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.....Cartridge paper.

I have a small amount, made after much research by my paper supplier, of laid cartridge paper, for shooting out of smooth bore muskets etc.

I would like to know what people's opinions on it.

It looks like no cartridge paper we draw on of course, it is suitable up to the end of the 18thC or thereabouts.

Small samples available for trial, limited. For those that buy it even if you don't shoot you will have the reassurance of decent cartridge paper to show off with at LH aspects of your events.

I do not use powder weapons but am keen to see how good it is.

PM me if you are interested.
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Thanks I have two guinea pigs.
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What are the guinea pigs for?
Perhaps they can be used to clean the muskets after test firing the cartridge paper?

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