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H&R muzzleloader

Hi all, I am thinking of getting the New England Firearms - "Huntsman", and would like to know if you have any opinions about it. This is my first ML. Thanks - Gordy.

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H&R muzzleloader

Sorry, but i don't know a thing about it. I have a Hawken and I just purchased a TC Omega... Unbelieveable!

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H&R muzzleloader

One more question I have is does it make a difference if you shoot lefty? - Thanks - Gordy.

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It shouldn't. My wife's uncle shoots lefty with his...

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Location: Tonawanda NY
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H&R muzzleloader

Gordy, I have a T/C Encore I'm a lefty. My brother has an Omega. Both of these guns are ambidextrous by design. I really like my Encore fit and feel is great. Superb accuracy,and the ability to add different barrels to the Encore was the big selling point.

Honestly if I were looking for a muzzleloader and didn't care about interchanging barrels . Without a doubt it would be a T/C Omega 50 cal.

[ This Message was edited by: str8shooter48 on 2003-12-26 18:38 ]

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