Schink, I have experience with many muzzleloaders and the best buy in the marketplace in my opinion is the CVA Wolf. www.cva.com
If you can find a stainless even better. One poster here made a comment about cleaning the muzzleloader. I have used for two years now Blackhorn 209 blackpowder substitute as a propellant. This will allow you to load many shots without cleaning or swabbing the barrel. I shoot, open the action and discard the spent primer, close the action and load. That is it, no swabbing, no spit patch, no hard pushing a bullet down the barrel, no crud ring in the barrel. Add a new primer and your are ready to shoot again.
Also found that Federal 209A primers make the muzzleoader go bang everytime in any weather. It is the best we have tested and the 209A worked 100%.
Clean up is easy as well. With no charge in the barrel, open the action remove the breechplug and clean it. Clean the barrel with Hoppes or similar and dry the barrel out. A very small amountof synthetic grease(I use Tetra brand) on the beginning of the breechplug threads(but not on the end) reinstall breechplug and you are ready to go. Before loading again when you are going to start shooting, I fire off a primer to dry everything out in case grease or oil is lingering in the plug or barrel.
BTW my muzzleloaders are both the now discontinued NEF Sidekick.