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Location: IDAHO
Joined: 05/04/2007
Posts: 66
washington muzzleloaders.

I have 3 lyman GPR's and they are all extremely accurate and well made guns.On the inline side I'm a Knight man and don't feel you could go wrong with that choice.

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Location: Eatonville, Wa
Joined: 08/26/2007
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washington muzzleloaders.

I was actually thinking about the knight bighorn, not to expensive a decent product and is legal to use in washington(so my dealer says, Im still trying to get a hold of fish and game though)

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Location: Muskoka Ontario
Joined: 09/04/2007
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washington muzzleloaders.

I have a T/C "Hawken" 1/48 twist and a Lyman GPR in flint 1/60 twist They are both great shooters in fact I took two deer with the T/C last hunting seasion. The T/C Hawken will handle both conicals and patched round ball, where as the Lyman is a patched round ball shooter only.
I personaly only shoot patched round ball but to each his own.
F.K.

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Location: Muskoka Ontario
Joined: 09/04/2007
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washington muzzleloaders.

I have a T/C "Hawken" 1/48 twist and a Lyman GPR in flint 1/60 twist They are both great shooters in fact I took two deer with the T/C last hunting seasion. The T/C Hawken will handle both conicals and patched round ball, where as the Lyman is a patched round ball shooter only.
I personaly only shoot patched round ball but to each his own.
F.K.

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Location: Eatonville, Wa
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washington muzzleloaders.

I will take a look, thanks

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Location: Eatonville, Wa
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washington muzzleloaders.

so Im back to this again, Im stuck in between the knight bighorn and the tc black diamond, the only thing is that I was told today that the TC's are not legal, does anyone know anything about TCs that could help me out, if they arent no big deal the big horn is a pretty good gun.

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Location: Eatonville, Wa
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washington muzzleloaders.

I opted to go with the black diamond, I happened upon a great deal to which I couldnt walk away.

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Location: IDAHO
Joined: 05/04/2007
Posts: 66
washington muzzleloaders.

Good choice I hope you come to love muzzleloading as much as I. Thumbs up

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Joined: 05/30/2008
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washington muzzleloaders.

Over the years it has become evident to me that the TC's and the Lyman GPR's are great guns for the money. If you want an in-line the Rem 700 is a good one that should be leagal in your state. I'm not sure if they still make them but you might find a used one. I would suggest that whatever gun you buy go ahead and put Ultraborecoat from http://www.Ultracoatingsinc in the bore. It will make cleaning a snap and you won't have to clean between shots nearly as often. I tried that stuff in one gun now have it in all my guns.

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