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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-05-2010, 05:31 PM
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who else likes this just as much as deer hunting? i got 11 rabbit beagles
I gotta show this to my wife!
She complains about me having four beagles. My dogs will start getting back out next week, after the PA flintlock deer season is over.

Here's a couple of my dogs:

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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-05-2010, 06:29 PM
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I gotta show this to my wife!
She complains about me having four beagles. My dogs will start getting back out next week, after the PA flintlock deer season is over.

Here's a couple of my dogs:
muzzle loading shotguns? i'm thinking about one for turkey hunting but an inline.
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Go with a traditional muzzleloader. They're more fun & no disadvantage at all. That gun I'm holding in the pic has also been my turkey gun for many years. It has been the demise of many turkeys.....never had one get away after I squeezed the trigger.

As soon as I can afford one, I plan to get a flint smoothbore to replace that percussion gun.
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got to tell ya i do like the looks of the traditional better than the inline. looks alot like my old 54 cal tc renegade
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Both guns in the pic are T/C New Englanders.
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the new englander doesn't have a set trigger and has a simple trigger guard right? other than that its pretty much the same as the renegade?
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Yea, single trigger & trigger guard to match. The New Englanders have round barrels & the Renegades have octagonal barrels. You can get smooth bore & rifled barrels for the New Englanders too.
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something to look into. I haven't use black powder for a few years now or even a muzzle loader for a couple, I stick with the bow. last time i did use the front stuffer i used my savage ml with smokeless powder. much easier to clean. i'll look into the traditional shotgun.
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