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- Muzzleloading is the shooting sport of firing muzzleloading guns. Muzzleloading guns, both antique and reproduction, are used for target shooting, hunting...
- primer attached at the base. Unlike older muzzleloading mortars, which were loaded the same way as muzzleloading cannon, the modern mortar is fired by dropping...
- A black powder substitute is a replacement for black powder used in muzzleloading and cartridge firearms. Black powder substitutes offer a number of advantages...
- where some of today's most skilled muzzleloading craftsmen set up to sell their wares covering all aspects of muzzleloading. The site also includes two camping...
- barrel list also includes shotgun barrels in 28, 20, and 12 gauge, and muzzleloading barrels in .45, .50 caliber, and 12 gauge using #209 shotgun primers...
- artillery, but naval artillery and siege artillery were other types of muzzleloading artillery), used before, and even for some time after, breech-loading...
- vent, is a small hole near the rear portion (breech) of a cannon or muzzleloading gun—that is, the part where the combustion of the powder charge occurs...
- a group of forums serving the interests of builders of traditional muzzleloading arms, with over 3000 members including most of the top builders alive...
- Antique firearms can be divided into two basic types: muzzleloading and cartridge firing. Muzzleloading antique firearms are not generally owned with the...
- (aside from shotguns, large game hunting rifles, and heavy caliber muzzleloading "rampart" or "wall guns" po****r in the early to mid 19th century European...
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