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Old 12-02-2012, 12:26 AM
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I have found this site very helpful & like it very much I fully intend on registering as a member. Many members I know on here have advised me to do so they feel my extensive knowledge of inline muzzleloading would contribute greatly to the new comers of the sport on the forums.

I do not know everything about inlines. I learn something new everyday & take much pride in not knowing it all only a fool would believe that they know it all. The ability to learn new things is why mankind continues to progress today & that's a fact jack.

Note Jack is not a real person just a figure of speech. So please do not take this as a personal attack on your own character. This is intended for anyone out there that may be sensitive to such strong language.
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:52 AM
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Ok Guys Account created I hope this info was helpful to the original poster I have nothing more to say on this subject. Good Luck with your search for knowledge I know you will very much enjoy muzzleloading. Happy hunting
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:49 AM
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Is that a attack on a non member? Why would a moderator remove me because I have a differing opinion then yours ? No one likes a dictator. I like a good debate with cold hard facts if you can provide a civilized debate with factual information & sway my Opinion I would gladly admit I'm wrong.

P.S. I have made many friends here many that are fans of tc knight & other reputable inline muzzleloader manufacturers. I think I stated in my last post I was not here to cause trouble. I do however have freedom like the rest of us to my own opinion. If that causes CVA trouble well hey what can I say but how it would cause you trouble I'm at a bit of a loss to answer that question. Your videos on youtube I do not like them just my opinion. You posted them online so you should of expected some criticism & differing opinions. They are public record after all. I just can't see loading a non inline cva hawken 50 cal with bh209 safe it tells you not to right on bh209 website under FAQ I think it is reckless & unsafe. I would not take advice from a person that would do such reckless & unsafe things again just my opinion that's sound advice you can bank on. here is the video I'm talking about CVA Hawken .50 Shooting Blackhorn209 - YouTube It may of withstood what you did with it but I would not repeat it the powder manufacturer puts this info out there for a reason. For inline type sealed ignition 209 guns only or BP cartridge. Just another fun fact for tc guys out there The Thompson Center Omega 50 cal was the test gun used for Blackhorn 209 powder.
My test with the cva hawken and BH209 was given the thumbs up prior to me shooting and making the video. BH209 creates less pressure than T7 and Western powders had no problems at all with the test since the booster charge was so small.

I have shot a good 30-35 LBS of BH209 and have been muzzleloading since i was 14 years old. From what i have seen, it looks to me as if you are just starting out at muzzle loading. Nothing wrong with that, but sometimes what you type can lead to trouble, especially when you falsely accuse someone of working for a company. I've owned well over 40 muzzleloaders since i was 14, CVA's do the job the best for me and over the years ive put together a book of knowledge in my head that i share when someone is in need. I have even designed the cure for the powerbelts blowing up.... Of course getting anyone to listen or make the change is an incredibly hard feat to do when you are just a little guy in the muzzleloading world. After all, those high paid engineers know best, right?
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:54 PM
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That's good I would try to get the gun to blowup then file suit maybe give randy a call he could help you with this. Sounds bullet proof to me they said it was ok the label the original engineers posted warnings on against this what do they know. You record the call or get that in writing that you got the thumbs up your soon on ur way to being a rich handicapped man.


P.S. That's amazing how did you know I was new to muzzleloading is it the way I clean the gun or put the patch b4 powder or another new to muzzleloading mistake commonly made wow. Did you use ESP on me that's amazing you got all that information from one of my videos. You have all that in your head wow. Can you contact my lost loved ones ??? that would be cool You pioneered the method to stop bullets from blowing up Did you use telepathy Wow
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Old 12-02-2012, 09:30 PM
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We have stated, in past posts, that experiments by any individual will not be an endorsement, by DHC, for anyone to duplicate nor should they. We advocate following the labels and merchandise manuals for proper operation and use. I do not mind and occasionally I contribute to a good exercise in debate. I do not appreciate personal attacks and will step in whenever the need arises to. Proper debate and field results are appropriate here and welcome. Enough said! HM
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:11 PM
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Why is it that on just about every site im a member of there have to be people that want to have a pissing match? No matter what someone always thinks your crap, your stuff is crap, something..... Its stupid. This thread is a candidate. I posted in another about if i hunted deer with a .223 i would take headshots. All of a sudden im made out like i put screen doors on submarines. Why do yall thrive on butt pirating what other people comment. Its childish
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Old 12-03-2012, 12:01 AM
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Jay, thats due to the average joes that know it all when they get their first muzzle loader. I've helped thousands of people either by phone, forum, email and to have some one come in here and tell you that you dont know what you are doing because they've done their own research, well that just rubs you the wrong way.

All you have to do it just watch some videos by those kind who think they know what they are doing and the picture is pretty clear. Especially when they refer to something as a "Thingy"on as muzzleloader.

Midwest, Last year I put just a little over 5,000 shots through 3 muzzle loaders, My guess is you haven't touched that amount with .22 rounds with that Marlin of yours?

Rich? I wish, my 92 isuzu rodeo is gettin a little beat up these days, but i love that thing to death! You don't have to be a Rich man to shoot a CVA or any other gun thats on todays market.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:44 AM
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I am now interested in the new challenge of hunting with a MuzzleLoader.
If you're looking for a challenge don't buy into this modern in-line stuff...get a flintlock.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:58 AM
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We have stated, in past posts, that experiments by any individual will not be an endorsement, by DHC, for anyone to duplicate nor should they. We advocate following the labels and merchandise manuals for proper operation and use. I do not mind and occasionally I contribute to a good exercise in debate. I do not appreciate personal attacks and will step in whenever the need arises to. Proper debate and field results are appropriate here and welcome. Enough said! HM
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