How To Become A Locksmith

Locksmithing Secrets

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The Dreyse pistols were designed by Louis Schmeisser, a designer-engineer in the employ of the Sommerda Division of the Rheinische Metallwaren u. Maschinenfabrik. This firm, originally bearing the name Nikolaus von Dreyse, was organized to manufacture a breech-loading arm invented by von Dreyse and adopted for German military use in 1841. Von Dreyse, the son of a master locksmith, was born in Sommerda in 1787 and died in 1867. For his distinguished services to his country he was made a Geheimrat, a much prized German honor in the last century.

From Flintlocks To Modern Sporting

Gradually, down through the years, a village grew up around the factory, consisting first of one-story log cabins painted the traditional red of the Swedish farm country, with typical white window frames and corners. In each cabin lived a locksmith's family, with pa's workshop in the back yard where he worked from dawn to dusk producing sidelocks for the military muskets, using the Husqvarna barrels. Sons grew up at the father's anvil and vise, and so was founded the proud tradition of Husqvarna craftsmanship. Just as naturally, the original barrel-drilling works grew into a complete arms factory. Alongside the cabins of the locksmiths, other cabins were built for stockmakers, and within a few years, Husqvarna village began placing finished service arms in the hands of Swedish soldiers.

Dreyse pistols

Finger Analysis For Firearms Prototypes

The Dreyse pistols were designed by Louis Schmeisser, a designer-engineer in the employ of the Sommerda Division of the Rheinische Metallwaren u. Maschinenfabrik. This firm, originally bearing the name Nikolaus von Dreyse, was organized to manufacture a breech-loading arm invented by von Dreyse and adopted for German military use in 1841. Von Dreyse, the son of a master locksmith, was born in Sommerda in 1787 and died in 1867. For his distinguished services to his country he was made a Geheimrat, a much prized German honor in the last century.

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