederate Enfield


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