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  • Jordan13
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    Big O is right with that one.

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  • Cgull
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    u can find some nice CVA's at Wally world marked down 30% , not a bad deal at all. take care of the gun and it'll last a lifetime.

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  • Big O
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    I like the T/C line myself.

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  • the decoy hunter
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    I purchased a Traditions smokepole a while back very pleased with it.The camo editions are a bit more money.Usually you can save 50- 70 bucks if you forgo camo editions.I am not going to get in a discussion about which brand is better than the other- simply because it would be unfair as I have only had experience with the one purchased.I was looking at their web site about a week ago and there were six different offerings discounted(some by half price) starting at 249.00.Aside from which one to buy;black powder seasons have been a blessing for deer hunters and I enjoy hunting at different times of the autumn because of the different variables in play in the deer's ecosystem and their behavioral changes.

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  • dukerjj
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    Try CVA encore great reliable gun they are mostly online you can find them at some gun shops but just google CVA and there website should pop right up. TC is also a great but a little more expensive. CVA is reliable and a little cheaper

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  • i was woundering what the best brand muzzle loader would be for only being able to spend $300. i heard of a couple differnt bra

    i was woundering what the best brand muzzle loader would be for only being able to spend $300. i heard of a couple differnt brands, but i wanted to hear some ideas from some experienced muzzle loader hunters.

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