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Those horses would have to be very well trained not to shy when the rifles are fired.

AIUI, that's actually ... sort of easy. Artillery horses were de-sensitised to artillery fire by keeping them around the guns firing during training at every opportunity, and I assume that cavalry horses were de-sensitised in a similar way.

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As long as the horses don't move until AFTER the rifle is fired, then the first ritter (?) to shoot should be accurate.

Should we model a ritter who's also a sitter, or just if they're afraid the horse may jitter? Standing athwart saddle and stirrup, make sure no one says "giddup".



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