Blackpowder shooting

  • The vampire hunters' pistol
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    Now this is something interesting we have hidden in the most secret drawer of the Boss. This pistol is for you if you are travelling to Transylvania. Just don't forget to check the local gun laws, and hunting season for vampires. :)   The caliber is .45, the barrel is rifled for looooong range accuracy. Equipped with an underhammer percussion lock for fast and reliable ignition. Silver bullets and onion are not included. ;) [gallery link="file" columns="2" ids="87,88,89,90"]

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  • Selecting the accurate Minié ball load in 13 easy steps
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    [caption id="attachment_72" align="alignnone" width="474"] Pedersoli 3 band Enfield on display[/caption] Choose a mold that drops 0,001” bigger balls than the land to land diameter of your bore. Size the bullet to 0,001” under your land to land diameter. For slower twist like the 1:72” of the Springfield, 1:78” of the Enfield choose a shorter bullet between 450-530 grains, for faster twists liket the 1:48” of the Enfield 2 band rifle you can go for heavier ones as well. Choose a...

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  • Shooting the Traditional Hawken rifle
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    These rifles are available in .50 and .54 calibers both in flintlock and percussion. We started manufacturing an economy line of traditional Hawken rifles for hunters, fun shooters and newcomers in the blackpowder World. Here is on of the first reviews. This one is done by the Capandball guys.   [gallery columns="4" link="file" ids="33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,32,31,29"]

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  • Shooting the Kodiak Express double rifle
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    Our Kodiak Express rifle is an effective hunting arm, and it is unique on the market. Here is the range report on the latest model.     [gallery link="file" columns="4" ids="10,11,12,13,14,15,16"]

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