Regulator re-enactor with musket and bayonet

Regulator re-enactor with musket and bayonet

This historical re-enactor is dressed as a Regulator, a participant in a 1764–1771 North Carolina uprising against the corrupt colonial government in the state. He holds a musket, a muzzle-loaded long gun, with a bayonet attached to the muzzle. A bayonet is a sharp weapon that can be attached to the muzzle of a gun and used to stab enemies in close combat.

Regulator re-enactor with musket and bayonet
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