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In this video Eric discusses the first “black” rifle, a Norwegian M1774/1841/51 Pillar Breech and it’s features and lineage leading up to improved designs used by the Danish- Norwegian military. These rifles are difficult to locate in the original black finish, most have beed nstripped and refinished in a natural wood coloration. Unfortunately, this particular example is not in acceptable “shootable” condition currently but hopefully that will change and we’ll be able to take this old girl out to the range and ring some steel. Stay tuned much more on the way as always.

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7 thoughts on “The First Black Rifle?

  1. Dog lock is probably a bad translation, the hammer is called “chien” in french and chien also means dog.

  2. Norwegian Kammerladers are indeed difficult to find, even here in Europe. But the Swedes created a variation of the design called the m/1851 (Marinens Kammarladdare m/1851). It was a swedish marine issue breechloader. Those are easier to find and are mechanically very similar. I’ve owned three over the years and i love those rifles. Extremely accurate with the right loads.

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