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2012-7-26-phoenix-breeches

Guess what these cylindars are made for.
Update: They are Phoenix Rotating breeches.

Close up shot of a later style phoenix breech.
Notice the ridge milling inside to prevent rollouts.

2012-7-29-phoenix-breech

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