Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller

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Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller

Postby Ju » 22 Aug 2012 17:44

"Maniement de la baïonnette, appliqué à l’attaque et à la défense de l’infanterie"
Capitaine A.Muller, 1828

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByGICce ... 00Rk0/edit

I put this here, because the link in the website of JF Gilles was broken.
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Re: Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller, 1835

Postby admin » 29 Aug 2012 16:55

Not available?
http://www.antique-swords.co.uk/

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Re: Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller

Postby Ju » 29 Aug 2012 17:51

Sorry, i put the broken link^^
Now, it's better.
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Re: Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller, 1835

Postby admin » 29 Aug 2012 19:45

Thanks, this is a fascinating manual - i love that they have a different formation against lancers, as opposed to hussars.
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Re: Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller

Postby Ju » 29 Aug 2012 20:16

Yes, fascinating, but so controversial, some other bayonnet authors consider it as a plagiarism, or missed and unenforceable, including one of this cool formations ;
Gomard, an other french author, say's they are (in 1849) three method of bayonet fencing, in France, J.Pinette's method, Orléan's hunters method and Muller's method, but this last is no merit to be studied^^
But it's an author point of view, so not really objective :wink:
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Re: Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller, 1835

Postby Thearos » 20 Jan 2013 04:22

Note the teaching of two-handed stick fighting, as preliminary training. Good masters to be found in S. France.
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Re: Maniement de la baïonnette, Muller

Postby Ju » 07 Aug 2013 16:14

The second edition (with few modifications)

Extracted for the first time from Bibliothèque Nationale de France :

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByGICce ... djM0E/edit
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