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U.S. Army Regulations Manual 1881
11/17/2011 - ONLINE Firearms Ephemera and Collectibles Timed Auction
Full title is Regulations of the Army of the United States and General Orders in Force February 17, 1881. Washington: GPO, 1881. 509pp, abridged edition.

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