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The Pre-2nd Amendment File


planeflyer21
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Since anti-gunners love to say "The founding fathers meant 'muskets' when they said 'arms and had no idea about repeating firearms," this is the place to put all the pre-1792 repeating firearms/weapons.

Use this for your resource.  Post on facebook or whatever else you post onto.

 

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1 hour ago, MikedaddyH said:

16 to 1 advantage makes a difference.

Yeah it does.  I've handled the Italian replicas of the old iron and brass Henry.

Slide the magazine follower up to the muzzle end to full compression, twist about 90° (IIRC), then drop the rounds in until the magazine is full.  Twist the end back over and the follower snaps in behind that last round.

An enterprising soldier with a tube could have reloaded that magazine uber fast.

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I'm still in awe of this air rifle. The engineering, 1790 mind you, blows my mind. 1790!!! Great video planeflyer. :thumbup:

On 8/26/2016 at 11:00 AM, planeflyer21 said:

The Girandoni air rifle, equipped by the Austrian army in 1790, this 22-shot .46 caliber bad boy would blast through a 1" pine board at 100 yards.

 

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