Bag of 25 cast conical balls for the Norwegian kammerlader and military pillar-breech rifles. Cast from pure lead with svartkrutt.net's kammerlader mould. The bullet diameter is 17.7mm (.697") and the balls weigh approx. 710 grains (46 gram).
From Musket to Metallic Cartridge is an historical introduction to the use of black powder firearms, from the primitive smooth-bore musket to breech-loading cartridge guns, as well as a primer on their practical use for today's black powder shooters.
Vakre våpen – svart krutt by Øyvind Flatnes was published in 2005. Now out of print it covered the same subjects as his latest book in English From Musket to Metallic Cartridge: A Practical History of Black Powder Firearms (2013).
These felt wads are used successfully in .44 and .45 calibre percussion revolvers and muzzle-loading pistols and rifles, as well as .45 calibre black powder cartridges, such as .45 Colt, .45–70 Gvt., .45–90 Sharps and .45–110.
Made for .50 calibre muzzle-loaders and black powder cartridges, for example, .50–70 Gvt. and .50–90 Sharps. They will also work in Swedish and Norwegian 12 mm Remington cartridges (12,7x44) and Swedish 12.17mm Model 1860 Wrede rifles.
.511" (13 mm) diameter milk carton wads for .50 calibre muzzle-loaders or black powder cartridges. Works well in Norwegian and Swedish 12mm Remington (12,7x44) rolling block rifles, as well as Swedish 12.17mm Model 1860 Wrede rifles.
Package of 100 .460" (11.7mm) milk carton wads for .45 calibre muzzle-loaders and black powder cartridges, such as .45–70 Gvt, .45–90 Sharps and .45–110. Although the diameter is a bit large they also work in .45 Colt and .45 S & W Schofield.
Skyting med gamle våpen by Øyvind Flatnes is a revised version of Vakre våpen – svart krutt from 2005. It covers the history of shooting, from the stone age bow to black powder cartridges. (Note that the release date is 20 March. Orders will ship from 21 March.)
Replica of the original safety and dry-firing device that was adopted by the Norwegian army for the kammerlader rifle in March 1849. Can be used as a safety during loading and as a nipple protector during dry practice – or as a decoration. A leather cord for securing the device to the sling swivel is included.
Replica of the original safety and dry-firing device that was used by the Norwegian army for the Model 1867 Remington rolling block rifles. Prevents damage to the hammer and firing pin when you dry fire the rifle. Made from thick leather.
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