eyupp. personally though, I'm a big fan of the M2 Browning .50 cal. Not a gatling gun, but it's seen service in the Pacific, Europe, Korea, Vietnam, Pretty much everywhere ^^ now there's something to be said for that!
The original gatling gun held 40 rounds max. But because it was gravity fed, it could be loaded at any time during operation, much like a belt fed machine gun of today. Just clip on another belt before the other one is used up. All though this one seems to have a closed box magazine, which never existed with the gatling gun.
Despite how devastating these weapons were, the operators still had to stand in place. Much like a cannon crew, they were easy targets for infantryman. Also, with the gravity feed system, if the user cranked it too fast, a round would get caught between the slot and the frame binding the weapon.
Oh snap, you're right. I guess that does make sense seeing as how their uniform are old stylish. And of course Gatling gun are deadly. They were designed to have less men on the battlefield without reducing firepower. Also, all Gatling guns are hand cranked. If it was self-propelled, it would be a minigun.