to the following people for donating images. Without their
generous contributions, this site would not be
- Allen Fuchs from Placerville, California. My friend Allen is the website's new graphic designer. Look for his work to be gracing these pages in the future!
Ransley from Australia provided the scans of the
Boxer-Henry .45 Caliber Load Data.
- Tristan my
"friend in the antique gun disease". Tristan provided
some great pics of his carbine's leather rear sight
protector. His detailed photos enabled me to have a
reproduction made for my MkI Carbine...thanks
- Randy Shoker
in Ohio. Randy is a frequent contributor to the
Martini-Henry Collector's Forum, and has supplied many
images from his collection, including the Mark II with
the offset markings on the
section of the
from Australia. Ian is the author of many references
relating to British and Commonwealth firearms, including
"A Treatise on the British Military Martini", THE defacto
reference on the Martini-Henry. Ian has been a tremendous
help, as well as a source of inspiration. He authorized
the use of graphics from Volume 3 of the Treatise and are
used all over this website, predominantly in the
- Southern Armorer from the
Collector's Forum. He
provided the information for the "Quick Breechblock
Disassembly" featured on the Illustrated
Martini Disassembly portion
of the site.
- David Harris from Canada.
David provided a great shot of his Mark IV's "DIKPOL"
- Jeffrey Hayes provided a
great picture of P1876 scabbards, as well as setting me
straight with regards to some misinformation I had on the
bayonets page regarding the three Marks of scabbards used
with the P1876.
- Tony Edwards provided the
wonderful scans of M-H cartridge variants on the
- MAJ Rob McLain provided images of his rifle for use on the Khyber Pass Martini Page.
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