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    Dears devs', i would llike to know if it should be possible to integrate ingame Cobb's Legion uniforms? i ask you because they were on south mountain and bloody Lane. Also i did some searches about Cobb's Uniform.
    https://militaryimages.atavist.com/g...ay-spring-2020
    https://sites.google.com/site/kevinw...eorgia-brigade
    https://cowanauctions.com/lot/confed...s-legion-40811
    https://vault.georgiaarchives.org/di...n/flag/id/107/
    https://civilwartalk.com/threads/day...fantry.122925/
    more the historical book about Cobb's Legion:
    http://cobbslegioninfantry.com/

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    It would be nice to have Company A, Clinch Rifles, It was a Rifle Unit that was part of the 5th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. and It was on the Confederate Side. Here is information about them and their uniforms and a few imagines of them. 1953cf8ca1c3533180b6b95592659df0.jpgb3c061e30a3b2528f714d0370230091f.jpg5872b6f41ba57bd772411091c6763d66.jpgb27c07c976ae756036bdec42f518c5d4.jpg92e4400e44446ee071ea2a9e98334604.jpg83ade8605c0a998a62d62bbaeda7b837--rifles-war.jpg6.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheobaldWolfe_Tone View Post
    It would be nice to have Company A, Clinch Rifles, It was a Rifle Unit that was part of the 5th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. and It was on the Confederate Side. Here is information about them and their uniforms and a few imagines of them. 1953cf8ca1c3533180b6b95592659df0.jpgb3c061e30a3b2528f714d0370230091f.jpg5872b6f41ba57bd772411091c6763d66.jpgb27c07c976ae756036bdec42f518c5d4.jpg92e4400e44446ee071ea2a9e98334604.jpg83ade8605c0a998a62d62bbaeda7b837--rifles-war.jpg6.jpg
    Sadly, the game is about the Maryland Campaign of 1862 and does not feature the western theatre. The 5th Georgia Volunteer Infantry was not active at Antietam and won't be featured.

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    Unlikely there were many Confederate companies still wearing early war garb such as that by Summer '62, anyway. Pretty much everyone was depot or commutation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bl1zzt3r View Post
    To whom it may concern,
    I bring forth a few small nitpicks I have with some player models from both of the cavalry regiments (4thPA & 6thPA) those being the positioning of the saber, lack of spurs on brogans, and blankets being carried by troopers in 6thPA.

    The lack of spurs is something that caught my attention almost immediately when I first decided to start a Cavalry regiment. Upon inspecting each and every model of both units I noticed that models that wear brogans instead of the issued 12inch boots lack the regulation M1859 spurs which were issued to all cavalry troopers and horse artillery troops. From most photos, I have seen cavalry troopers wearing what appear to be brogans all of them (or at least the majority) seem to have their spurs on as well.

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    The next item being the position of the saber when dismounted, currently, the saber is positioned incorrectly as to how it would have been when dismounted for both officers and troopers alike. Within every manual, they all say the exact same thing.

    Manual of arms, the saber being worn.

    "The troopers, having the saber hooked up with the hilt to the rear, are exercised at the manual of arms after the principles laid down in the second part of the lesson; they are then taught to draw the saber, to present it, and to return it."

    There is an illustration to showcase what it should look like however, I cannot download it for some reason. Basically, it is exactly facing the opposite way of how it currently is in-game.

    Lastly, the blankets on two private models of the 6th PA, I have yet to see a photo that shows dismounted cavalry troopers (or mounted) wearing their wool blankets across their chest like how the infantry would. Most of the troopers carried them on their horse attached to the rear of their saddle and even some of them used it as the saddle blanket itself getting rid of the issued blue and red patterned one. To me, it seems kinda silly that you would carry a blanket on your person when you wouldn't have to especially being a mounted soldier.

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    Also, a small request could you give all the troopers holsters however, keep the same limit to revolvers?
    Quoting so CG can see. (too lazy to retype)
    Jordan N. Johnson
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    5th United States Cavalry

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    Hi, I would like to suggest the introduction of the Lorenz "2nd type" with the adjustable sight. This version of the Lorenz was also sold to the armies of the Union and the Confederation

    Lorenz "2nd Type"
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    The adjustable sight:

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    Captain Davide Campi, 39th NY "Garibaldi Guard" Co. A

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