Henry Nock was a highly respected and very talented British gunsmith, who manufactured a wide variety of arms including military muskets for the British Army. He is probably best known on the internet for his 7-barreled volley gun (which fires all seven charges simultaneously), intended for naval ship boarding operations. This particular gun resembled that volley gun design, but is actually a self-priming flintlock pepperbox. Its cluster of 6 barrels is manually rotated, allowing the used to fire six separate shots before needing to reload. The priming mechanism and lock bear a remarkable similarity to the Collier repeating flintlocks, and it is suspected that this system was developed by Artemis Wheeler of the United States.
If you’re lucky enough to have a friend in France like David, then you just might be able to get your hands on the Balle Flèche Sauvestre shotgun slugs. Designed for use in choked or unchoked, smooth bore or rifled, these slugs are meant to do it all. TAOFLEDERMAUS was able to get his hands […]
RC MILITARY AIRBUS A400M Huge Scale Modell Airplane by Hannes.H Parachut Jumper out the A400M, let’s fly.!! enjoy…from Switzerland RCHELIJET
New Lithgow F90 Atrax Bullpup In this video we take a first look at the new Lithgow Arms F90 Atrax bullpup rifle that will be hitting the US market in early 2017. This rifle is based on the proven Steyr AUG with several improvements making it a very viable contender in the modern bullpup market. […]