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cbhunter

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Seeing the same thing at other stores. I would be surprised if they let that inventory take up those spaces until muzzy season. Then again, people may buy it out like hotcakes but i kind of doubt it at this point.
 

backyardtndeer

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Good to see stock hitting the shelves. Last time in Walmart here, they had very little in the hunting section, looked like they were downsizing it.
 

yesmarwh

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I looking to get a muzzle loader. I have never shot one, but I only want to have to buy one and not to have to up grade later. Any suggestions?
 

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I looking to get a muzzle loader. I have never shot one, but I only want to have to buy one and not to have to up grade later. Any suggestions?
Are you interested in a traditional or modern muzzle loader?
Many folks end up liking both.
Is it more for hunting, shooting, at long range or short range, and do you want to use a scope?
The price and features are also considerations.
A person doesn't need to spend a lot of money to have fun with muzzle loaders.
Sometime the less spent the better, but we don't know what it's for or what you might like.
Perhaps by going to a store and shouldering a few, you'll see which ones fit you the best and interest you the most.
 

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