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    In 1867 they were already known as "snap-caps" which tells you they were used in dry fire exercises. Carried over from the P 53. And by the way, nice rifle and great price, Steve H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridolpho View Post
    In 1867 they were already known as "snap-caps"
    That's right, I forgot about that...

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