Production was highly limited and may have been as few as just two guns, one a crude prototype made of iron, the other a finished weapon made from brass.
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A rate of 9 rounds per minute compared favourably to musketeers of the period, who could be expected to fire between 2 and 5 rounds per minute depending on the quality of the troops, with experienced troops expected to reliably manage 3 rounds a minute under fair conditions; it was however inferior in fire rate to earlier repeating weapons such as the Kalthoff repeater which fired up to six times faster.
The Puckle gun drew few investors and never achieved mass production or sales to the British armed forces.
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I added a MSD Ignition unit to help control detonation under boost.