"K"....as in who cares ......an an a hole is an a hole....regardless of their handle.
I'm taking tomorrow.LOL...Ill take the 3 week slot (Hey, I'm an optimist)
Well, not sure to be honest where you can get supplies. Have you tried Woody's in Sussex, or perhaps GreenDiamond in Moncton, Ross in Mcadam too?I can't believe how badly this got off topic.
I was just looking for a few shop recomendations with regards to who carries muzzle loaders I didn't really want the NBH soap opera to spill over into it.
This is almost enough to put someone off getting into muzzle loading.
Hours cleaning??I have thought about getting into muzzle loaders too, but I am only interested in the inline, because they are easier to clean, and I am interested in target shooting, not spending hours cleaning.
Caplocks are just as reliable if maintained properly.Flintlocks a wee bit less in really nasty weather(gotta keep yer powder dry),but for range plinking both will fire reliably with clean nipple or flash channel as the case may be.Inline makes a lot os sense to me, easy to clean, reliable ignition, faster twist barrels so should shoot a wider variety projectiles which means lots of fun at the range!!!
LeBarons offers the Lyman line at about the best prices in Canada, which in my opinion exceeds the quality of the newer TCs at a fraction of the cost. The Great Plains is very popular and has that authentic look. I own a Trade rifle and like it alot. I also own an older TC Hawken. Honestly they are pretty much about the same quality, the main difference is the price....$350 for the Lyman....$900 for the TC.I'm interested in getting a muzzle loader I have no idea what I want so a place I can handle a few would be great to help me make up my mind. I'm curious as to what dealers carry muzzle loaders and supplies in southern NB?