About the 17th Century Prussia adopted the new flintlock muskets for their armies. First imported from foreign European countries they were soon manufactured by the Königliche Preußische Gewehrfabrique BerlinSpandau, the Royal Prussian Rifle Factory. The model 1740 originates from the same year, when Frederick the Great became King of Prussia. It was used by all German troops during the 2nd half of the 18th Century and was the standard weapon of the Prussians during the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution.More information
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