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 Posted: Sun Jul 24th, 2011 01:39 pm
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Hellcat, you are correct I found this happened at Fort Stevens. There seem's to be some dispute over the actual event's. I am kinda guessing, but I think I read my first account of this in Civil War Time's magazine. There was a plaque erected in 1920 by survivors of the sixth army corp. http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=901 I guess thier is no way to now for sure how far this shot actualy was. Mark, A confederate sniper rifle procured in small quantities from blockade runners, was the 45. caliber British Whitworh, fitted with a telescopic sight, it was said to be accurate at 1,500 yard's. Thank's for all the help. Pender

Last edited on Sun Jul 24th, 2011 02:04 pm by pender

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