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Old 12-14-2007, 05:57 PM
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Kinda makes the point that most times you get what you pay for. I'll stay with TC or custom with a good quality barrel. I've been around a lot of muzzleloaders over the years and have never seen one come apart with correct loads and sound safety practices utalized.
Well you have got a point there Hunting Man but sometimes you end up paying for the name and not necessarily a better item...
I remember years ago I bought a CVA muzzleloader kit, cost me a whole $69.00 dollars after I completed it, I shot that Muzzleloader hundreds of times without incident and as best as I can recall I had very few misfires with it. Was it safe? I'm sure it was, it proved itself with fairly accurate shots time and time again... But you're right with good safe shooting practices I dont think anyone will have problems no matter what brand they shoot, but that's "IF" they follow safe shooting practices...
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