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which consisted of a small core of foot musketeers and artillerymen,but was a primarily cavalry-based force armed with lances, swords, and bows which were mostlysupplied from the nomadic tribes of the controlled regions. For many years there had been a general reluctanceamongst the military elites on the usage of gunpowder weapons mainly due to the fact thatfor centuries the main standard of warfare in Persia and Central Asia revolved aroundhorse archers. Unlike their European counterparts which reliedon the crushing effects of a direct heavy cavalry charge in dense formations and theusage of firearms for their dragoons,

cavalrymen in the east utilized loosely-formed lightcavalry armed with bows. This is also why eastern infantry in thisperiod did not see the need in equipping bayonets. This was the case for three reasons: One wasthat horses made great targets for enemy muskets, and many did not want to risk losing theirhorses which the troops themselves paid for. Nader Shah subsequently supplied horses tohis cavalry at his own expense in order to resolve this issue. Another was that bows offered a much fasterrate of fire as opposed to firearms,

which were much more awkward and difficult to load on horseback. The second was for a deeper cultural reason;to the Persians, the firearm was seen as a dirty and dishonorable weapon, whereas weapons such as the lance and bow were viewed as more noble. Nader had a complete opposite attitude towards gunpowder weapons, and decided to utilize the full potential of these firearms in order to defeat all of Persia’s many enemies,

beginning a new revolution in the military. Since the time of the Safavids, the musket-armed infantry of the army were the Tofangchi (تفنگچی), now greatly expanded under Nader. The entire infantry corps of the Afsharid Had a standardised uniform of blue tunics and red trousers with a tall hat referred to as kolāh-e Nāderi (کلاهِ نادری). The Tofangchi also carried melee weapons such as either a long khanjar dagger or the Persian shamshir curved sword. The Jazāyerchi (جزایرچی) were a newly implemented corp of elite musketeers that wielded Jazāyer (جزایر)

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flintlock muskets of a heavier calibre than those of the Tofangchi or even by their European counterparts, alongwith shamshirs for melee weapons. The average European musket weighed around 5 kilograms and fired a shot only 18 millimetres in diameter, whereas the jazāyer weighed almost 18 kilograms and fired a shot 24 millimetres in diameter, although one drawback was thatit took longer to reload. Nader placed much greater emphasis on continuous training and drilling in order to fire and maneuver as if they were parts of a single organism.

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