My turn!

freebullet

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That classic rifle looks a bit odd with the can, but you did a great job on it. Glad you had a chance to plink!
 
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Ian

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It's goofy with the big titanium pipe on the muzzle....but it's so quiet I don't care. Plus I can take the can off and screw the brass muzzle thimble back on there and it looks classic again.

What's wrong with suppressing a flintlock? :headscratch:
 

Brad

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How does one get the patched RB thru the suppressor to load? And the fouling is gonna be a bitch.
 

fiver

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quick release, load, turn back on and shoot.
it'd only add like 10 seconds to the procedure.
 

Ian

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Use Whitworth rifling and make the suppressor part of the false muzzle for stuffing minie' (sp?) type projectiles.
 

Ian

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That would be a better way. Screw off the tube and baffle assembly and clean it in an ultrasonic cleaner after shooting.