1911 Colt WW1 Replica


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Demonstration of a flintlock musket, using real black powder. (Uberti replica of the Brown Bess, used extensively in the Revolutionary War by both sides. Save yourself the trouble of "Grandstanding" in the comments section. I know that it's supposedly safer to use the half-cock when loading, both the flintlock and the caplock rifles. I find most of these rifles or muskets difficult to manipulate in this way with my large hands; the cock is just in the way. On my own range with the firearm pointed down range, I sometimes violate this rule. I know it's especially important on a range with other shooters and especially at a re-enactment. -------------------- We appreciate the INCREDIBLE support we get from BUD’s and FEDERAL, as well as SDI. They enable us to do the things we do. I hope you will support the people who assist us; you know where and how to find them! Federal Premium: http://www.federalpremium.com/ https://www.facebook.com/federalpremiumammo SDI (Sonoran Desert Institute) : http://www.sdi.edu/ R4 Outdoors Phone App: http://www.r4outdoors.com/ UPCOMING “MEET & GREETS” MARCH 19TH 2:00 – 5:00 AT BUD’S IN LEXINGTON, KY. MAY 21TH AFTERNOON (EXACT TIME TO BE DETERMINED) FEDERAL BOOTH (VISTA OUTDOOR) AT NRA MEETING IN LOUISVILLE, KY ALSO, everybody, REMEMBER to bookmark and/or subscribe over on FULL30. You’ll always be able to find our videos there: https://www.full30.com/channels/hickok45

Category: Firearm Reviews Uploaded: 07/23/2009

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