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I shot a deer with my in-line muzzleloader, I found the plastic sabot on the ground. I did not see any defects in it? Should t

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  • I shot a deer with my in-line muzzleloader, I found the plastic sabot on the ground. I did not see any defects in it? Should t

    I shot a deer with my in-line muzzleloader, I found the plastic sabot on the ground. I did not see any defects in it? Should there be rifling/bore marks on it?? Do I need to change sabot size to ensure a proper seal?? Thank you Bob Boring

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      a muzzle loader will tighten as more shots are fired w/out swapping the barrel,this should help w/ your sabots

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