been a archery guy exclusively, (no rifles in Ohio) but my buddies keep telling me how muzzleloaders are just like a rifle, so I am considering a cheap one.
any pros or cons that make or break the deal between the $200 Traditions Buck Stalker or the $230 CVA Wolf?? (black/blue)
any advice is much appreciated!
i got a $200 CVA wolf at dicks that came with a bushnell scope. winchester shotshell 209s. hodgen pydrodex pellets. tc shockwave sabots with yellow casings. shot so well my hole were touching, very good gun
i just recently bought a traditions buckstalker muzzleloader. and i noticed that after a shot the breach usually twists out alittle n sometimes even wedges then i bought cant break the barrel open. does anyone know,is this a normal thing or am i not doing something right?
I would go TC but I'm a TC guy & buy USA made stuff. Made by US workers. Best advice I can give get what you like. Do some research of your own if you are worried about quality & come to a conclusion of your own. Good luck
No in fact it's a shame to you can't buy a computer made in the usa or build one from us materials. Comparing cars & computers most all of that are made overseas anyways foreign or domestic to a gun is like apples to oranges. Its like clothing how much of it is made in america. In fact most everything is made overseas that's the problem & we support american companies losing most business to foreign rivals by buying the products. Buying based on price is not always a good bet. Foreign rivals keep prices low in may ways with conflicting international laws & loopholes in it. Child labor lower quality cheaper to produce materials are just a few ways. I drive a chevy & sad to say a Honda has more US content but a lower quality steel is used & uni-body chassis platforms in most cases. Not to say it is lower quality in all areas.