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Buckskinners Muzzleloading Association Ltd.
P.O. Box 4127 Champlain Place
Dieppe, NB E1A 6E8
www.geocities.com/buckskinners.web
[email protected]
Club Rep: Earl Magee
could also try:
Bud McConnell (506) 383-9062
or
Shirley Stuart (506) 576-1959

there is also a group in Brockway,

RAMRODDERS
Brockway, N.B.
Contact
Larry Thomas (506) 366-5448
or
Mike Elliott (506) 755-3429

Also check out Buckskinners Muzzleloaders Association Ltd
at http://www.buckskinners.freehosting.net/index.html
 

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Anything like this in the Saint John area?

I am looking to buy a muzzle-loader, and I would like to talk to someone with more experience than I have.

Toss up right now between a CVA, and a TC

Looking at a comparison chart, the CVA has more features, and is looking like a better buy.

I definitely want an inline, or the ability to access the breech in the field. Makes it much easier to clean!
 

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Anything like this in the Saint John area?

I am looking to buy a muzzle-loader, and I would like to talk to someone with more experience than I have.

Toss up right now between a CVA, and a TC

Looking at a comparison chart, the CVA has more features, and is looking like a better buy.

I definitely want an inline, or the ability to access the breech in the field. Makes it much easier to clean!
I am new to the inline game myself. I have been do a lot of reading myself checking on different powders, in doing so I have noticed that the cva aren't getting very good reviews. I have a T/C prohunter so my choice was easy,buy another barrel.
With that said I think if I was just going to buy an inline I would be look towards the Savage ML-II with accu-trigger. But I do love my Prohunter!
Type this in and check out the first heading. index2h.muzzleloader.htm Check out the safety section. Lots of good info on this hole section and the others.
 

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I am new to the inline game myself. I have been do a lot of reading myself checking on different powders, in doing so I have noticed that the cva aren't getting very good reviews. I have a T/C prohunter so my choice was easy,buy another barrel.
With that said I think if I was just going to buy an inline I would be look towards the Savage ML-II with accu-trigger. But I do love my Prohunter!
Type this in and check out the first heading. index2h.muzzleloader.htm Check out the safety section. Lots of good info on this hole section and the others.
Appreciate the info, I will check it out.

Link does not work, but I am assuming you were referring to www.chuckhawks.com/index2h.muzzleloader.htm

There is a huge amount of stuff there.

Edit: Ok, that was scary... Looks like Thompson it is, or Savage... wow... just .... WOW
 

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Appreciate the info, I will check it out.

Link does not work, but I am assuming you were referring to www.chuckhawks.com/index2h.muzzleloader.htm

There is a huge amount of stuff there.

Edit: Ok, that was scary... Looks like Thompson it is, or Savage... wow... just .... WOW
Check out arcinter.com they are out of Quebec. Awsome prices on muzzleloaders and ass. :
Blackhorn 209 is almost half what Cabela's is.
There prices on all hunting stuff pretty good!
 
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