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Warner, James

Name Street Town State From To
Warner, James   Springfield Massachusetts 1851 1864


Patent Date Remarks
7,894 January 7, 1851 Improved Means for Revolving the Breeches of Repeating Fire-Arms
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8,229 July 15, 1851 Improvement in Revolving-Breech Fire-Arms
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15,202 June 24, 1856 Improvement in Fire-Arms
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17,904 July 28, 1857 Improvement in Revolving Fire-Arms
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37,782 February 24, 1863 Improvement in Sights for Fire-Arms
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41,732 February 23, 1864 Improvement in Breech-Loading Fire-Arms
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45,660 December 27, 1864 Improvement in Breech-Loading Fire-Arms
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RE 2223 April 10, 1866 Improvement in Revolving Fire-Arms, J.J. Greenough, assignee of James Warner
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Contract for
GOvernment 4001 Warner carbines during the Civil War


Product
Born in 1818, died in 1870. Brother of Thomas Warner. As his brother he worked for the Springfield Armory Co.

.36 caliber percussion, Navy model, side hammer resembled the Leavitt, two triggers of which the first turned the cylinder, with hammer

.44 caliber percussion, Army model, side hammer resembled the Leavitt, two triggers of which the first turned the cylinder, with hammer

.36 caliber percussion, Navy later model, side hammer resembled the Leavitt, two triggers of which the first turned the cylinder, the hammer was reduced to a latch

.44 caliber percussion, Army later model, side hammer resembled the Leavitt, two triggers of which the first turned the cylinder, the hammer was reduced to a latch

? caliber, Pocket Revolver

Pocket left side
Pocket right side

.28 caliber percussion revolver, 3 " octagonal barrel

.28 caliber left side
.28 caliber right side

.28 caliber percussion revolver, doulbe-triggered. Only 350 were made.

In courtesy of Marcel

.31 caliber percussion, Belt revolver, 4" round barrel, solid frame

with shortend barrel left side

with 4" barrel, left side
with 4" barrel, right side

.40 caliber revolving carbines

Warner Revolving Rifle, 6 shot, production is estimated between 50 and 100 guns, very similar to that of Nichols & CHild. Some were hand revolving, some automatically revolved by cocking the hammer. One model is known with the nipples entering from the side.

rifle, right side

His revolvers were similair to Charles Warner but there relationship is unknown.

.52 warner (56-50 Spencer) caliber single shot percussion rifle, the lock is blocked by a seperat hammer, marked on the left side JAMES WARNER SPRINGFDIELD MASS, WARNER'S PATENT, about 4000 made by Springfield Arms Co., Sprinfgield Massachusetts during the Civil War.

left side
right side
lock
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