What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

lonlon
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby lonlon » Sun Mar 29, 2009 3:49 pm

Hard to beat the T/C Pro Hunter with a Nikon scope, my T/C Renegade has been nice to me also.

rookiehunter
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby rookiehunter » Tue Mar 31, 2009 11:37 am

 I have a Traditions Pursuit LT muzzleloader and it is deadly accurate and with a price range of only $300 with the scope.  I would love to buy the T/C Prohunter as long as I could get the other barrels such as the shotgun barrel, the rifle barrel, but you can't get the barrels in Canada.  Why?  I don't have a clue.  You can buy the Prohunter but not the interchangeable barrels for it!  Go figure!

singleshot
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby singleshot » Mon May 11, 2009 6:03 am

TC Triumph   Traditions Yukon

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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby schlupis » Tue Jun 30, 2009 10:29 am

I shoot a Traditions Tracker 209 all black synthetic.. The thing is just a stripped down black old war club but the thing is a tack driver and I love it.

bowbrown
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby bowbrown » Wed Jul 01, 2009 2:50 am

Charles Daly .50 cal.
NEF huntsman .50 cal.

wingbone
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby wingbone » Wed Jul 08, 2009 10:44 am

I used a Thompson Center, Hawkins, 50 cal., flintlock for years. Lost it in a house fire.

I now shoot a Knight Vision, 50 cal., inline with green mountain barrel.

Miss the Hawkins but that Knight puts 'em where I want it every time.

TrapperJohn
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby TrapperJohn » Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:53 am

.54 Lyman Great Plains (caplock)
.58 Full stock Hawken (flintlock)
.62 NW Trade Gun (flintlock)
.50 CVA Mountain Rifle (caplock)
 
All with patched round ball and FFg blackpowder (Goex). Have killed deer with all but the .62 smoothbore. Still working on this.
 
The .54 Lyman is a real shooter for a production (traditional) ML rifle.

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spottedskunk
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby spottedskunk » Wed Aug 05, 2009 1:56 pm

TC Triumph.

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2tonyb
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby 2tonyb » Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:02 pm

.32 cal Traditions Crockett rifle...squirrels only.  My deer hunting time is pretty well consumed with archery.  I am a reborn squirrel hunter with the muzzleloading challenge.

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Hunting Ohio
 
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RE: What Kind Of Smoke Poles?

Postby Hunting Ohio » Fri Aug 14, 2009 10:04 pm

Thompson Center Encore 50. cal
250 gr shockwave
100 gr powder
"Cant get the big one if you dont pass the young ones"
Hunt safe and good luck!

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