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Photo: Various muzzle-loading arms, to scale; numbers 1, 10, and 11 are identified as carbines (Encyclopædia Britannica, 1910).

Taken from 1910 The Encyclopædia Britannica, page 719. Shows a number of various types of muzzle-loading guns: 16th century German carbine, with double wheel lock Snaphance William III Brown Bess George II Brown Bess George III Brown Bess French Napoleon 1839 British percussion musket Blunderbuss or musketoon, early 18th century Large blunderbuss, 1750 Flintlock cavalry carbine, 1875 Percussion carbine, 1830