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View Poll Results: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?
YES 931 56.15%
NO 727 43.85%
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Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

 
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:42 PM
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

I just do not like the way those 2 twist every thing around to thier faver. All it does is mess it up to where you do not know what is what. I trust Edge and the rest of the guys on Doug for real info you can use and be safe that it is right. Those 2 I think have coverd up way to much. For one how can you blow up a gun with a book load but yet say you have fired other wild loads in the same gun. I shoot a heavyer load in my 10ML-ll 50cal. If you read a lot of thier stuff they change the facts from one place to another. I just do not want to get going all they did was give smokeless a bad name. Done.
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Old 07-26-2012, 08:28 PM
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Location: central Louisiana....but from Montana orig.
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

.58 cal. Zuoave musket:d
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:46 AM
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

Anyone know where I can buy a Savage ML. The original one.
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Old 07-27-2012, 09:17 AM
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

Do you want the first ones without the accutrigger? The 10ML-l or do you want the 10ML-ll with the accutrigger? They both come up for sale on Doug's Message Boards - Home
They are still making the 10ML-ll you can check any gun shop or online gun sales. You can get them for around $650 or so new in the box. I have one and really like it I can see the bullet hit the target. No smoke cloud to look around to see if you hit anything. And I have not cleaned my barrel in 3 years no need to. I clean the breech plug and that is it.
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Old 07-27-2012, 07:32 PM
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

I want the original with out the Accutrigger if possible. My friend has one and he uses "white hot" which doesn't stink and burns clean. It's a tackdriver. I want the older one because I like the style of that trigger, it seems better if you are wearing gloves. Doug's huh? Tell me which one you own, is it cold and snowy where you hunt?
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:35 PM
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

I live in Iowa and we do get cold and snow here I have the 10ML-ll with the accutrigger. I use the glove with the finger tips. I shoot IMR4198 powder in mine with a 300gr Remington bullet in a Harvester Black crushed ribbed sabot. I light it off with a Winchester 209 shotgun primer. I have not cleaned my barrel in 3 years I only clean the breech plug. It shoots the same each time I use it so my scope hold zero. I have a leupold Ultimate Slam 3-9x40 on mine.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:15 PM
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Re: Do You Hunt With A Muzzleloader?

I'd really like to buy a savage ml. Which of the 2 is better and why anybody? Thanks
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