WHAT WE DO.........

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PIKE

The Pike was one of the most commonly used weapons on the Civil War battlefield. The pike was a long wooden shaft roughly sixteen feet long with a steel point on the end. Pike could be very effective especially when used in a group.............

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SHOTTE

Musketeers made up about two thirds of the infantry and, unlike the pikemen, they wore no armour. The musket was used by infantry and dragoons.  Most muskets used by the infantry were four feet long matchlocks.......

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ARTILLERY

For those of you that want to play a big role in the battle but don't feel energetic enough to cope with Shotte or Pike, why not be part of our Artillery crew - a completely different experience.......

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OTHER ROLES

The drums and colours act as a central rallying point for the troops both on and off the field. This was very important in Civil war times.......or...For a somewhat quieter but no less important a role, camp following could be for you.

If you have young children or a disability you can find your niche here. Roles include water carrying and First Aid on the field of battle......

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