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british M1842 lancer pistol cal.65

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by flibuste, Mar 13, 2011.

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  1. flibuste

    flibuste Member

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    Some follow-up on previous testing :


    http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=472999&highlight=lancer


    Now, shooting duelist at 25meters :

    40grs BP, 100grs cornmeal and wet patched 650 ball.



    This time I did not encounter difficulties with irregular loading : the pressure on the ram was regular all along the session; maybe because of better selection of patch (still trouser denim but selecting regular thickness : previously I used whenever part of the trouser and knee were thinner than elsewhere !!) or because of more cormeal ? still mysterious.....


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    This is a Sikligar product made in Udaipur, India.

    A lot of fun to shoot........ and all balls punched the paper (maybe less one) : not ridiculous for a bigbore smoothbore pistol !!
     
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  2. black_powder_Rob

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    Very nice, I really like your wood. :eek:wait, well you know what I mean. Nice shooting.
     
  3. BHP FAN

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    I have always admired the swiveling ramrod designs for sea service and cavalry that the Brits came up with.Clever, and practical.
     
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