The standard brass F trumpet (adopted February 15, 1879) was regulation for all foot troops. Bugles for mounted troops had a detachable C crook furnished. Available now for the first time, this variation of the regulation bugles (called trumpets in army regulations) is a remarkable instrument. With the C crook detached, the bugle is 16 long, 4 wide at the center. The bell is 4 ½. When C crook is added, the bugle is 19 long. Mouthpiece furnished.
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