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flintlocks and cartridge guns

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Caleb Hobbs:
Jake brought up an interesting question about allowing flintlock rifles at a match. On the other end of the period, what about cartridge guns such as the Henry and Spencer? I'm curious, what does everyone think?

Short Knife Johnson:
 ;D Would have a negative effect on your times.   :P

I've kind of had the thought staging an unfamiliar weapon (either caplock musket, cartridge rifle or miscellaneous handgun) as a "Battlefield pick up" would be fun. 

wildman1:

--- Quote from: Short Knife Johnson on August 29, 2011, 12:53:19 AM --- ;D Would have a negative effect on your times.   :P

I've kind of had the thought staging an unfamiliar weapon (either caplock musket, cartridge rifle or miscellaneous handgun) as a "Battlefield pick up" would be fun. 



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NOOO he said the "T" word. WM

litl rooster:
so how do you handle a no fire, with an in experianced ML shooter?  I am not trying to be a nay sayer. I have thought using one to start the stage or as a bonus would be fun. With no penalty to the shooter for a dry fire a miss fire or even a miss.

wildman1:
That shooter would no longer be inexperienced Roo. WM

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