Whereupon his men cocked their fusils and aimed them at the windows.
The night was so dark, that I could discover nothing of the mêlée but by the blaze of the fusils.
Meanwhile, they had suddenly dropped their fusils, which immediately resumed their unoffensive position in the shoulder belt.
Grand Quarters,—az., five fusils conjoined in fesse or, for Percy ancient.
You may remember, I purchased some officer's fusils, had them packed in my presence, and sent with my own baggage to Havre.
Without a word of command, and with one accord a hundred fusils were pointed at the breast of the brave old Governor.
Four fusils in fess, each charged with an escallop (Cheney).
Originally those regiments armed with fusils, by whom, though the weapon is obsolete, the title is retained as a distinction.
The fesse indented or engrailed is made up of fusils as is the engrailed bend.
Montagu, earl of Salisbury, bore a fesse engrailed or indented of three fusils only, very few shields imitating this.