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Muzzleloading: How To Get Started – Part 3

Cleaning Your Muzzloader By Ed Hall Ah, cleaning your muzzleloader, whether you fire one shot or a dozen, is a necessity. Even if your 777 pellet residue is not in its own highly corrosive, it will absorb moisture and hold … Continue reading

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Muzzleloading: How To Get Started – Part 2

How To Choose Powder and Bullets For Your Muzzleloader By Ed Hall There are three propellant options: real black powder, replica black powder and replica black powder formed into pellets. Real black powder is very hygroscopic; it readily absorbs moisture, … Continue reading

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Muzzleloading: How To Get Started

How to Get Started Hunting with a Muzzleloader – Part 1 By Ed Hall The New Muzzleloaders Are Easy To Master Buckskin shirts notwithstanding, hunting muzzleloaders for deer and larger game have come a long way. ¬†You can still hunt … Continue reading

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Shot Sizes for Turkey Hunting ~ by Ed Hall

Lethal Shot Sizes for Gobblers “Whatever patterns best in your shotgun!” is usually the response when a hunter asks what shot size he should use for turkeys. Most turkey hunters assume there isn’t much difference in using the standard shot … Continue reading

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