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12-Shot Flintlock Jennings Repeating Rifle (15 pics)

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The 12-shot repeating rifle was built by Isaac Jennings in 1821. It was able to shot 12 bullets one after another.

1 12-Shot Flintlock Jennings Repeating Rifle (15 pics)


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№1 Author: miscellaneous (4 Sep 2012 02:08) Total user comments: 4179


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I do not understand how this could possibly work ... no source link as usual
It's always the things I really, really wanna know more about that there is
no source link.

edit: found this on a blog

http://www.muzzleloadingforum.

com/fusionbb/showtopic.php?tid

/197939/

it talks a bit about the rifle above , it's an Ellis-Jennings 10 shot rifle
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (4 Sep 2012 06:50) Total user comments: 5518


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Of course, Issac Jennings figured out how it wouldn't jam full of blood and grit in battle.
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№3 Author: ottovp (4 Sep 2012 13:37) Total user comments: 552


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what a shit rifle
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№4 Author: symon (4 Sep 2012 15:54) Total user comments: 232


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I wonder why it didnt catch on ? .. er cos it didnt work ?
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№5 Author: candysack (4 Sep 2012 17:02) Total user comments: 1436


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interesting but i wouldnt be around when it backfires and every bullet blows into your face one after the other.
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№6 Author: mahedi (4 Sep 2012 17:03) Total user comments: 10772


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I love these antique things
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№7 Author: johnny Reynoso (4 Sep 2012 19:14) Total user comments: 3712


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15 ....?h
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№8 Author: Lu (4 Sep 2012 21:46) Total user comments: 15082


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Talking about weapons of mass destruction, hah! If that piece of scrap iron worked, history would've been full with it, but there is nothing. These days we call it a scam.
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№9 Author: capt.huffnpuff (4 Sep 2012 23:29) Total user comments: 2801


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Lu, using today's vocabulary, in 1821 many would have called it innovative and a prototype. Even in retrospect we can see it as both. Like many prototypes it did not catch on. How is that a scam?
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№10 Author: adzhoe (1 Dec 2012 01:57) Total user comments: 14959


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yeah seems like a prototype . perhaps never fired
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№11 Author: DennisW (2 Feb 2013 22:20) Total user comments: 28


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Seems to me like the idea was adopted by the Metal Storm concept. Look it up on Google or on their site: www.metalstorm.com
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