1875 Snider Carbine Portuguese Contract

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In this video Eric and Kevin play with some black powder at the range with a Portuguese Snider Carbine. These were basically purpose built rifles based on the P-61 design that use a centerfire blackpowder cartridge inserted from a special breech with a much higher rate of fire than a traditional front stuffer. Stay tuned later in the video for a speed comparison of the Snider and Kevin’s P-61 Musket. Much more on the way.

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