Join Date: Jun 2013
We all are shocked by the loss of our dear friend Michael, the knowledge he provided was always of high quality and insight.
I think you have mixed up his explanation on post 1 and 22. Post one depicts a tillered handgun with multiple touch holes and thus the need for igniting every single shot seperatly.
Post 22 depicts a tillered handgun where there is no touch hole. The shots are fired by igniting the first load on top which travels trough the pieces of clodshot (lead bar shot) and thus firing in rapid succesion all of the inserted pieces.
I hope this explains Michael his posts a bit more.