20 July 2020

Rapid Dry Fire

Now that I have some .30-40 snap caps I'm entertaining myself with some rapid "fire" drills with the Krag.

I'm trying to get a feel for doing single fire until the order to change to the magazine comes and then being forced back to single fire.

If there's a lull in the action, one could replenish the magazine, put the cut-off back on and keep single firing until a rapid run is needed.

I have to say, the butter-like smoothness is WONDERFUL.

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