Definition funny of Musket:

urbanFrom your Hand cannon to your conical all muskets are single shot and very slow firing. They require your primer(if using a percusion cap you don't need this)gun powder put down the barrel. Then you ram with a ramming rod your projectille down the barrel A musket was first made back in the 1300s . They where first just simple metal tubes that had gunpowder, a ball, and a hole to stick a flaming piece of rope down.These where called hand cannons. The ottomans where one of the first groups to use a matchlock musket. A matchlock musket was shaped about 5 to evn six feet long . It was fired by the trigger being pulled and slaming a lit piece of rope down on a hole that gunpowder was in. Then came along the wheellock. It was fired by a piece of gyraphite slaming on a wheel inside the musket causing sparks . The next musket was a flint lock . When you pulled the trigger a piece of flint would slam on to a piece of metal . The sparks created by this would light the powder. For hundreds of years muskets wher very innaccurate and only had a maxium distance of 100m. Until rifling came into the picture. Rifling is a set of spiraled groves in the barrel. It gives the projectille a spin and makes it more accurate and go longer distances. This made there effective range skyrocket and in some muskets , the ball would hit where you aimed for 300 yards. During the revolutionary war the British standard weapon was the brownbess which was a rifled musket and some of the colonist had kentucky long-rifles. Two more major inventions came for muskets during the 1800s . The percussion cap was the main one. On a percussion cap musket there is a tube called the nipple. You place the percussion cap on ther and fired. This allowed powder to burn much better and due a way with the use of primer and reduced fowling or the barrel getting so dirty it couldn't fire. After that a french man invented something called the minne' ball or as we know the conical bullet. It was shaped as a cone like a modern bullet. alot of muskets could have this shoved down there muzzle and still fire or there was a gun called a breach loader which is not a musket could fire them. The conical made alot of guns have accuracy with the proper sights up to 1000 yards.

urbanI shot the deer with a Flint lock musket.

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Songs about Musket:

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songsCivil War Battle Distant Cannons and Musket Fire by Sound FX from the Album Sound of War (Sound Effects)

songsCivil War Musket Fire and Cannons by Sound FX from the Album Sound of War (Sound Effects)

songsCombat - Gun Musket Fire Sound Effect by Hollywood Sound Effects from the Album Hollywood Sound Effects - Volume 3

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songsGun Sound Effects Musket Ball Fire 2 by Movie Sound Effects from the Album Vol. 2 Guns and Lazers

songsGun Sound Effects Musket Fire by Movie Sound Effects from the Album Vol. 2 Guns and Lazers


Books about Musket:

booksMuskets of the Revolution and the French & Indian Wars by Bill Ahearn (Sep 1, 2005)

booksThe Musket and the Cross: The Struggle of France and England for North America, by Walter Dumaux, Edmonds (Jan 1968)

booksJohn Treegate's Musket (Living History Library) by Leonard Wibberley (Sep 30, 2007)

booksTomahawk and Musket - French and Indian Raids in the Ohio Valley 1758 by Rene Chartrand and Peter Dennis (Jan 24, 2012)

booksThe Rifle Musket in Civil War Combat: Reality and Myth (Modern War Studies) by Earl J. Hess (Sep 9, 2008)

booksThe Brown Bess; An Identification Guide and Illustrated Study of Britain's Most Famous Musket by Erik Goldstein and Stuart Mowbray (Mar 15, 2010)

booksRedcoat: The British Soldier in the Age of Horse and Musket by Richard Holmes (Oct 14, 2002)


Movies about Musket:

moviesMail Call - The Best of Season 1 2003 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 55 mins Starring: Timothy Pickles, R. Lee Ermey, et al. Directed by: Andy Papadopoulos, Bill Katz, et al.

moviesGuns of War : The evolution of firearms : 15 Episodes : Components Of Firepower , Terminal Effect , Matchlock... -


Wiki information Musket:


A musket is a muzzle-loaded, smoothbore firearm, fired from the shoulder. Muskets were designed for use by infantry. A soldier armed with a musket had the designation musketman or musketeer. The musket replaced the arquebus, and was in turn replaced...

Rifled musket

A rifled musket or rifle musket is a type of firearm made in the mid-19th century. Originally the term referred only to muskets that had been produced as a smoothbore weapon and later had their barrels rifled. The term was later extended to include...