Flintlocks and percussion firearms.
All are reproductions, about half I built or made period correct. Cleaning is actually simple, pour hot water down the barrel a couple of times then hit it with some oil, very, very little oil. The hot water evaporates off the metal almost as fast as it's poured out. Slow to shoot is correct especially the rifled long guns, I swab the barrel with a damp patch then a dry patch after each shot to clean out the fouling. I don't really have to do that but it just makes it easier to load the next ball. The one on top is an Indian (India) made 1st pattern Long Land Musket, AKA the British Brown Bess. It's a .74 caliber smooth bore, much faster to load and fire but not very accurate.Sweet. Are those old, authentic, or reproductions?
Those guns didn't go obsolete because they were wimpy, just slow to shoot / clean.
The colt walker is still the strongest hand gun ever issued to US soldiers.
Yup! You're totally right. My bad. Guess it's been too long since I've watched food TV.Made me google it
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