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Civil War Cannons - Parrott 100 Pdr

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    `Sticky Worm` Explained


This small cannon implement that Mike has in hand is something every shooter should have. To make one you simply stick an eight inch piece of duct tape to the opposite end of a standard wet sponge and twist it so the sticky side is out as you wrap it over and around the end of your wooden dowel, and, as you reach the end of the tape, you twist again and stick the remaining inch or two to the dowel below your ball of tape. To use it you thumb the vent and then simply push the sticky sponge down the bore, applying firm pressure when you reach the bottom. We found that this type of worm removes all vestiges of the aluminum foil powder charge container left in the bore after each shot is fired.

 


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