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which muzzeloader to buy?

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Unread 04-21-2009, 07:17 PM
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Re: which muzzeloader to buy?

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try this one.
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    Re: which muzzeloader to buy?

    Now that I've figured out the details on posting a pic, let me tell ya about my toy.
    T/C Encore 209x50. Leupold VXIII, 4.5x14x40, Side Focus, 30mm Tube. Varminter Reticle <a href="http://s286.photobucket.com/albums/ll117/HAWKEYE50/?action=view&current=VarmintRetical.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll117/HAWKEYE50/VarmintRetical.jpg" border="0" alt="Leupold VXIII Varminter Reticle"></a>
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    <a href="http://s286.photobucket.com/albums/ll117/HAWKEYE50/SHOOTING%20PICS/?action=view&current=LEUPOLDVXIII.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll117/HAWKEYE50/SHOOTING%20PICS/LEUPOLDVXIII.jpg" border="0" alt="LEUPOLD VXIII 30mm 4.5x14x40 LR SF"></a>
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    Re: which muzzeloader to buy?

    i still cant get pictures to show up but I was talking this over with some friends around the corral anf one said that his ML scared him that he has ony shot it a hand full of times and another said that he looked up some things on you tube and he will never own a ML and thats when i told them that the only thing that can be scarry with a muzzeloader (ML) is confidance in what your doing and that if it kicked or scairs you then learn about it and use it i love mine and the more that i shoot it the more i want to shoot it plus i found a rolling block that looks cool and itd not the breach break shotgun type that my brother has and it doesnt have a bolt like the newer styles it got some brass flash that makes it purrrrty so its fun and in my op. thats what its all about.
    have a great day and keep on keepen on.
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    Re: which muzzeloader to buy?

    I found muzzleloader happiness in a Savage 10MLII, add a laminate, thumbhole stock and load with N120 and a Barnes Original in a Harvester High Pressure Sabot.

    The only problem with the above is it get danged expensive to shoot, but the accuracy is phenomenal.
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    Re: which muzzeloader to buy?

    Forester,
    exact same load I am shooting. Very accurate to 300yards. I didn't know a muzzleloader was capable of that.
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