Shooting percussion revolvers is never boring. And this is especially true for the 10 shot LeMat revolver shooting 9 .44 cal paper cartridges and a shotgun cartridge with 40 grains of powder and 15 .30 cal pellets in 5 tiers.
The Pietta repro is a well made arm, however be careful what size of round ball you use with it. The ramrod is quite fragile, so avoid heavily oversized balls like .454 or .457. I used .445 as it is good for the chambers and the bore as well.
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Well this is my channel and these are my impressions about shooting old and repro blackpowder and cartridge guns. You will find target shooting, hunting, reloading and military history related videos here starring pre 1945 firearms. Since I was a little child I knew I want to be a history teacher. In fact I graduated as one. Later I studied military sciences on university level, and now I am doing my phd in firearms history while I teach military history at the university. That’s my life, my hobby. I hope you’ll enjoy my videos as much I enjoyed making them. Greetings form Hungary, the land of good wines and beautiful women. Oh yes, and please forgive my Hunglish. 😉