Cva Buckhorn Magnum
I just traded for a cva buckhorn magnum BP rifle and was curious if they are any good. Its brand new never shot, except for 3 primers, never loaded. The three primers were from me. The thing that bothers me is the way the thing works. I'm new to BP guns so bare with me. The bolt has to be open for the gun to fire, which just don't seem kosher to me. Pull the trigger and the bolt slams forward and the primer goes off. When the primer goes off the bolt will come part way open and blows fire out. Is that normal? Is it safe to shoot? What will happen with a powder charge in it? Will it blow the bolt open and shoot more fire out or will it damage the gun? Sorry for the dumb questions but I'd rather be safe than sorry!
Definition of gun control:
USING BOTH HANDS AND HITTING YOUR TARGET!!!