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Discussion in 'Firearms News, Reviews, and Featured Articles' started by Patches, Nov 4, 2018.
Four rounds at one time. It appesrs that there is a magazine on the left side of the rifle.
I think it has to do with global warming...controling emissions and such.
I use caseless ammunition in my black powder revolver and in a muzzle loading rifle!!
That system worked for quite a while in military assault weapons...many years ago.
Okay, 'ya got me!!
Cap and ball revolvers: Jump to @ 7 minutes to see how it's loaded.
Black powder rifles:
No cartridges. The cylinder chambers on the revolver make the case; the barrel on the rifle forms the case. Just powder, bullet, wad, and a percussion cap.
I just finished a Track of the Wolf English Fowler in .60 / 20 ga but have not had a chance to fire it yet. Although I have built, and own, a number of front stuffers (flint and Goex are the only way to go as far as I am concerned) I have never loaded or fired an ML shotgun and am looking forward to it. Also, I do a lot of research on the French and Indian War (Seven years War in Europe) and so doing the latest build was a labor of love.
Keep your powder dry!