McWhorter 50 Cal Extreme Longe Range Muzzleloader

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  1. sbruni

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    McWhorter 50 Cal Extreme Longe Range Muzzleloader on Blueprinted Rem 700 Action, helically fluted bolt, drilled handle, sako type extractor, pinned recoil lug,. Krieger Matchgrade #7 Fluted SS barrel 25" plus Custom muzzlebrake.McMillan Varmint Edge stock - pillar bedded and custom painted in Shadowgrass camo, Jewell Trigger, BDL bottom metal, Matt black Cerakote (baked on not air dry) on all metal surfaces. Talley mounts, This Muzzleloader uses 200 Grains Black powder (pyrodex pellets) powered by McWhorter’s proprietary brass primer cartridge holding a 215 mag primer and is Guaranteed to shoot MOA to 400 yards. includes 3 brass primer holding cartridges, depriming tool, etc. Shoots 275 Grain Parker Bullets and sabots at 2400 fps! Muzzleloader weighs 8 lbs 11 oz. Has only been hunted 3 days in Illinois. This is a $4300 build. $3675 plus shipping to your FFL
     

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    It includes the scope as well? Why must it go to an FFL? Black powders are exempt from the need for an FFL in NC, not that that will be an issue for me. Can you send me a picture of how the brass primer holder looks and works?

    Are you seeing the accuracy that is advertized?

    roger@kamlar.com

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    Scope not included but I will throw in some talley 1 piece 30mm rings. rifle is built on a remington 700 action so must go to an FFL. on the accuracy not at first but when I switched out scopes and figured out the right cleaning regimen it performed out to 200... also watch Alan Rovig of McWhorter Custom shoot a few consecutive 1.5" to 2.5" groups at 350 with the gun... will work on some pictures of the primer holder
     
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    The primer holder is solid brass with flash hole and requires a magnum primer
     

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