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#324347 - 08/02/07 05:45 PM CVA Electra....Good or Bad?
bonekelektr
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I'm just wondering how people feel about electronic ignition??I think it will be a nitemare..The more components you have the more chances for failure..It wouldnt be like picken out a bad primer..Plus I think it just takes away from what muzzleloading is supposed to be about..How can something with electronic anything fall under primitive..Just think how the antis will twist this around..I think technology is good when products are developed to insure quick humane kills, but I guess now people just want it to be easy, with human error out of the equation..I kinda rambled and cant type fast enuff to really say what I think but if this is successful[I doubt] it will set a sad standard for whats to come..JMO
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#324498 - 08/02/07 07:37 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: ]
bonekelektr
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I agree..I'm not 100% traditional myself but I still think its gimmicky...
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#324858 - 08/02/07 10:33 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: bonekelektr]
big 8's in Weakley county
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they are illegal in tn
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#325270 - 08/03/07 08:29 AM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: big 8's in Weakley county]
CHRIS WILSON
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I remember that Remington tried something similar several years back with their centerfire line and it never really took off. I believe it'll be a short lived venture.
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#328360 - 08/05/07 09:44 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: ]
big 8's in Weakley county
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ask infoman he will tell you lol
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#328436 - 08/05/07 10:30 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: big 8's in Weakley county]
.444 Marlin
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Electronic Muzzleloaders are about as useful as CL's wee wee now that he had his nards removed
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#328478 - 08/05/07 11:07 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: .444 Marlin]
spctbone
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From Page # 21 of the new regulations book. Check out #3. A Electra would be Illegal!

LEGAL EQUIPMENT
DEER, BEAR, BOAR AND FERAL HOG
HUNTING
1. Shotguns using ammunition loaded
with single solid ball or rifled slugs.
No restriction on number of rounds in
magazine.
2. Rifles using any center-fire ammunition,
in all counties except where regulated by
legislative acts.
3. Muzzle-loading percussion cap or
flintlock rifles, handguns or shotguns
of .40 caliber (.40-inches) minimum.
These muzzle-loading firearms are legal
during any gun season or hunt unless
otherwise specified. Muzzleloading
firearms are defined as those firearms
which are incapable of being loaded
from the breech.
4. Longbows, compound bows, crossbows
and other bows drawn or held by a mechanical
device.
5. Hunting arrows and bolts shall be of a
barbless design and shall have sharpened
blades.
6. Handguns using any single shot center
fire ammunition and having a barrel
length of four inches or more, in all
counties except where regulated by
legislative acts.
7. Weapons may be equipped with sighting
devices except those devices utilizing an
artificial light capable of locating wildlife.
Night vision scopes are illegal.
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#328551 - 08/06/07 06:15 AM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: spctbone]
mike243
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i dont think there any worse than any inline rifle & it states in plain english the definition of a muzzle loader "Muzzleloading
firearms are defined as those firearms
which are incapable of being loaded
from the breech" not as to type of ignition so i think they are legal,mike243
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#328741 - 08/06/07 09:24 AM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: mike243]
spctbone
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But it defines them more with this statement:

Muzzle-loading percussion cap or
flintlock rifles, handguns or shotguns
of .40 caliber (.40-inches) minimum.
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#329172 - 08/06/07 02:50 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: ]
CHRIS WILSON
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I believe one could make the argument that a 209 primer is a form of percussion cap, but there is no way to argue that point with the electra.
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