It's a proven fact that flintlocks are more dangerous than caplocks. Up until around 1840, more people were killed with flintlocks than caplocks!:D
Ya the old ones are like ready made jerky.
I would think the maximum pressure would be what it takes to get the projectile started moving down the barrel. From there on out I think it would...
Wow! You must have been in that chair for a while if you need tools to get out of it.:D
Nice! Looks like it's a shooter.:)
Alrighty then. Maybe you should use a different brand of powder.;)
This is how Pedersoli does it:
I use Thermacell too, but I wonder how safe it is around black powder since it does have a flame inside.
As a matter of fact I do. I get my patches damp with WD-40 and let them dry out a little. It works really good for me as basically a dry patch lube.
It cant be the trigger adjustment screw if it won't stay cocked out of the rifle.
You got that right. Ballistol will take my breath away.
If the whole country turned into California, that would be the end of the whole country!
Nice! Ya if you did a re-finish on that and browned the barrel, you would have a real winner. Let us know how it shoots for you.
Whatever I get, I like one with a narrow spout. It's easier to poor powder into a powder measure without spilling it. I also tether the plug to...
Mostly small game hunting and target shooting for me.
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