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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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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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