Re: When looking for an accurate inline....
Thanks for the responses, I'd heard that shooters have had good luck with the Savage 10ML.
The info I'm looking for is a little bit different. I'm trying to find out if there is a certain make or model inline for which a shooter has not been able to find a suitable combination of components to shoot accurately.
As an example, I have a Lyman Great Plains Hunter traditional style percussion rifle. It's a .54 with a 32" twist. I have shot T/C Maxi Ball and Maxi Hunter in several different weights with a range of powder charges, several different other brands of lead conicals in various weights, the Lee R.E.A.L. bullets in different weights, and some sabot/jacketed bullet combinations as well, and the best group I've gotten at 100 yards is 6". Even though the twist is too fast for patched round ball, I tried that too with predictably poor results at 100 yards. (Although 10 rounds will cut a single hole at 50 yards.) I found a slightly oversize mold for a hollow base conical I'm going to try next.
My question: Has a shooter out there had a similar experience with an inline?
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