Professional American, guarding our constitution.
Then again, them boys were still fighting standing in a line with them things so I guess you were bound to hit something.For speed loading, we always carried a couple loaded cylinders. Still not as effective as a mag swap, but better. I guess had we lived back then, we would be wondering how anybody ever fought with single shot pistols, and thankful we had six!
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Gettysburg is a couple hour drive from here and the museums there are amazing. "Operating" tables with layers of blood stains from zero anesthesia amputations, guns guns guns, maps, and all other historia. One of the neatest exhibits there is in the one armory museum they have an entire room dedicated to mid-flight collided projectiles - bullets and a few cannonballs that actually collided mid air, there were that many flying. If there can be an entire room of FOUND ones, imagine how many are still a few inches under all those fields.
If you have another to use as a sample for the micrometer, there you go.
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