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Location: Indiana
Joined: 02/22/2005
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New age muzzleloading

I currently hunt with a savage MLII muzzleloader. After reading all of the horror stories I decided it was time to search for a new concept in smokeless muzzleloading. I believe I hace found it. The concept is a great idea to deal with the extreme pressures produced by smokeless powders. Please visit their site and let me know your thoughts on it. Just thought I would add that the conversion kits are not available yet but I am told they will be soon. Then I will post my own personal test results.

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Re: New age muzzleloading
aaronhome27 wrote:
I currently hunt with a savage MLII muzzleloader. After reading all of the horror stories I decided it was time to search for a new concept in smokeless muzzleloading. I believe I hace found it. The concept is a great idea to deal with the extreme pressures produced by smokeless powders. Please visit their site and let me know your thoughts on it. Just thought I would add that the conversion kits are not available yet but I am told they will be soon. Then I will post my own personal test results.

So is your 10-ML for sale?

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Location: Indiana
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ml-II

No, I never sell any of my guns anymore. I have found that you don't kick yourself as much if you hold on to them. I don't mean to trash talk the savage for it has been a good gun so far, I just have that feeling in the back of my mind that what if. lol

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