I guess that's why they say one man's trash is another man's treasure.
I was told by the gun shop where I purchased my T/C Triumph that Blackhorn 209 was the way to for shooting my muzzleloader. I'm glad I listened. The last time I shot it, I put 14 shots through it without swabbing it at all. The accuracy wasn't being sacrificed by not swabbing either, since I was basically slightly enlarging the previous hole.
I have friends that have to take swabbing equipment with them while hunting in case they have to reload. That just doesn't make sense to me. It seems to make muzzleloading harder, or more tedious, than it has to be.
After buying Blackhorn, I went on various web sites to read reviews. The positive feedback from users who switched from other brands only solidified my belief that I made the right choice.
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