musketry

[ muhs-ki-tree ]
/ ˈmʌs kɪ tri /

noun

Military. the technique of bringing fire from a group of rifle and automatic weapons to bear on specified targets.
muskets collectively.
musketeers collectively.

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Origin of musketry

From the French word mousqueterie, dating back to 1640–50. See musket, -ry
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British Dictionary definitions for musketry

musketry
/ (ˈmʌskɪtrɪ) /

noun

muskets or musketeers collectively
the technique of using small arms
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