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Unforgiven - Time Warp
In "Unforgiven," (a Great Movie I might add) the wh*re was cut up in 1880 and the "settling of a score" ensued.
When the posse was forming to chase William Munny (Clint Eastwood) and company, a referance was made to the fact that they couldn't get any more .30-.30 shells on credit.
The .30-.30 (John Browning's last work) was introduced in 1894 and was not available commercialy until 1895.
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nomad762 writes:
While this likely was a slipup, it's not absolutely so. You're assuming that the ".30-30" talked about is the Winchester. However, both Ballard and Wesson produced .30-30 cartridges as early as the mid-1870's. Neither cartridge had the popularity of the Winchester, but it is technically possible the characters were using them.
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