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post #41 of 70 (permalink) Old 12-14-2010, 06:44 PM
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Yeah me too. If I only knew what the heck you all were talking about.
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Yeah me too. If I only knew what the heck you all were talking about.
How crappy bore butter is
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post #44 of 70 (permalink) Old 12-15-2010, 07:27 AM
 
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we're talking about BoreButter, what it's for and how it's used, I along with other responders pointed out how well it lubricates a muzzleloader for storage.
1 person (frontiergander) thinks it's crappy but he's guy who owns one of those muzzle loader Brands (CVA) that takes well over an hour to clean.
sorry frontiergander but you let yourself walk into that one..LOL

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randy wakeman and toby bridges both say its crap as well LOL.

I personally no longer oil my muzzle loader barrels. No need to now.
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You mention those two names like they're supposed to be reveered as the almightiest of MuzzleLoading shooters..
and Frankly, I think most of the wakeman reviews are one sided and not even close to being realistic,, I've seen very few that were fair, honest and balanced reviews...

I also believe it was Christopher Langan who said "Bore Butter may be one of muzzle loadings best inventions" but I may be wrong, It may have been someone else.

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I find it odd that you mention randy wakeman frontier when he thinks your cvas are the biggest piece of foreign made junk out there.according to him its only a matter of time until yours blows up in your face.
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thats why you always take things with a big grain of salt.

A lot of new guys use bore butter but once they start asking around, they learn fast that the veterans dont use it because its a crock. I did a test on it and that stuff gummed up my barrel after 2 shots and i wasnt able to put the 3rd shot down the bore.

But if you think its good and like it, use it. Thats your right!
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Im just saying im a newbie to muzzleloading but that guys reviews are so biased its obvious he endorses savage.he talks about the problems cva had in the past like they are still goin on,i dont find his stuff very informative.
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I've used Thompson Centers Bore Butter for years, with no complaints ever from me about it. I consider myself a veteran shooter/hunter...
I'm currently using Traditions Wonder lube, similar product to bore butter and still no complaints, maybe this is why I can thoroughly clean my muzzle loader in less than 15 minutes MAX compared to a CVA muzzleloader that require over an hour to clean. <- Click the link then Scroll down and Select the "muzzleloader cleaning video" to see...

frontiergander it sounds like you were using the product improperly in which case it isnt fair of you to review it based on improper usage.

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