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Old July 16, 2013, 03:38 AM   #6
Bill Akins
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Join Date: August 28, 2007
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That's set up great. Usually I see flintlocks kinda go "Chucka--puff--boom" where there is a very slight time lag between the cock hitting the frizzen before the flashpan charge goes off then setting the main charge off. That's one reason if someone is hunting running game with a flintlock, they keep tracking the barrel on the running game even after they have functioned the trigger. They want to make sure they don't stop tracking the running game until the main charge has gone off. That one however is super speedy! Do you have any info or tips on how he got it that speedy?

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