What type of gun were in the American revolutionary war?
Muskets, with a bayonet at the end.
The last major battle of the American Revolutionary War was the battle and siege of British troops at Yorktown. The, under the command of General George Washington, American and French troops and artillery batteries forced the British to create a heavily defensive position with hopes of being rescued by the British navy. This was not to be as the French navy prevented any escape via sea for the Redcoats. This was the last major conflict…
Boston campaign (1774-76) Invasion of Canada (1775-76) New York and New Jersey campaigns (1776-77) Saratoga campaign (1777) Philadelphia campaign (1777-78) Yorktown campaign (1781) Northern theater of the American Revolutionary War after Saratoga (1778-81) Gulf Coast campaign (1779-82) Southern theater of the American Revolutionary War (1775-83) Western theater of the American Revolutionary War (1777-82) Caribbean theater of the American Revolutionary War (1778-83) Naval operations in the American Revolutionary War
The bloodiest war in American History was the Civil War, noted as being the first industrialized war ever. It featured many items later integrated into WWI, including the gatling gun and maxim gun. Mortars, which were used around the Revolutionary War sparingly, were applied here more often. And most of all, casualties affected both sides mutually since both sides were essentially American.