Originally Posted by HockaLouis
I haven't but caps are kinda new fangled for me -- I am just willing to use guns that require them. And when I do I make my own with a Tap-o-Cap. 'course someone (cough-KAB-cough) was telling us inlines were OK despite their being souless modern solutions looking for a problem as well as catering to the folk who drag their dusty gun out of the corner of the closet once a year to mistake other hunters for a scrub deer. Oh, and they use 209 size shotgun primers so we should gravitate towards them. I see someone selling us a bill of goods.
Coincidence? I don't think so...
Hee hee hee , well there is some sage cap-o-tap advice at least
I think I may buy a Knight Rifle just because of you
It would never see a deer , but it would see targets .
Does that make me soul-less too , LOL ................Hee hee hee .
In-Lines are ok , people are not ok . I know thats tough for you to swallow , gulp gulp gulp , gag gag gag , puke puke puke
Here's the evolution : hand cannons , and ( in-lines ) , matchlocks , and ( in-lines ) , wheellocks , and ( in-lines ) , Flinter Hiss-Boommer, and ( in-lines ) , percussion Boomers , and In-lines . All cap and ball revolvers are in-lines ! LOL
Hard to choke down that you use percussion guns at all , now isnt it , LOL
I love hypocracy , its hillarious . Now which Knight Rifle do I want , hmmm ? I am engraving your name on it for sure in honor .