Life NRA,SUVCW # 48,Legion 352
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|Bama there were quite a few more than that w/, IIRC, Forrest providing the most routes of infantry, though Mosby did a couple as well as Stuart. On the US side I can think of three off hand but the particulars are in the wind, I'm tempted two of the three were eastern boys in 64/65 time frame. As a note Sabre charges were fairly rare... but Minty wiped the walls w/ Wheeler with a well timed sabre charge.
Terry's Tx Rangers went to war w/ their personal sidearms which were literally a little of everything and as the war progressed they upgraded as circumstances permitted. By 65 they were still carrying, literally, almost every type of firearm available to both sides.