Muzzleloader Help

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RE: Muzzleloader Help

Postby dewey » Wed Dec 08, 2010 4:39 pm


ORIGINAL: fr0sty

One note, the barrel is kind of tight.  Some sabots load easier in it than others.

One way to help eliminate that is before you load your round in cover the sides of the bullet with bore butter and it will help it slide down the barrel.  I have had to do this before with my CVA Apollo when using powerbelt bullets and it worked like a charm.

Good idea Bryan78 I have the same problem with my Traditions II XLT and sabots. Is there any certain kind or is it sold virtually everywhere, ie Cabelas or Gander Mountain?

Thanks for the tip.

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