Finally Shot my Muzzleloader

Truduct

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Got out and shot my new muzzleloader with @BBH. For my first time shooting a ML it was actually much easier than I thought. The CVA Accura, globe sites, 100g Pyrodex pellets, and 250g Barnes should be a pretty deadly set up for my M6 tag this fall.
Check out the slow mo video of me shooting off the Tricer GTP-RS legs. Prone to standing I love these legs!

 
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Wildgame

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That looks like a sweet rifle. It seems to pack a punch. But I don't know anything about MLs.
 
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HATCHET1

"yes,it killed the hound..ferocious bitch she was"
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Good stuff dude..they work extremley well..big holes..the kids have all shot deer with the CVA.
100gr of white hot pellets..same ballistic tip 250 barnes...love those M tags...have a few booked this season..gotta thin some old bats out that are laying around sucking up oxygen and doing nothing but eating..Kapoow!!
 

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I want to try the White Hot Pellets. The Pyrodex was crazy dirty. Even after one shot it was tough to get another bullet down the barrel. We cleaned every other shot.
Pyrodex burns really dirty. It has cost me shots while hunting and also makes it hard to clean. Very corrosive in my opinion.
 
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