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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-01-2011, 12:27 PM
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buy what you want, much better rifles out there in the same price range.

Do the LT's use the plastic trigger frame like the new vortex?
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post #12 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-01-2011, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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FG if it was for me I would buy a TC product. Son-in-law isn't a hunter but wants to start. I see no sense buying big $ stuff if he doesn't stay in it! You know me I don't consider CVA products an upgrade, just in case you were going to suggest them.
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$250 TC Impact ;)
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Is that a package price or just gun, then add scope, rings, tax?? I'm hoping for 250.00 out the door complete package brand new rig, for son-in-law. I'm not into Traditions per say, just thought it looked like a potential good purchase for the right price for the right person. My bidding is nearing an end point as another bidder is still going strong.

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always have to wait until the last 2 minutes and then put your TOP bid.
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$250 TC Impact ;)
FG recommended a TC???

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As long as hes shooting sabots!

But yeah, i'd easily recommend the TC Over a traditions when the prices are close. Personally you'd probably get a junk scope and rings on the traditions so there you just went and spent the $$ on something that didnt work out. LOL
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will do, I got sniped a couple of times I think from one of these programs. Thought I'd won but in like last 10 sec lost it.
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But yeah, i'd easily recommend the TC Over a traditions when the prices are close. Personally you'd probably get a junk scope and rings on the traditions so there you just went and spent the $$ on something that didnt work out. LOL
This is an opinion from a guy who boasts and brags heavily about CVA muzzleloaders.
frontiergander, If you'd choose a TC so quickly over a Traditions then why are you so supportive of CVA muzzleloaders?

frontiergander, let me ask you a very serious question and please don't take this question as a personal insult or anything, I'm just real curious as to why you support cva muzzleloaders so strongly.
Here goes the big question,

If cva muzzleloaders are (as you say), such good shooting weapons, then WHY do you always have so many posts with instructions on how you have to tamper with each one you shoot in order to obtain good accuracy?

and I don't mean instructions for minor trigger pull adjustments, you've made posts about drilling out breech plugs and all sorts of other dangerous practices. whats up with that?

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