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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Chester County, PA
That's a good point. From my perspective I think it's because when your flintlock hunting there is a tendancy to get closer to the animal and maybe be a bit more tuned into taking a shot that is at an animal that is standing still. Kind of like archery. Wait for the deer to be broadside and at a range where you know your going to score. Then again, there is the reloading difference between powder/patch/ball and just cranking in another cased round. Just a few thoughts.
Good night Chesty, wherever you are......