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#3219611 - 04/11/13 04:14 PM Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders
Rubberduck270
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With all these different threads going on about the latest smokeless builds, we need one to group them all together.

Post a pic of your smokeless rig and tell us your load info.
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#3219612 - 04/11/13 04:15 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: Rubberduck270]
Rubberduck270
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I'll start...

H&R 45-70 Ultra Hunter Conversion. Minox ZA3 3-9x40 BDC in Burris Signature Low rings. 62 grs. H4198 pushing a 200 gr. Hornady SST in a Harvester Light Blue Sabot. Federal 209A primers.
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#3219647 - 04/11/13 04:44 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: Rubberduck270]
cecil30-30
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I will mine tomorrow or saturday,I ordered a laminate stock from Luke,for my savage/pacnor..Should definatly increase the sexy factor..

Edited by cecil30-30 (04/11/13 04:44 PM)
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#3219760 - 04/11/13 06:32 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: cecil30-30]
Howa
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All of mine are Remi 700's with McGowen .45 barrels, all shoot 62 grains of H-4198, Harvester light blue sabots and Barnes 195's, or if I choose sabotless they all shoot 65 grains of H-4198 and the Parker 275 Ballistic Extremes.

This is "Black Betty", present for my 12 year old son last Christmas




This is "Envy".





This is "Ug".


Ug in the middle of this pack of SML's


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#3219765 - 04/11/13 06:38 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: Howa]
Howa
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Here's a few more that I've gotten rid of over the years

Savage .50



Savage .45 Pac-Nor


Encore Pro-Hunter .45/70 conversion
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#3219799 - 04/11/13 07:12 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: Howa]
fullstream
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I was hopin Howa would chime in....Very nice sir

Nice H&R as well rubberduck.


Edited by fullstream (04/11/13 07:12 PM)

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#3219833 - 04/11/13 07:41 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: fullstream]
fullstream
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Here is my CVA stalker 45-70 w/ nikon 4.5-14x40
shoots 195gn barnes w/ 60 gns of n120 was knurlin bullets w/ light blue harvestor but gonna try some tan mmp's 2550-2575fps


Here is my encore 45-70 w/ Nikon 4-12x40
shooting 200 sst's w/ 60 gns n120 light blue harvestor 2670-2690 fps


here is my savage 50 I just sold this week


should have #3 .45 done in a couple weeks, I am a smokelessaholic....


Edited by fullstream (04/11/13 07:46 PM)

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#3219893 - 04/11/13 08:34 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: fullstream]
TN Larry
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Encore Pro Hunter w/ TC custom shop 45/70 conversion topped w/ a Redfield Revolution. I bought the barrel from Howa around the first of the year. I shot it in Feb and currently shooting 60 grs of H4198 w/ 195 Barnes and light blue harvester sabot. I am impressed so far and can't wait to try it out on a deer.
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#3219894 - 04/11/13 08:35 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: TN Larry]
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Nice guns BTW guys! I love the looks of that H&R ultra.
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#3219958 - 04/11/13 09:48 PM Re: Lets see some Smokeless Muzzleloaders [Re: TN Larry]
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CVA Apex - plan on shooting 60gr h4198 195 Barnes and light blue harvester. Time will tell....

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