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#3072514 - 12/10/12 12:37 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: MUP]
LSUtigers
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And NO, NO and NO; leave it as is

Edited by LSUtigers (12/10/12 12:38 PM)

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#3072528 - 12/10/12 12:45 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: MUP]
Hunter 257W
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I don't see how anybody can say that allowing handguns during ML season would give a hunter an advantage over the ML.

If the singleshot rifles were allowed, I doubt it would change the number of deer taken hardly any with the caliber restrictions you speak of. Few hunters would buy a single shot rifle just to gain the small advantage over a ML for a mere 2 weeks. I most likely would, but then I'm a gun nut. For instance a NEF singleshot in 357Magnum reamed out to chamber the 357Maximum would be a great woods deer rifle. \:\)

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#3072537 - 12/10/12 12:51 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: Hunter 257W]
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no way
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#3072542 - 12/10/12 12:53 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: Hunter 257W]
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 Originally Posted By: Hunter 257W
I don't see how anybody can say that allowing handguns during ML season would give a hunter an advantage over the ML.

If the singleshot rifles were allowed, I doubt it would change the number of deer taken hardly any with the caliber restrictions you speak of. Few hunters would buy a single shot rifle just to gain the small advantage over a ML for a mere 2 weeks. I most likely would, but then I'm a gun nut. For instance a NEF singleshot in 357Magnum reamed out to chamber the 357Maximum would be a great woods deer rifle. \:\)

I'd like to see someone push a 200 gr. bullet 2700 fps out of a pistol cartridge. I'll keep my Smokeless ML and let ya'll play with pistol cartridges and 45-70s.
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#3072628 - 12/10/12 01:53 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: scn]
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It's actually not a stretch, most muzzleloaders out there are shooting 150 grains of 777, Pyrodex, or Blackhorn, smokeless powder in the case of the Savage ML-10II and with those loads and a good 250gr to 300gr sabot, you have a weapon that equals a 45/70 on steroids, is more accurate than your smooth-bore or rifled slug gun, so what's the point? I have went over this multiple times looking at numbers ballistically, and the muzzleloader has the velocity and ft-lbs advantage. Magazines have reviewed the same muzzleloader vs shotgun argument and muzzleloader came out on top the majority of the time. And as far as reload times, with these fast reload tubes you can get for muzzleloaders now, it can be done in about the same time to break open your single shot, fumble around with a new fresh shell, insert, aim and fire again. And let's not forget sabot shotgun slugs use the same 209 primers, and the same bullets that are in muzzleloader sabots
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#3072629 - 12/10/12 01:54 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: Rubberduck270]
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see this is proof, and I can confirm what he is saying as I have a Savage 10MLII also and can attest to this
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#3072634 - 12/10/12 01:56 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: Hangnail]
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It's Mississippi that has those laws, Louisiana is considering going that route
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#3072635 - 12/10/12 01:57 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: chiggerbit]
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Chiggerbit, that is your opinion, and I appreciate that, but I can tell you that I can reload a muzzleloader every bit as fast as I can my NEF partner shotgun, or my TC Contender Pistol or Rifle.
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#3072638 - 12/10/12 01:58 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: Hunter 257W]
contendershooter
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 Originally Posted By: Hunter 257W
I don't see how anybody can say that allowing handguns during ML season would give a hunter an advantage over the ML.

If the singleshot rifles were allowed, I doubt it would change the number of deer taken hardly any with the caliber restrictions you speak of. Few hunters would buy a single shot rifle just to gain the small advantage over a ML for a mere 2 weeks. I most likely would, but then I'm a gun nut. For instance a NEF singleshot in 357Magnum reamed out to chamber the 357Maximum would be a great woods deer rifle. \:\)
That is a mouth watering propsition...or a 445 Supermag from a 44 Magnum

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#3072657 - 12/10/12 02:12 PM Re: Want to change manner & means during muzzleloader [Re: contendershooter]
scn
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 Originally Posted By: contendershooter
It's actually not a stretch, most muzzleloaders out there are shooting 150 grains of 777, Pyrodex, or Blackhorn, smokeless powder in the case of the Savage ML-10II and with those loads and a good 250gr to 300gr sabot, you have a weapon that equals a 45/70 on steroids, is more accurate than your smooth-bore or rifled slug gun, so what's the point? I have went over this multiple times looking at numbers ballistically, and the muzzleloader has the velocity and ft-lbs advantage. Magazines have reviewed the same muzzleloader vs shotgun argument and muzzleloader came out on top the majority of the time. And as far as reload times, with these fast reload tubes you can get for muzzleloaders now, it can be done in about the same time to break open your single shot, fumble around with a new fresh shell, insert, aim and fire again. And let's not forget sabot shotgun slugs use the same 209 primers, and the same bullets that are in muzzleloader sabots


You are certainly entitled to your opinion. However, after using muzzleloaders and break action firearms for over 40 years, I can tell you the reloading time between the two types is not even close. In addition, the motions needed to reload a muzzleloader make getting a second shot off at a deer extremely difficult.

So, yes, there are similarities in some of the ballistics, but totally different ball games in the hunting applications.
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