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Discussion in 'Muzzleloader Hunting' started by ENCORE, Apr 21, 2014.
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Nice! The only thing I dont like is that ONE black ramrod guide and ring. Why couldnt they just make that stainless too. I might just have to take that off and use a range rod, or carry a 3 piece in my vest.
Wow Squeeze, you are picky! I might paint mine camo.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmG2p2am6F0]Remington Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader - YouTube[/ame]
2400fps w/ 200 grs of powder, I'm getting 2700fps w/ 70gr and a 25" barrel
AND............ you're shooting smokeless, and that's ok if you can hunt with it in your specific state, otherwise you're just punching paper. However, for a TON of "smokers", this rifle will fit perfectly in the states where smokeless isn't allowed.
Does the girl come with it? I'll take two please!
Nice gun......but I prefer mine with locks on the side !
Match light or the new modern flint
Flint or percussion....and with big holes in the tubes
Big holes in the Game is what I like !
Anything big enough leaves a nice big tunnel through the animal , I prefer from .54 and up.
Or good bullet performance that will make a bigger than a .54 projectile would make and do it further away. yea, I used a .54 for years, worked well but since this is a thread about 1 possible long range option, I am anxious to see more info on that subject.
Its NOT going to be a rifle for every shooter. There's more involved than your "normal" in-line rifle. It will however be a long range shooter and accurate. It will have the Lothar Walter barrel, just not the match grade barrel. It will be built on the Rem 700 short action and come with the XMark Pro trigger. Although it will be capable of 4-50gr pellets, it will most likely shoot better with 3 - T7M pellets.