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- slide, giving the gun a more elliptical recoil path. The BuffingtonCrozier Disappearing Carriage (1893) represented the zenith of disappearing gun carriages...
- powerful weaponry, two 10-inch (254 mm) M1895 disappearing guns on Buffington-Crozier carriages. Batteries Hall and Woodruff each mounted two 6-inch (152 mm)...
- ‹ The template Infobox military person is being considered for merging. › Adelbert Rinaldo Buffington (November 22, 1837 – July 11, 1922) was a United...
- ‹ The template Infobox military person is being considered for merging. › William Crozier (Carrollton, Ohio, February 19, 1855 – November 11, 1942) was...
- on simple non-disappearing barbette carriages until the M1896 Buffington-Crozier carriage was developed for the 12-inch gun. Although a few installations...
- on Buffington-Crozier disappearing carriages Battery Chamberlin, Presidio of San Francisco. Four-gun battery, with one of the few Buffington-Crozier disappearing...
- on simple non-disappearing barbette carriages until the M1896 Buffington-Crozier carriage was developed for the 12-inch gun. Although a few other installations...
- was deplo**** at Fort Michie on a unique version of the Buffington-Crozier disappearing carriage, with the elevation increased to 30 degrees and a rare...
- A drawing of an M1896 BuffingtonCrozier disappearing carriage for 10-inch guns, showing in-battery and loading positions...
- had two 12-inch breech-loading rifles, Model 1895, on Buffington-Crozier "disappearing" carriages Model 1897. It was named for Colonel George Mendell,...
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