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toymachine wrote: »
Thanks, I just wasn't sure if SBR regulations applied to shoulder fired muzzleloaders. If what I've read is correct, fixed cartridge ammunition brings about the majority of regulations, whereas loose powder and projectile are relatively unregulated. For example, modern mortars with the propellent contained in the projectile fall under the destructive devices designation, while a breech loaded cannon that uses separate projectile and powder would not. An extreme example would be 16" battleship guns that use separate bags of powder behind the projectile, though the amount of propellant required may throw a wrench in that idea. Plus it's just impractical and difficult to find a place to shoot. Of course this may all be incorrect, consult an NFA savvy lawyer or the ATF before proceeding too far.
Arfcom used to have a pretty good DD forum, then most of it got relegated to the archives.
DoctorWho wrote: »
Cheaper than dirt and others have an adapter that replaces the AR15 flash hider and costs $20 !
I would buy one and use its design to make a prototype M79 golf ball launcher that uses handloaded .44 special blanks to launch the golf balls.
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