Those are some potentially accurate rifles. They do have a longer barrel, and some kind of a patented primer carrier that may not be the most conventional system, but if that's what you like then go for it.
It may be a little heavier than some once scoped, and the break action design has it's pluses and minus. But 150 yards isn't always like money in the bank with any ML'er, but doable if you're up to the task. Is there anything wrong with only shooting accurately out to 100 yards or so offhand? :D
August 6, 2006, 06:53 PM
Yes I'm looking at the new style muzzleloaders.
August 6, 2006, 07:27 PM
BTW, I have an H&R 20 gauge shotgun slug gun and it has to be one of the most accurate slug guns "on the planet" IMO. ;)
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