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    Check out the last part of this old update if you want to get a bit of insight about how the whizzes were created: https://warofrights.com/KickstarterUpdate14

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    Ah, already in. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoyo8346 View Post
    Kiff, you've owned the game for quite a while and attended many events. You should know that sound effect has been in the game for a long time.
    I know it's already in game. I'm saying they should tone it down a little. The clearish white lines that run past you when you are being shot out should have less of an effect. My apologies I should have stated it in the correct way.

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    so the bullet whizz is nothing but a 1p coin??? Thats awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas aagaard View Post
    I really don't think they are shooting smokeless powder. Doing so in a blackpowder firearms is dangerous and Iam pretty sure against their rules.
    When black powder is ignited there is a big puff of smoke. when you watch them shoot their guns you won't see any. that means they are ether using a very very under powered load or they are using a different type of match grade rifle.

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    Are you talking about in this video, posted earlier in the thread?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OUdG05gja0
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoberton View Post
    Are you talking about in this video, posted earlier in the thread?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OUdG05gja0
    Yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macliness View Post
    Yep

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    I'm not sure how much blackpowder you've shot, but that is pretty much what it looks like, granted there was a lot of wind so that blows a lot of it away. You may be partially correct in them using a lower grain amount. But I've seen more, and I've seen less. That isn't smokeless powder, it's blackpowder.

    This video may be a little better, but somewhat closeup. Got to about the 3:30 mark:

    Last edited by Lance Rawlings; 01-12-2017 at 02:35 AM.
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    Yeah, that's exactly what full power military loads look like, given the weather conditions.
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