I've heard good things about the T/C muzzloaders. I can remember a tv commercial a couple of years ago showing some sort of T/C muzzleloader with a bullet compensation/drop scope. It was based upon a "propriety" bullet weight/load that was very accurate with the optics system. I want to say it was their Encore model w/ a Nikon scope but I'm not sure. Can anyone help me out with this one?thats like asking what color is prettier, red blue or green.
i have a t/c renegade in 54 i've had for years never a lick of problem. i have a old cva inline that i dislike very much but i understand cva is better now. i shoot a savage inline when i do use a front stuffer. i like the savage the most because its the only ml that you can use smokeless powder in making it way faster and flatter shooting than black powder guns.
so to be more direct. my choice would be a savage but you can't really go wrong with a t/c.
welcome to the club
TC is now owned by S&W (Smith & Wesson)TC TC TC TC once you try them you'll never go back :no::wink:
BB and I have had this discussion several times in the past, and he will never admit TC products are great. I would purchase a TC product over any thing out there in a standard production ML rifle, period! Tradition and CVA started out selling very poor quality low end rifles, however, and you heard it from me, both have vastly improved their line of ML products and are of good/high quality today. I wouldn't be afraid of SW ownership, they have been around far longer than CVA or Tradition firearms combined. :boxing:
i'll hand you a cva, mine, and you tell me if its quailty. i use it to stir paint and it ain't much good for that. once bit twice shy.CVA today is nothing BUT Quality!
Take a look at the Encore problems, hinge pins, lock up springs, rough bores, bores so tight that they need lapping, and then this one goes for TC's line up right now, Barrels that are limited to one projectie by the company! Forget conicals, TC will tell you flat out that they can only shoot sabots. Its crazy when you see someone that just bought an encore style rifle from TC and are asking how to lighten its trigger pull!