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Anyone watching this western series on Netflix? Are the firearms period authentic? They appear so to my untrained eye. I am glad to see westerns making a comeback!


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AKmando55 wrote:Anyone watching this western series on Netflix? Are the firearms period authentic? They appear so to my untrained eye. I am glad to see westerns making a comeback!


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PS - except for the O/U shotgun depicted in the opening credits. My research indicates J. Browning introduced them in the 1930s.


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AKmando55 wrote:
AKmando55 wrote:Anyone watching this western series on Netflix? Are the firearms period authentic? They appear so to my untrained eye. I am glad to see westerns making a comeback!


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PS - except for the O/U shotgun depicted in the opening credits. My research indicates J. Browning introduced them in the 1930s.


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And, in "The Rifleman", Chuck Connors wielded a rifle that wouldn't be developed till about 20 years later!
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Wild inaccuracies in the title sequence. I don't remember any shining examples from the show itself, except for the near total lack of earlier technologies which would have been prevalent if not dominant in a setting like this.
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It is a great series, I've watched a couple of times while recovering from the flu.
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Marlene wrote:Wild inaccuracies in the title sequence. I don't remember any shining examples from the show itself, except for the near total lack of earlier technologies which would have been prevalent if not dominant in a setting like this.
Good point...


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